Jared Kushner Meets With CNN Execs To Complain That They’re Being Too Mean To President Cheeto Puff

Jared Kushner complained to CNN about negative coverage.

Sending his son-in-law to do his dirty work!

According to reports by the Wall Street Journal, Donald Trump sent Jared Kushner to meet with top Time Warner executives to complain about the negative coverage of Drumpf by CNN, the illegitimate prez’s most hated news network.

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Kushner reportedly met with Time Warner VP of corporate marketing and communications Gary Ginsberg and CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker to complain that people were being totally like so mean to Drumpfy. So sad!

The White House also actually issued this ridiculous statement:

“It’s no secret that the President and his team have been critical of CNN’s dishonest coverage of the President both during the campaign and since his inauguration, and it’s obvious their ratings have suffered as a result. FOX on the other hand provides mostly fair, and more complete coverage of the Administration and their ratings have never been better.”

Dishonest = accurate in their lexicon.

It’s also being reported that Kushner specifically complained about CNN pundits Ana Navarro and Van Jones. Wow! Grow some fucking tough skin, loser! Every president in history has received criticism!

And isn’t Trump always saying our country has become too politically correct? Then why is he trying to censor a totally legitimate news organization that is doing its job to hold the president accountable??? He obviously can’t handle the same criticism he accuses others of being too soft to deal with! What a weakling!

Anyway, Ana Navarro had the BEST response to Kushner’s reported complaints in two perfect tweets (below):

Boo-fucking-hoo, indeed!

These are the supposed tough guys who are going to bring jobs back to America and somehow negotiate with hostile foreign countries? They’re too busy whining at news organizations to do that!


[Image via WENN.]

Feb 17, 2017 10:47am PDT

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