Piegate: After Sarah Sanders called out by half-baked reporter, she slices & dices in just one tweet

As much as they want to hide it, the contempt that some in the media have for President Donald Trump and his administration is palpable, even on social media.

On Black Friday, American Urban Radio Networks’ White House correspondent and CNN contributor, April Ryan, insinuated that a photo of a pie shared by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was a fake.

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Ryan had no evidence that the pie was fake, and there was nothing offered to prove her claims.

“Show it to us on a table,” Ryan demanded.

“I am not trying to be funny but folks are already saying #piegate and #fakepie Show it to us on the table with folks eating it and a pic of you cooking it. I am getting the biggest laugh out of this. I am thankful for this laugh on Black Friday!” she wrote.

Sanders fired back brilliantly by telling Ryan it was her news, not the pie, that was fake and she offered to prove it.

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“Don’t worry @AprilDRyan because I’m nice I’ll bake one for you next week #RealPie #FakeNews ;-),” Sanders wrote.

But Ryan persisted.

“Okay I want to watch you bake it and put it on the table. But forgive I won’t eat it. Remember you guys don’t like the press,” she tweeted.

“Just send a photo of your pie on the Thanksgiving table on the farm!” she, again, demanded.

It’s no surprise coming from the hyper partisan Ryan who frequently shares knocks on the president and his administration on Twitter.

And Ryan is second only to CNN’s Jim Acosta at grandstanding and self-aggrandizing in the White House press briefing room.

Last month she and Sanders traded blows in the briefing room over Ryan’s insistence that the NFL national anthem protests are rooted in racism.

She even got into a heated argument with former “Apprentice” star and White House official Omarosa Manigault and had to be separated from her back in February.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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