CNN Asks Viewers If Trump Should Be Investigated, 70 Percent Say No

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Fake news network CNN just asked a very loaded question for their “Survey Of The Week”… and it backfired in a huge way.

The network asked internet users whether or not Trump should be investigated for obstruction of justice.

Check it out (via CNN):

The above screenshot shows results as of midday on Monday.

It’s not hard to guess where CNN was headed with this poll—as the Washington Times reported just a few weeks ago, 93 percent of the network’s Trump coverage is negative:

And CNN? The Harvard researchers found CNN’s Trump coverage was 93 percent negative, 7 percent positive. “Trump’s coverage during his first 100 days set a new standard for negativity,” wrote the authors of the Harvard study.

Want proof? The Media Research Center did an exhaustive study on just how biased CNN has become, according to a report covering 20 hours, from 4 a.m. May 12 until midnight.

“After excluding commercials, teases and promos, our analysts found 13 hours, 27 minutes of actual news coverage, an average of just over 40 minutes per hour. Of that, a whopping 92 percent (12 hours, 19 minutes) was devoted to the Trump presidency, with a mere 68 minutes — a little more than three minutes per hour — devoted to all of the other news of the day.

Despite widely-held belief recently, the President is actually not under investigation for obstruction of justice.

In fact, his attorney, Jay Sekulow, appeared on four Sunday shows to set the record straight.

“Let me be very clear here, as it has been since the beginning, the president is not and has not been under investigation for obstruction,” lawyer Jay Sekulow said on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” part of a blitz of bookings on the Sunday morning public affairs shows.

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