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Ex-Clinton press secretary on Sean Spicer's media attack: "He should have resigned" rather than "lie"
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StatingTheObvious 22 Jan 17
Replying to @cnni @brianefallon
Coming from the network that may be the most dishonest of the modern era.
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Philip Lustre Jr. 22 Jan 17
Replying to @cnni @brianefallon
Is it appropriate to call him "Lameduck Donald"? Will he preside over the "Disunited States of America."?
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Philip Lustre Jr. 22 Jan 17
Replying to @cnni @brianefallon
Spicer badly needs a job. He has chosen to have a job than join the unemployed ...
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nikki gallagher 22 Jan 17
CNN most dishonest?? Haven't you heard of 🙄
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StatingTheObvious 22 Jan 17
Replying to @nichola10 @cnni and 2 others
What a surprise someone with that picture would respond that way.
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StatingTheObvious 22 Jan 17
Replying to @nichola10 @cnni and 2 others
worry about Ireland.
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Sandy 22 Jan 17
Replying to @cnni @brianefallon
. LOL It was a video Not a "smidgeon of evidence IRS targeted" Orlando is [redacted] you go,
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Rod McCulloch 22 Jan 17
Replying to @cnni @brianefallon
Really? Any Clinton employee criticizing someone else for lying should be laughed out of the studio.
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Michael B. Murphy 22 Jan 17
Replying to @cnni @brianefallon
thank you for appearing on CNN today. Thank you for calling lies "lies." Thank you for caring about the truth.
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byron bogaard 22 Jan 17
and unfortunately there is no follow-up question as to why Brian lied during the HRC campaign John 8:7
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