So in this Mediaite account of the dust up between Trump and Clinton aides at Harvard’s Kennedy School, there is this from the Washington Post’s Karen Tumulty to CNN president Jeff Zucker. It reads:
At one point The Washington Post’s Karen Tumulty got in on it, asking about why CNN hired and promoted “nutjob” Trump supporters. “At what point do you say you cannot come on our air anymore because you have told too many lies?” she asked.
Hmmmm. Now, obviously, I am one of those Trump supporters hired by CNN. While I have supported Donald Trump from the get go, I am not a “Trump surrogate” — which is to say I have never worked for or been paid by either Trump or the Trump campaign. I am in fact an opinion columnist and contributing editor right here at The American Spectator, writing elsewhere, as well. But I assume I am included in Tumulty’s question to Jeff Zucker.
So here’s my question — a challenge, if you will — to Karen Tumulty.
If you think I am a liar and that I “told too many lies” on CNN, then please specify the lie or lies.