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Man Holds Up A Sign That Says ‘CNN Is Fake News’ For Trump — His Reaction Makes Crowd Go Wild

Benny Johnson Columnist, Viral Politics

President Trump gave a rousing campaign speech in Indiana Thursday night.

The speech touched on the many accomplishments of the first year and a half of the Trump administration and hit Democrats hard for obstruction. Trump touted the recent hostage releases from North Korea and the GOP tax cuts.

The campaign speech was a preview of things to come, as Trump unveiled his 2020 stump speech and slogan, “Keep America Great.”

We will breathe new hope into our community,” the president said.  “We will do it all with American hands, American grit and American pride. Loyal citizens like you help to build this country and together we are taking back our great and beautiful country, returning power to everyday American people.”

The packed arena reached a fever pitch when Trump brought up some regular targets: Obama, Pelosi and “The Swamp.”

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However, after the speech had concluded, a Trump supporter was waiting with a sign with a message to another one of the president’s favorite targets: CNN.

A man held a “CNN IS VERY FAKE NEWS” sign high above his head as Trump walked offstage.

Trump pointed at the man, shouted something inaudible and pumped his fists.

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Welcome to 2020.