Erin Burnett on Monday referred to as out President Donald Trump for “holding the ambassador of our closest ally to a much higher standard than anyone else.”
The host of CNN’s “Outfront” famous how Trump “has a right to be upset” with Kim Darroch, the British ambassador to the U.S., after he referred to as the Trump administration “inept” in leaked memos.
However Burnett then identified the way in which wherein Trump now treats North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who beforehand referred to as him a “dotard,” “a frightened dog” and “a gangster” earlier than they put their variations apart and met thrice.
“So, let’s get this straight, if you are an American ally and you criticize the president and the administration with being clumsy and inept, then you’re done,” she defined. “But if you are literally a murdering dictator, you get love letters.”
Pres. Trump says he’ll now not cope with UK ambassador who referred to as him “inept”
“If you’re an American ally and you criticize the President and the administration … you’re done. But if you’re literally a murdering dictator, you get love letters,” says CNN’s Erin Burnett. pic.twitter.com/6LeZl5iIa8
— OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) July 9, 2019