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Wolf Blitzer Criticizes Donald Trump. Enjoys Thanksgiving



Wolf Blitzer has criticized Donald Trump’s reaction on Twitter to the whole Hamilton cast affair. This compared to the President Elect’s failure to also condemn his far right supporters.

Donald Trump was also criticized by Blitzer for being thin skinned when it comes to his attacks on journalists.

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Speaking to Republican National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer on his CNN show “The Situation Room this week, ” Wolf Blitzer said, ‘he [Trump] hits the news media when he thinks there’s a story that’s unfair, he tweets when he is outraged about something in the media, ‘Hamilton, ’ what happened in the Broadway musical, ‘Hamilton, ’ but he doesn’t seem to go out of the way to express his outrage over people hailing him with Nazi salutes.”

“Why doesn’t he do that more dramatically, if you will, and make it clear that he wants no part of the people?”

Spencer threw a bit of a hissy fit at Wolfe Blitzer for the CNN host’s tough questioning.

“When is it going to be enough, ” barked Spencer declaring that Donald Trump had made his repudiation of the racist right clear.

Meanwhile, Blitzer wanted everyone to know that he too had a happy Thanksgiving. He shared the following pic on Twitter:

And this from the Ellen DeGeneres show:


In this video you can see Wolf Blitzer having some Thanksgiving fun on CNN.




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