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CNN’s Biggest Mistakes of 2017

Conservative YouTube personality Mark Dice Has pointed out that CNN’s fails keep getting worse. He says that the news channel’s programming has become difficult to distinguish from a Saturday Night Live skit.

To illustrate his viewpoint, Dice recently released a new video titled “Biggest CNN fails of 2017.” In this video, Dice points out just a few of the recent examples that CNN is barely the news network it claims to be.

One of the top ten fails that Mark Dice highlights during his YouTube video is the time when Wolf Blitzer laid into a reporter live on-air for using poor sources. Things got awkward on-air pretty quickly when Blitzer criticized the reporter.

During the humiliating segment, Chief CNN political correspondent Gloria Borger admitted that she had that she had conflicting sources in the White House when questioned about a recent botched news report. Blitzer stopped Borger as she was speaking. Borger, who is the longtime political correspondent, seemed embarrassed by Blitzer’s comments.

Another top CNN fail that Dice features in the video occurred during a 2017 White House Press Briefing. During this meeting, White House aide Stephen Miller pointed out that CNN’s Jim Acosta doesn’t seem to understand much about immigration. Things got pretty heated during the exchange.

There are too many CNN fails to list during 2017. Luckily, Mark Dice a does a great job of picking out the best ones. Watch the entire video below.

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