Internet Rally in Support of Bullied Boy Keaton Jones, But CNN Hijacks his Story to Slam President Trump
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Internet Rally in Support of Bullied Boy Keaton Jones, But CNN Hijacks his Story to Slam President Trump

There is simply no way of knowing if CNN will ever leave the spotlight, given the fact that no true American really cares about what they have to say.

As the country stood on its feet after a video of 11-year -old Keaton Jones speaking about bullying surfaced, people began paying more attention to the problem.

Many celebrities decided to react to the boy’s story and reach out to him, offering various fun ideas. Even president Trump called out to the young boy and addressed the real issue in America.

But, the story didn’t convince which dropped a story Monday set to crush President Trump.

Here is what the newspaper wrote:

“In a world where bullies torment kids on social media to devastating effect on a regular basis with insults and name-calling, it is sad to see our president engaging in the very same behavior himself. Leaders should lead by example.”

CNN was referring to a recent tweet by Trump in which the POTUS calls out liberal media outlets on a misinterpretation of news while aiming at CNN anchor Don Lemon at the same time.

The President actually talked about a story released by the New York Times which stated that Trump is always late for important events, drinks 12 Diet Cokes a day and is basically a couch potato.

It is not just that. Trump called the media out on an article which stated the President got an email with supposedly stolen DNC documents just before the public learned about them. However, the actual truth was sun uncovered and the report was labeled as fake.

Actually, the Washington Post explained the email was sent after the information reached the public.

Here is how Trump got America’s support online.

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