MSNBC Host Calls Trump A Coward For Not Taking Questions From ‘Legitimate’ News Sources (VIDEO)

Liberals in media spend their days saying insane things about Trump being unpatriotic, the new Hitler and worse. Then they cry when Trump doesn’t take questions from their network. They were spoiled by eight years of Obama.

MSNBC’s Ali Velshi recently lashed out at Trump as a coward for not taking questions from “legitimate” news outlets.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

MSNBC’s Ali Velshi: Trump ‘Cowardly Not to Take Questions From Legitimate News Sources’

Velshi considered it vital that Trump face questions about the report that former campaign aide Rick Gates would plead guilty in Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 election. The news on Gates broke minutes before Trump’s joint press conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, and Trump ended up taking questions about Syria and Jared Kushner’s security clearance.

Velshi expressed outrage that the people who asked those questions were Gabby Morrongiello and Trey Yingst of the Examiner and One American News, respectively.

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“In the news conference, typically speaking, if something like this happened and the president had reporters in front of him—you know, he chose two very friendly outlets,” Velshi said…

“The president took the easy way out today,” Velshi added. “It was cowardly not to take questions from legitimate news sources today. The fact that it was a hard question is secondary to the fact that the president, on a day he had to be held accountable, the very basis of our accountability in society, the president cheated.”

Here’s the video:

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