Sarah Sanders cleaned CNN’s clock with one amazing tweet

CNN is the flagship network for Trump haters.

The networks’ anchors and reporters bend over backwards to invent negative narratives surrounding President Trump.

So when one anchor launched a racially charged attack on a Trump spokesman, Sarah Sanders shut him down with one amazing tweet.

CNN’s Chris Cuomo attacked Trump administration spokesman Raj Shah during a discussion about the fallout from the disputed account of Trump using a profanity to describe countries like Haiti.

Cuomo appeared to attack Shah’s ethnicity by calling “Raj whatever his name is.”

The Daily Caller reports:

“White House press secretary Sarah Sanders wasted no time torching a CNN host for refusing to pronounce the name of Indian-American Trump aide Raj Shah Monday morning.

CNN host Chris Cuomo referred to Raj Shah as “Raj whatever-his-name-is” during a segment condemning President Donald Trump for being racially insensitive.

“Remember … we went to the White House when it happened, and Raj whatever-his-name-is didn’t back off the words,” Cuomo said earlier Monday.”

Sarah Sanders did not let this go.

She fired off a tweet calling out Cuomo for his disrespectful comments.

Cuomo later apologized to Shah for mocking his last name, but the damage was done.

Critics did not believe Cuomo would have made such comments if the Deputy Press Secretary’s last name was Smith.

Cuomo expects to be given the benefit of the doubt and have his apology taken at face value.

This is a courtesy CNN never extends to Trump where their on-air talent lies about the President 24 hours a day.

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  1. Absolutely ecbound, a ‘tactic’ to ‘foil’ – waste time, confuse & delay accomplishment… Potus / Press Sec. Sanders handle this ‘tactic’ Well …

  2. ok & haha to pjbsxyz : ‘knock -knock’. Who’s there. Show me your ID_

    > Always KudosSH Sanders. butt don’t get caught up ‘too much’
    in the Circus…

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