The liberal American mainstream media was deeply biased against Donald Trump since well before the election, and their marked contempt for Trump has extended into nearly a full year of his presidency so far.
A number of reporters in the White House press pool have proved to be thorns in the side of President Trump’s press press personnel, including CNN’s Jim Acosta and the New York Times‘s Glenn Thrush. However, the single biggest source of annoyance just might be reporter April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks.
April always takes every opportunity to inject race into every press briefing, and she was at it again when she responded to Chief of Staff John Kelly’s “compromise” statement about the Civil War by asking Sarah Sanders, “What is the definition of compromise as it relates to slavery and the Civil War?”
Secretary Sanders first merely swatted April away, saying, “I think I’ve addressed the concerns that a lot of people had and the questions that you had. And I’m not going to relitigate history here.” April wouldn’t let go, and said, “I had a question still lingering when you left. And I’m going to ask the question again.” Sarah fired back, “Why don’t you ask it in a way that apparently you are accusing me of being?”
April then asked, “I’m not accusing. I’m asking the question, seriously, Sarah … Does this administration believe, does this president believe slavery was wrong?” She then added, “And before you answer, Mary Frances Berry, historian, said in 1860 there was a compromise. The compromise was to have Southern states keep slavery but the Confederacy fired on Fort Sumter that caused the Civil War.” Sanders would have none of this, however, and destroyed her by responding, “I think it is disgusting and absurd to suggest that anyone inside of this building would support slavery.” Are you glad Secretary Sanders stood up to this reporter’s attempted bullying?
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