Donald Trump explodes & # 39; Dark man on television & # 39; Don Lemon for debate question who stated he was a fool and mocked with CNN & # 39; s ratings sliding while Democrats get ready for the second night of sparring
- CNN host Don Lemon asked a question in Tuesday's debate that the & # 39; intolerance & # 39; of President Trump
- Trump shot him on Twitter as the & # 39; stupidest man on television & # 39;
- President said CNN & # 39; s sliding ratings will not improve until the network treats him better
- Trump said he & # 39; the least racist person in the world & # 39; and quoted his own words about himself
Donald Trump lashed out with CNN host Don Lemon on Wednesday for a question he asked during Tuesday night's Democratic primary debate, in which he editorial that the president & # 39; intolerance & # 39; shows.
& # 39; What do you say to those Trump voters who prioritize the economy over the president's intolerance? & # 39; Lemon asked Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar. He was one of three moderators who placed a selection of 10 White House hopeful.
Trump became ballistic on Twitter late on Wednesday morning, shortly after breaking through a long online silence that broke through the entire debate evening and its immediate aftermath.
& # 39; Don Lemon from CNN, the dumbest man on television, insinuated last night during a debate & # 39; ask & # 39; that I was a racist, while in fact I & # 39; the least racist person in the world & # 39; am, & # 39; tweeted the president.
Ask what it started with: & # 39; What do you say to those Trump voters who prioritize the economy over the president's intolerance? & # 39; Lemon asked Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
Attack: How Trump responded to Don Lemon – with the quote & # 39; the least racist person in the world & # 39; in fact words are during interviews Tuesday by C-SPAN
New attack on Don Lemon: Trump was silent about the democratic debate for almost 12 hours, but broke it to first attack Joe Biden, then Don Lemon, a regular sparring partner on social media
Trump quoted himself from a television interview broadcast before the debate on C-SPAN and answered a question about Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's decision to call him a racist.
& # 39; I think the word really went a long way because everyone is now called a racist, & # 39; he said. & # 39; Two weeks ago, Nancy Pelosi called her own party a racist. The word has been used so much. It's such a & # 39; n shame. I can tell you that I am the least racist person in the world for me. & # 39;
Democrats and many media, including CNN, have had euphemisms such as & # 39; racially charged & # 39; specified and started the vod & # 39; racist & # 39; to describe Trump and his often burning rhetoric.
He recently attacked an African-American congressman, Elijah Cummings, as the cause of the ongoing urban scourge of his Baltimore district.
And he is engaged in a spring competition with a quartet of first-year federal lawmakers, all women of color, tweeting at some point that they need to be returned & # 39; where they came from & # 39;
Moderator team: Don Lemon was one of three CNN debate moderators, with his main political correspondent Dana Bash and chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper the other two
Trump has insisted that he should be allowed to criticize the actions of his opponents who are racial minorities, without fear of being accused of racial prejudice.
And he blows his long-standing beef with CNN and other consistently critical news publications as & # 39; fake & # 39; led him to Clobber Lemon. Lemon makes the picture even more complicated.
& # 39; Maybe someone should explain to Don that he is supposed to be neutral, unbiased and fair & # 39 ;, tweeted the president Wednesday, & # 39; or is he too stupid (stupid) to understand that. & # 39;
& # 39; No wonder CNN's reviews (including MSNBC's reviews) went down the road – and will stay there until they bring credibility back to the newsroom. Don't hold your breath! & # 39;
The TV viewing figures for July were usually bad news for CNN. The Trump favorite Fox News Channel had all of the four most viewed cable news programs. An MSNBC program was fifth.
CNN was ranked No. 13 on basic cable in total prime time audience.
In general, Fox News had an average of 2.44 million viewers in primetime, followed by MSNBC with 1.50 million and CNN with less than a third of Fox's shows, 797,000.
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