Prejudged: Liberals Warn Pundits Not To Call State Of The Union ‘Presidential’

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Hours before the State of the Union address, many prominent liberals were already forming the left-wing narrative in response to the speech by warning their fellow ideologues against referring to anything President Donald Trump says as “presidential.”

New York Times columnist Charles Blow made it clear he will be banning anyone who uses the word, no matter what the president says.

Washington Post opinion columnist Brian Klaas begged journalists and pundits to avoid using the word.

He then engaged in a long threat of headlines attacking some of the things Trump has said in the past.

Former CNN personality Dean Obeidallah would like anyone who uses the term fired.

Former comedian Michael Ian Black let his hostility flag fly.

Hollywood screenwriter Marc Guggenheim is already slamming journalists who use the word.

Young Turks personality Michael Tracey put pundits on notice.

CNN personality Bakari Sellers let his feelings be known.