Republican Gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake went viral after she was approached by a CNN reporter.
The CNN reporter asked Lake if she could do an interview to which Lake replied yes under one condition.
Lake would then say “I’ll do an interview with you… as long as it airs on CNN+, does that still exist?”
The woman reporter replied “no” and Lake responded that’s right because it’s “propaganda”.
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Watch the hilarious moment here:
“I’ll do an interview with you… as long as it airs on CNN+, does that still exist?”
— Kari Lake for AZ Governor (@KariLake) June 23, 2022
Kari Lake has been fighting for election integrity ever since reports of election fraud occurred in Maricopa County.
She is now in the midst of a tight Governor race in Arizona where she is looking to replace RINO Doug Ducey.
Lake has already secured a Trump endorsement which has already shot her up in the current Republican primary polls.
— Brick Suit (@Brick_Suit) June 23, 2022
CNN+ lasted just 6 months after the news site could only garner a little over 10,000 subscribers.
CNBC had more on the story:
Warner Bros. Discovery is shutting down CNN+ on April 30, just weeks after the stand-alone streaming service launched.
“This is not a decision about quality; we appreciate all of the work, ambition and creativity that went into building CNN+, an organization with terrific talent and compelling programming,” Chris Licht, chairman and CEO of CNN Worldwide, said in a statement Thursday. “But our customers and CNN will be best served with a simpler streaming choice.”
The company also announced CNN+ head Andrew Morse is leaving Warner Bros. Discovery after a transition period. Alex MacCallum, currently CNN+’s general manager and head of product, will lead CNN Digital after Morse departs.
WarnerMedia launched the stand-alone news service less than a month ago on March 29. It garnered fewer than 10,000 daily active viewers in the two weeks after its launch, CNBC reported last week. The company said customers will receive prorated refunds on subscription fees.