CNN try to sidestep glaring media bias accusations

CNN CEO Jeff Bewkes came under fire Thursday during a Time Warner shareholders’ meeting for his network’s overt bias against President Donald Trump.

David Almasi, vice president for the National Center for Public Policy Research, a conservative think tank, happens also to be a shareholder of CNN’s parent company, Time Warner.

The shareholders’ meeting occurred one day after a gunman opened fire on GOP lawmakers at an Alexandria, Va., baseball field. Almasi said he felt compelled as a shareholder to take Time Warner executives to task for “CNN’s contribution to the increasingly uncivil environment in Washington.”

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