President Trump is making good on his promise to deliver jobs, jobs, jobs! Even for his haters.
CNN has hired April Ryan as a political analyst just one week after the correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks sparred with Sean Spicer at a White House press briefing.
After Spicer got annoyed that Ryan kept pushing the unsubstantiated narrative that Trump had colluded with the Russians, Ryan was interviewed multiple times by CNN and other press outlets to discuss the exchange.
Ryan — who has a history of race-baiting — took another approach this time and whined that Spicer was being sexist. Not surprisingly, playing the victim role got April plenty of sympathy from her liberal media comrades.
Reporters now realize that clashing with Spicer at his daily press briefings can raise their profile, and it has turned out well for April Ryan, who bragged about her new CNN gig on Twitter:
NEW CNN CONTRIBUTOR: APRIL RYAN named a CNN political analyst. She is the White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks
— AprilDRyan (@AprilDRyan) April 3, 2017
In March, Ryan was mocked after she claimed that President Trump can’t be a billionaire because he “only” earned $100 million in 2005.
While it would be normal for the average person to not know the difference between annual income and net worth, Ryan’s display of comical ignorance raised questions about how a White House correspondent could be so clueless.
April Ryan, a White House correspondent who, it appears, doesn't know the difference between "Net Worth" and "Yearly Income" pic.twitter.com/8ikttDJYfO
— Hardhat Patriot (@Hardhat_Patriot) March 16, 2017
"April Ryan" Does she know difference between Income and wealth/assets?
She is dumber than rock.
— Anjali Gupta (@anjaligupta90) March 28, 2017
April Ryan, who said Trump was not a billionaire because the Maddow return showed an income of $150 mil. @cspanwj
Wow, math is hard! I'm April Ryan, and I don't understand the difference between yearly income and net total assets!
— Syntax Error 🇺🇸 (@SyntaxError1871) March 15, 2017
Meanwhile, Twitters users said the race-baiting April Ryan will fit right in at CNN.
.She's the one that didn't know the difference between a year's salary & net worth. She'll fit right in with those scholars at @CNN
— Laurie (@WaltsPrincesss) April 4, 2017
— simone richardson (@seeraphina) April 4, 2017
Oh boy, the next Donna Brazille! She has a penchant for lying and race baiting. She fits right in with the CNN gang!
— Darla J Erickson (@bogiebeagle2) April 4, 2017