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CNN’s Camerota lets her bias shine! Argues President Trump would have sold Uranium to Russia

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Alisyn Camerota exposed CNN’s hatred of President Donald Trump again when she argued that he would have sold uranium to Russia.

The co-host of CNN’s “New Day” pushed back on negative facts against Hillary Clinton while presenting her speculation about Trump as a certainty.

The Trump campaign’s former senior communications adviser, Jason Miller, was interrupted by Camerota on Thursday’s “New Day” when he mentioned Clinton and the Uranium One deal.

“What we did know at the time is that Secretary Clinton had been very much involved with the Russians,” Miller began,  “as we talk about the Uranium One deal, which was very scandalous and maybe there was…”

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“We keep hearing that talking point,” Camerota jumped in. “We understand that you guys keep bringing that up.”

“So you don’t think the Uranium One deal was a big deal?” Miller asked.

“And you don’t think President Trump would have approved the Uranium One deal, the person who doesn’t want— we hear his administration doesn’t want Congress to keep sanctions on Russia?” Camerota said.

Apparently, the CNN host believed if the tables were turned, Trump would have acted no differently than Clinton who, as secretary of state at the time of the deal, approved Russia’s purchase of a controlling stake in Uranium One, a Canadian based mining company. Investors in the deal had ties to former President Bill Clinton and donated millions to the Clinton Foundation.

The president has repeatedly pointed to this and other Clinton and Obama administration dealings with Russia as the real collusion story, not the one the media has been chasing for months about the Trump campaign and Moscow’s alleged interference in the U.S. election. But the media has chosen to ignore the scandal behind the Uranium One deal as it plows ahead, with those like Camerota, focused on the evidence-less collusion theory of Trump and Russia.

Camerota did not retract her comment or clarify, just presented the untruth as if it was obvious.

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She also followed CNN’s anti-Trump playbook by not commenting on Clinton’s actions and not challenging the Democrat who joined the panel with Miller during the segment.

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Frieda Powers


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