Trump has HUGE Demand Regarding CNN President

After enduring months of relentless attacks from the anti-Trump propagandists at CNN, President Trump is finally getting the last laugh.
CNN been in a downward spiral after their debunked Russia hit piece, the undercover videos by James O’Keefe, and the most recent case of CNN employees threatening private citizens, and it’s getting even worse for them.
President Trump took his opportunity to hit back against the fake news network, which has hounded him since before the election, to make sure that the White House will not be supporting the pending merger between CNN’s parent company Time Warner and AT&T, as long as Jeff Zucker is still president of CNN.
Zucker is alleged to have given direct orders to CNN employees to focus specifically on the Russia-themed hit pieces against President Trump, and has lead a brutal smear campaign against our America First president.
Now, Trump is in the position to get the last laugh, and after enduring the unbelievable abuse from CNN, he certainly deserves it.
The White House does not support the pending merger between CNN’s parent company Time Warner and AT&T if Jeff Zucker remains president of the CNN, a source familiar with President Trump’s thinking told The Daily Caller.
The New York Times similarly reported Wednesday night that “White House advisers have discussed” the merger as being a “potential point of leverage over their adversary” CNN.
President Trump has been warring with CNN and has branded the cable news network “fraud news.”
TheDC’s source said that Zucker could be fired in order for the merger to go through. The CNN president told the Times that the merger is “not something I think about.”
Time Warner shareholders approved AT&T’s $85.4 billion acquisition in February.
Bloomberg had reported in January that Trump opposed the merger due to concerns that there would be too much power consolidated in the media industry.
Makan Dalrahim, Trump’s nominee to lead the Department of Justice’s antitrust division, spoke about the pending merger in an October interview.
“Just the sheer size of it and the fact that it’s media, I think will get a lot of attention,” Dalrahim said.
“However, I don’t see this as a major antitrust problem.”
The White House did not immediately return a request for comment.
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