CNN’s Kaitlan Collins defers to let CBS reporter ask her follow up, and then Trump decides to skip her and then abruptly ends presser

At Monday’s press conference, President Donald Trump called on CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins. As Collins approached the microphone, CBS correspondent Weijia Jiang asked a question about testing numbers between countries, and Trump told her it was a question she “should ask China.”

Collins could be heard asking, “Do you want to follow up?”

After she followed up, Collins went to ask her questions, but the president dismissed her. “Next.” He went on, “I did [call on you] — and you didn’t respond, and now I’m calling on…” And then there was some crosstalk, with Collins trying to raise her question, but the president then walked off from his presser.


2 replies

  1. Firstly it wasn’t racist as Blitzer and Borger tried to make out he was saying China started the virus ask them how they feel about the deaths they caused, secondly CNN have deliberately put Collins and Acosta together as a team to cause as much trouble as possible at press conferences. CNN is playing games now CNN doesn’t care about deaths they care about sending their reporters to cause trouble to boost ratings.

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