CNN’s Anthony Bourdain, chef and ex-heroin addict, says he’d poison Trump if he could cook for him

Anthony Bourdain, host of the CNN show “Parts Unknown,” said he’d poison President Trump if asked to cater a peace summit between him and Kim Jong Un.

When asked by TMZ what he would serve at the dinner, Bourdain quipped: “Hemlock.”

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President Trump doesn’t need Anthony Bourdain to cook for him since he prefers his own Trump steaks over hoity-toity cuisine. (Photos: BPR screengrabs)

The chef than blasted North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un as a “chubby, evil little f—.”

When reached by Fox News, Bourdain — who detailed his heroin addiction in his 2000 memoir “Kitchen Confidential” — said he was joking and meant to say “kale” instead of hemlock.

This isn’t the first time Bourdain has slammed Trump. When asked in 2016 whether he’d ever dine with the president, he retorted: “Absolutely f—ing not.”

Bourdain is just one of CNN’s many ultra-liberal TV personalities who openly despise the president.

In June 2017, Reza Aslan — an Iranian-American Muslim — got fired after calling President Trump “a piece of sh*t” and “an embarrassment to humankind.”

In May, CNN fired D-list comedian Kathy Griffin for mimicking an ISIS terrorist by posing with a fake severed, bloodied head of President Trump. At first, Griffin was contrite and apologized profusely. She has since taken back her apology. “I am no longer sorry,” she said.

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This is CNN. (Photos: BizPac Review screengrabs)

It’s unclear if CNN will reprimand Anthony Bourdain over his “hemlock” comment, since they have yet to respond to it. It’s probably because the network is too busy pushing left-wing talking points and staging pro-Islam propaganda.

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Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is a politics/lifestyle writer and a financial editor at Investopedia. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at @Samantha_Chang.
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