CNN’s Jim Sciutto under fire 4 ‘simply false,’ ‘incredibly premature’ anti-Trump report condemned By CIA,… #Fox_NewsSeptember 11, 2019
CNN reported that the CIA pulled a source from Russia in 2017, in part out of concern that the Trump administration had mishandled classified intelligence; chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports from Washington.
CNN’s Jim Sciutto is under fire after the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) condemned his report Monday on an alleged spy’s extraction from Russia as “misguided” and “simply false” — but the news network seems to be shrugging off criticism of its “scoop” by everyone from the CIA itself to The New York Times and at least one of Sciutto’s CNN colleagues.
But none of them should properly be viewed as journalists or hosts, but instead as partisan commentators,” a current CNN employee told Fox News.
Sciutto also appeared Tuesday morning on CNN’s “New Day” to defend his reporting while downplaying the news that the CIA wanted to extract the source before Trump took office.
— Current CNN employee “You know CNN has gone off the rails when the CIA feels compelled to issue a statement rebuking its reporting,” Cornell Law School professor and media critic William A. Jacobson told Fox News.
I suspect there are other issues here,” Mudd told CNN’s Jake Tapper.
CNN anchor and chief national correspondent Jim Sciutto is a former Obama administration official.
CNN’s widely criticized report comes on the heels of MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell being forced to apologize and retract a singled-sourced, unverified report last month – which bypassed the network’s standards – claiming President Trump possibly had loans co-signed by Russian oligarchs.
“Sciutto blamed the spy’s extraction on Trump, when really the national security issues started under his old boss — President Barack Obama.
Sources told NBC News that the Russian was the same individual who was referenced in the reporting by CNN and the Times.
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