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OUTRAGE! Mike Pence interview BANNED from television!?

JANUARY 17, 2020


Vice President Mike Pence was invited by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer to discuss the 75th anniversary of the U.S. liberation of Auschwitz, the infamous Nazi death camp.

The timing couldn’t have been better. Pence was in Jerusalem at the time with other world leaders to celebrate the anniversary of the liberation. Pence was reportedly going to use the interview to speak out against recent far-left anti-Semitic attacks in the United States.


The only problem: CNN didn’t like what Pence was going to say.


The network boss said he wants his talent to talk “all impeachment, all of the time,” a source told The New York Post.

So they scrapped the interview entirely.

“The White House offered Wolf Blitzer an exclusive interview with Pence at the World Holocaust Forum next Thursday, and the ‘Situation Room’ host enthusiastically agreed,” The Post reported.

“But CNN boss Jeff Zucker then banned Blitzer from leaving the country because of the President Trump impeachment trial in the Senate.”

According to inside sources, the upcoming impeachment trial wasn’t the only reason CNN erased the potential interview.


The network hates the Trump administration too deeply to allow Pence any breathing room — and the bosses knew he’d look sympathetic to viewers when discussing the Holocaust with Blitzer, whose paternal grandparents were killed in Nazi-run death camps.

“Wolf really wanted to do the Pence interview personally,” a CNN insider told The Post. “He cares deeply because of his family background, which is why Wolf was offered it by the White House. But Zucker stepped in and said Wolf isn’t going anywhere because the network will be ‘all impeachment, all of the time’ next week.”

“CNN’s anti-Trump bias is so intense, they can’t even broadcast a sympathetic interview for Holocaust remembrance,” the source reportedly said.


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