CNN Hires Journalist Who Was Caught Colluding With The Hillary Clinton Campaign In 2016

John Harwood of CNBC has been hired by CNN.

If you don’t remember Harwood, he moderated one of the Republican primary debates in 2015 and was criticized far an wide for obvious liberal bias.

He was also exposed by Wikileaks in 2016 for colluding with the Hillary Clinton campaign by making suggestions about how to deal with Republican candidates, and more.

Here’s the most outrageous part of the story. CNN is going to have him cover the Trump White House.

PJ Media reports:

Totally Not a Liberal Hack Network CNN Hires Liberal Hack John Harwood

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Last week, Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) dismissed CNN correspondent Manu Raju as a “liberal hack,” causing talking heads at the network to erupt in rage. CNN host Wolf Blitzer called it “disgusting.” Yet on Tuesday, CNN proved its liberal hack credentials by hiring former CNBC Editor-at-Large John Harwood.

“some personal news: this is my first day at [CNN] as White House Correspondent. honored and proud to join a team of journalists I’ve admired for so long,” Harwood announced on Tuesday morning.

If anyone is a liberal hack, it’s John Harwood. During the 2016 primary, Harwood moderated a Republican primary presidential debate. Before the debate, he asked Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta, “What should I ask Jeb?” This revelation came out in the WikiLeaks dump of Podesta’s emails in November 2016, days before the general election.

Yet even at the time, Harwood’s bias was palpable. During the debate, he asked Donald Trump, “Is this a comic-book version of a presidential campaign?”

Here’s Harwood’s tweet:

See two of his exposed emails from 2016 below:

This is not a person who should be covering Trump.

 

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