Trump Speaks at Huge Rally, but One Network Cuts Away When Crowd Chants, ‘CNN Sucks!’

President shared America's economic successes, but when he went after the fake news media — look what happened

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CNN aired President Donald Trump’s Orlando re-election kickoff rally on Tuesday night — or at least most of it.

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At one point during the commander-in-chief’s remarks, the audience of some 20,000 people — with a huge overflow crowd outside in the parking lots as well — began chanting, “CNN sucks!”

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And that’s when that network cut away from the action at the rally.

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Trump told the crowd as he referred to his first presidential campaign announcement back in 2015, “This was a defining moment in America history. Ask them right there,” as he pointed to the media in the back — the group of individuals the president calls fake news.

That’s when the crowd started chanting, “CNN sucks!”

CNN anchor John Berman followed the video cut with some very interesting commentary.

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“All right. We’ve been watching the president kick off his re-election bid,” Berman said.

“He’s been on stage for about six minutes. Within two minutes he did talk about the economy — within four minutes it was attacks on the media,” he added.

And see these tweets as well:

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