CNN Reporter Caught on Video Feeding Answer to “Undecided” Voter [VIDEO]

No surprise here from the Clinton New Network. A video which shows a CNN employee apparently coaching alleged “undecided” voters in Ohio has surfaced following the presidential debate on Sunday.

In the video, you can hear the CNN employee feeding an answer to a female member of the panel before she is asked for that answer.

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“America already is great but we are great because we are good,” a clip of Hillary Clinton during the debate begins.

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“America is great,” is then heard being whispered by the CNN employee to the female panel member just before she asks for her response.

“What was it about Hillary Clinton’s argument that resonated with you following Donald Trump’s defense of the video?” asks the CNN employee, obviously knowing the answer that would be coming to her question.

“She stated that America is already great and I tend to agree with that…,” the woman responds.

I think the video speaks for itself, but we should not be surprised that the Communist News Network has also been caught engaging in deceptive practices.

Previously, we reported on them faking war footage from Syria, but they were not the only ones. The BBC has been caught doing it too.

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