CNN’s favorite swear word gets repeated over and over and over on air

Liberals are screaming hysterically because President Trump allegedly used a vulgar word–but they have no qualms about repeating the word themselves again and again.

CNN exploded in a wave of swearing Thursday night as the outlet reacted to a Washington Post report that President Trump called Haiti and African nations “s**thole countries” during an immigration meeting with lawmakers.

The swear word was shockingly heard numerous times on-air at CNN, spoken by hosts like Chris Cuomo, Anderson Cooper, Jake Tapper, and Don Lemon.

Conservative commentator Rich Lowry appeared on CNN Thursday night. The National Review editor notably self-censored by saying “s-hole,” rather than fully speaking the vulgar term on-air.

Lowry confronted CNN personality Joan Walsh by asking her if she would rather live in Haiti or Norway.]

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In an emotional rant, Don Lemon called President Trump a “racist” and declared “I’m done being outraged.”

The Washington Post’s Josh Dawsey was the first to report that President Trump allegedly asked at the White House meeting, “Why are we having all these people from s**thole countries come here?”

On Friday morning, the president denied using the “s**thole” term, but suggested he supported the spirit of the reported remark.

In other early-morning tweets, President Trump slammed Democrats’ DACA deal proposals–including their threats to shut down the government and stop military funding if their terms are not met.

Fox News host Jesse Watters defended the president’s alleged statement, asserting ““This is how the forgotten men and women of America talk at the bar.”

Watters continued: “Is it graceful? No. Is it polite or delicate? Absolutely not. Is it a little offensive? Of course it is. But you know what? This doesn’t move the needle at all. This is who [the blunt-speaking] Trump is. And if he offends some people, fine.”

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Luis Miguel

Luis Miguel

Luis Miguel is a South Florida-based writer covering politics, society, and culture.
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