White House Places CNN, MSNBC In The Back Row Of Presser

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The White House placed CNN and MSNBC in the last two rows of the foreign press section during Tuesday’s joint press conference with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

CNN political analyst and Sentinel editor Brian Karem tweeted Tuesday complaining about the situation.

“I am not saying that they are punishing MSNBC and CNN,” he wrote. “What I am saying is that they are in the last two rows of the foreign press section.”

Trump took time on Tuesday morning to bash CNN and NBC News while he made his rounds on the conservative media circuit, suggesting maybe their placement at the presser wasn’t an accident.


“Dishonesty in the media is one of the things that surprised me the most… I thought that after I won, the media would become much more stable and much more honest,” Trump said.

“CNN is a joke, NBC is a total joke,” he added. “You watch what they report, there’s no relationship to what I’m doing.”

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