VIDEO: CNN Takes Trump’s Side

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( – In a previously unheard-of development, some anchors of leftist propaganda machine CNN are now coming to the defense of Donald Trump, as one prominent host has taken the former president’s side by admitting that the “hush-money” case in New York would never have been brought against a different person.

See the video of a CNN host defending Trump in the tweet below!

On his CNN Sunday morning show “GPS,” CNN host Fareed Zakaria expressed skepticism regarding the unique application of the hush-money case against Trump, questioning if such charges would be levied against anyone else under similar circumstances.

Zakaria, observed a rallying effect among Republicans as Trump confronts multiple legal challenges while attempting a return to the presidency.

“Republicans seem to be uniting behind Trump… [and] whatever opposition he faced in the primaries has largely melted away,” the CNN host said.

“And the trials against him keep him in the spotlight, infuriate his base who sees him as a martyr, and even may serve to make him the object of some sympathy among people in general who believed that his prosecutors are politically motivated,” he elaborated.

“This happens to be true in my opinion. I doubt the New York indictment would have been brought against a defendant whose name was not Donald Trump. A majority of Americans are skeptical that Trump will be able to get a fair trial, according to a CNN poll,” Zakaria added.

He referenced a poll conducted by SSRS for CNN, revealing that only 13% of national respondents believe Trump is being treated like other criminal defendants, The Daily Wire points out in a report.

In a case initiated by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, Trump is contending with 34 felony charges of falsifying business records.

These charges allege an attempt to obscure payments, including to adult film actress Stormy Daniels, as part of a strategy to suppress damaging information during the 2016 election—a method often described as “catch-and-kill.”

Trump, maintaining his innocence, has entered a plea of not guilty and labeled the allegations as “political persecution.”

As this trial progresses, Trump also faces additional criminal proceedings at both state and federal levels, consistently affirming his innocence.

Amidst this legal maelstrom, some legal analysts have voiced concerns about the solidity of Bragg’s case, pointing to a potentially weak legal basis for enhancing misdemeanor charges to the felony level.

CNN legal analyst Elie Honig notably mentioned that in a more politically balanced jurisdiction, the chance of a conviction would be significantly lower, implying the influence of political bias on the proceedings.

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