CNN’s Chris Cuomo Tries to Take Down Trump in Live TV Stunt, FAILS Miserably

Oh Chris Cuomo. You’d make a great 13th century jester. Instead, you’re someone supposed to represent a significant voice of the American people. If a single soul left on this earth still trusts anything Cuomo says, our entire species might be in trouble. This guy is in his own category.

Let’s set the stage. During the impeachment hearings, a witness testified that one of their aides claimed to overhear a conversation between President Trump and Ambassador Gordon Sondland.

First of all, that alone should never be considered testimony. Someone heard from someone else that they overheard a telephone conversation.

Why aren’t we hearing this from Sondland himself? Or President Trump? Can we at least hear directly from the aide who claims to have heard the conversation?

Well, this actually gets more ridiculous. It was pointed out that this alleged conversation was not on speaker phone, so people are wondering how well the aide could have actually heard the conversation. If you’ve ever used a phone to talk (so millennials are excluded), you understand the issue.

In order to try and justify using this sham testimony as evidence against the President, Chris Cuomo staged a phone conversation on live TV. You can guess how this went, but that would deny you the satisfaction of seeing Cuomo’s stupidity directly. You have to watch this one for yourself.

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