2CNN Finds Footage, Creates Story

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According to the number one source for fake news, CNN, “Footage has emerged of a heated row in the Oval Office on Friday that saw Donald Trump erupt into a ballistic tirade against Steve Bannon and other senior advisors.”

The footage shows a zoomed-in, crosshairs view of Steve Bannon in the Oval Office on Friday, hours before Trump went to Florida and tweeted about Obama potentially bugging Trump Towers during the election.

The speculation comes from a very short video with no audio.

CNN Pinpoints Fuzzy Images

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“We have video from outside the Oval Office, which shows an animated conversation with Trump and his top aides. In fact, you can see Steven Bannon, Jared Kushner, Sean Spicer, and Ivanka Trump,” concluded the reporter, based on a video that only clearly shows Steve Bannon.

“Now we don’t know exactly what was being discussed at this particular moment,” revealed the reporter, after making several wild accusations. The rest of the CNN story has been pieced together by unnamed sources.

The next conclusion comes from an image of Bannon boarding Air Force One.

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