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CNN Wonders: Are Trump’s Tweets Dangerous?

Our good friend Joe Messina was a guest on CNN recently making a valiant effort to defend our President from the wolves at CNN.

The main question that came up during his time on the air was, “Do Trump’s tweets have real time consequences?” The insinuation being that the President’s tweets could actually be damaging our Republic and our world.

Of course, the idea is preposterous, as there is NO EVIDENCE that any Trump Tweet has ever caused any real trouble. But, since when does the media care about accuracy in their reporting?

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Watch as Joe Messina derails the narrative and explains why the President’s Tweets are really no big deal.

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