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For those of you who thought calling CNN the Clinton News Network was a bit overboard, thanks to the latest Wikileaks release we’ve gotten new examples that the moniker is indeed true.  Last night Wikileaks released a batch of over 8K emails from the DNC. Among other things Wikileaks provided a picture of CNN cooperation with the DNC that goes way beyond Donna Brazile feeding debate questions to Hillary Clinton.

The email was April 24th of this year, Lauren Dillon with the DNC asked for interview question ideas to feed Wolf Blitzer

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One response suggested Wolf Blitzer ask “Who helped you write the foreign policy speech you’re giving tomorrow?” Another suggested “What would you do if the military refused to listen to you?” Other DNC officials weighed in with their ideas. Eventually, Ms.Dillon responded saying that CNN cancelled the interview. “CNN said the interview was cancelled as of now but will keep the questions for the next one.

 

In another email chain, Lauren Dillon was helping CNN with questions for Ted Cruz.

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CNN always denies being the Clinton News Network, but after reading this WikiLeaks release you can picture Hillary Clinton and Jeff Zucker, driving doing a drive through in Las Vegas to be married in a ceremony officiated on by a fake Elvis. When you add the Donna Brazile leaks it seems as if CNN and the Democratic Party are fast friends. Perhaps too friendly to give a legitimate take in the news.

 

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