After a disastrous week of interviews, Kellyanne Conway appears to have gone MIA.
Setting the Trump White House to song is a refreshing, sanity-saving take.
Fox News' Shepard Smith blasted the Trump administration for using alternative facts to claim the media doesn't cover terrorist attacks enough. "What they're saying is not true, again. Why bother?"
During today's press briefing Sean Spicer was asked to comment on a story in the NY Times that reported CNN refused to put Kellyanne Conway on the air. Spicer said that CNN "walked back" or "denied" the report, which they did not.
So says CNN's Brian Stelter. And when you're right, you're right.
Here we go again, down the rabbit hole of 'alternative facts'.
Under Trump, we're going to have to look up what "facts" means in the dictionary.
CNN minced no words in an on-screen graphic that accused the White House of spreading "lies" in response to Trump aide Kellyanne Conway's insistence that falsehoods were actually "alternative facts."
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