CNN immediately apologized to Anthony Scaramucci, the Trump transition team member who was reported to be involved in the meeting.
According toCNN, the story published on June 20 did not comply with the standards of quality, precision and exhaustive reviews imposed by the editorial department, particularly because it was based on a single anonymous source.
Wow, CNN had to retract big story on "Russia", with 3 employees forced to resign.
Three CNN journalists have resigned after the network retracted a story linking a top PresidentTrump adviser to a Russian investment bank. He said in a statement: "On Friday, CNN retracted a story published by my team".
The producer goes on to relay a story about CNN CEO Jeff Zucker telling network reporters to rapidly shift focus back to the Russian Federation controversy when they shifted coverage to other issues.
Trumptweeted that "they caught Fake News CNN cold".
O'Keefe's secret videos only served to reinvigorate the anti-CNN storylines already across conservative media, giving life to more stories about CNN being "fake news". "We said we are going after the media, and there is a lot more to come".
In the video released by Real Clear Politics, Bonifield saidCNN and other media organizations operate as businesses.
In fact, CNN isn't looking at "big management changes", according to senior executives at the network.
CNNMoney executive editor Rich Barbieri sent out an email Saturday regarding the network's new rules after CNN a day earlier on one of its stories.
PresidentTrump has repeatedly lashed out with insults to defend himself as the Russian Federation investigation unfolds.
Of course, that CNN produces fake news isn't news to us.
"There's a video circulating now, whether it's accurate or not, I don't know, but I would encourage everyone in this room and everyone in this country to take a look at it", said Sanders. The network also issued an apology to Scaramucci. "Diversity of personal opinion is what makes CNN strong, we welcome it and embrace it". Wall Street Journal editor John Bussey told Fox's Shepard Smith that "the White House could actually learn from CNN's example" about being forthright when caught saying something untrue. I just refuse to believe that if they had something really good like that that wouldn't leak because we've been getting all these other leaks.