CNN and MSNBC are slammed for muting Trump’s mic to chime in with fact checkers – as Jake Tapper speaks over the former president to condemn his ‘anti-immigrant rhetoric’

Published January 23, 2024
  • CNN and MSNBC analysts again cut off Trump’s victory speech Tuesday night
  • Jake Tapper spoke over the frontrunner to slam his ‘anti-immigrant rhetoric’
  • It comes a week after the major broadcasters faced backlash for similar antics

CNN and MSNBC doubled down on their decision not to air Donald Trump’s primary victory speeches in full, again cutting away from his New Hampshire rally to offer fact checks to viewers.

As Trump boasted on Tuesday night that he had won the Granite State for a third time in a row, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow interjected with a laugh, ‘So, there we go, this is part of the issue here.’

She then corrected Trump’s false assertion that he won the state in the 2020 general election, and only in the GOP primary, at the same moment CNN’s Jake Tapper followed suit.

As he cut off Trump, Tapper said: ‘Here he is right now under my voice, you hear him repeating his anti-immigrant rhetoric.’

It comes after the prime-time broadcasts faced backlash a week ago after previously halting Trump’s Iowa caucus speech to interject with their own analysis.

The decision from the major liberal-leaning networks to interrupt Trump’s speech was met with fury online from conservatives, with many feeling it was a blatant demonstration of their dislike for the former president.

With much of the recent political speculation falling on who Trump will pick as his running mate, Tapper cited this in his analysis of Trump’s victory lap.



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It’s hitting them, and the liberal media doesn’t know what to do. Former President Donald Trump trounced former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, who vowed to fight on despite this being the contest to halt Trump’s momentum. It’s over. Either Haley doesn’t know it yet, or she’s being forced to continue this unrealistic bid for the 2024 Republican nomination by the liberal donor class.

CNN didn’t carry Trump’s victory speech in New Hampshire. MSNBC could barely get through it. If I had to guess, when Tom Homan, the former acting director of ICE, spoke about immigration, that was when they cut the cameras.

CNN didn’t carry Trump’s victory speech in New Hampshire. MSNBC could barely get through it. If I had to guess, when Tom Homan, the former acting director of ICE, spoke about immigration, that was when they cut the cameras.


The two primary liberal narratives against Trump are that he might be senile, harping on a probable teleprompter screw-up, or he’s Adolf Hitler in waiting. MSNBC is the leading manufacturing base for this inanity. The senile part is laughable, being undercut when Nancy Pelosi did her media spot and blew a fuse on live television.

It’s just an endless stream of psychoanalysis from laughably unqualified people. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, who suffered a breakdown after the Iowa Caucuses, went on to wonder about Trump’s supposed incessant lying and penchant to bend reality to his will. The folks have yet to cope with the inevitable: Donald Trump will be the 2024 Republican nominee. That alone is too close for comfort for many in the establishment press. They also, in part, know that Trump could win again.



RELATED:CNN, MSNBC cut away, fact check Trump victory speech in New Hampshire

Published January 23, 2024

CNN and MSNBC cut away from former President Trump’s speech in New Hampshire on Tuesday night after he won the state’s primary, solidifying his front-runner status in the 2024 GOP nomination.

Noting that former GOP primary candidate Vivek Ramaswamy served as “somewhat of a hype man” for Trump during his speech, CNN anchor Jake Tapper said he hadn’t “seen anything like that since Bundini Brown,” making a reference to the famous trainer and ally of boxer Muhammad Ali.

“I heard at least two or three things that need fact checking,” Tapper continued, introducing CNN fact checker Daniel Dale. “Obviously, Donald Trump did not win in 2020, he lost that election and that’s been adjudicated over and over again, although to the crowd he’s speaking to, they believe it even though it’s a lie.”

CNN cut away from Trump’s Tuesday night’s remarks, during which he railed against his former U.N. ambassador, Nikki Haley, the only challenger facing him in the GOP primary, and attacked President Biden.

MSNBC which had recently made a regular practice of not carrying Trump remarks live, also carried portions of his speech before cutting away to fact check his false statements about previous elections.





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