In a recent interview with New York Magazine, CNN president Jeff Zucker accused President Trump of trying to “delegitimize journalism.”
RUSH: Upsets are possible, certainly hoped for. But, man, the Steelers have an impossible task.
RUSH: There are people, as we sit here today, in these bureaucracies. They're everywhere: EPA, FDA, the Department of Energy, the Department of Education. They're everywhere, and they are — many of them are — these insane, lunatic leftists that nobody can kick out, that nobody can remove.
RUSH: Let these people show everybody who they are. Because the fact of the matter is, folks, these are the obscure minorities that Barack Obama tried to turn this country over to.
RUSH: He is the most powerful leader in the world as president of the United States, and I am a guy on the radio. In his world, I ought not even exist.
RUSH: At 11:59 a.m. Eastern Time, the official White House website had a lengthy information page about the threat of climate change and the steps the federal government had taken to fight it. At noon, at the instant Donald Trump took office, the page was gone.
RUSH: I think, folks, it can't be said enough: The people analyzing Trump, the people in the establishment of both parties and the media, they still have not come to grips with what's happened here.
RUSH: CNN is fast becoming known as the headquarters of fake news.
RUSH: They look at the country; they subdivide it according to skin color, ethnicity and gender identity? They still haven’t figured out what went wrong for ’em.
RUSH: You couple the events of last night and some of the ceremonial aspects of the inauguration today that surrounded Trump's actual inaugural address, and there's no question there's a reclamation going on. I think this is one of the things the left knows, and it has them totally disoriented and discombobulated, and they're wandering in the desert.
RUSH: I'm gonna tell you, some people are gonna skedaddle out of there as quickly as they can. So it's gonna be fascinating to tune in later and listen to some of the learned commentariat and the punditocracy analyze the inaugural address of Donald Trump today.
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