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The disastrous ratings at CNN continue to trend downward, suggesting that their Trump/Russia conspiracy obsession is falling flat with the general public.
CNN is not only getting crushed by Fox News, which is par for the course, but the network is also taking a beating from MSNBC. Forbes reports, "CNN had significant declines in February, with ratings dropping 19% in total day and 16% in prime, where the network returned an average audience of 979,000 total viewers — behind MSNBC (1.805 million) and Fox News (2.766 million)."
The report adds, "MSNBC has now beaten CNN in prime for 12 consecutive months among viewers 25-54 and 15 consecutive months among all viewers."
CNN’s “New Day” host Chris Cuomo, an outspoken Trump detractor known for combative interviews with White House surrogates, complimented the president on Tuesday.
“Congratulations to the Trump administration, they were able to move the ball here. Maybe North Korea's not telling the truth, maybe they won’t really do this. But even the suggestion, even the potential offer, is progress,” Cuomo said.
CNN political analyst David Gregory agreed, calling it “potentially historic” and “quite significant.”
originally posted by: ausername
But they got that billionaire Tom Steyer regularly buying millions of dollars worth of airtime for commercials bashing Trump, as long as he's happy and writing big checks to CNN they really don't need to worry about ratings, do they?
originally posted by: carewemust
Wait until CNN gets wind of this!
Attorney General JEFF SESSIONS has already appointed a Special Prosecutor.
I can't wait to see the liberal media whine about being "blind-sided", LOL.
MSNBC was the only news network to show year-over-year growth, Deadline reports. Ratings rose 21 percent in prime-time total viewers and 23 percent in all day viewers.
Despite being down year to year, CNN had the second-best February in 10 years, with an average of 700,000 viewers all day, and besting MSNBC in the 25-54 demo in all-day viewing and in several programs, including Erin Burnett's "Outfront. Her show edged out "Hardball with Chris Matthews" in the 25-54 demo.