When the American people elected Donald Trump President, CNN decided it was no longer a news network.

CNN positioned itself as the media arm of the Democrat Party.

But they are in big trouble after one CNN guest said these eight awful words.

CNN’s slogan the last year has been ‘facts first’.

That flies in the face of their well-earned reputation as a fake news outlet that spreads hoax stories such as Donald Trump, Jr. receiving advanced knowledge of the WikiLeaks email releases.

In addition to purposefully running fake stories to try and drive down Donald Trump’s approval numbers, CNN has turned their network into a professional wrestling mat where panelists and hosts hurl over-the-top insults and challenges at the President.

That was the case again on Tuesday after President Trump’s remarkable 17-minute meeting with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi in the Oval Office.

Trump made it clear funding for the border wall had to be included in any government spending bill.

CNN reacted with horror to that demand.

Political commentator Angela Rye accused Trump of making the meeting “about xenophobic, racist, bigoted beliefs that he holds.”

Rye said, “It’s not what Republicans might have wanted him to say, but they knew what they were getting when they were getting this strong man. Right? This is someone who pledged his campaign on not being afraid to back down from Democrats. This was an opportunity to show that he had gravitas in this room. And little does he know that part of being a statesman, which I think he should look up in the dictionary, is figuring out where you can compromise. This is not a point of compromise for Democrats. There was a comprehensive immigration reform bill that the Senate passed a few years back. It’s worth now looking back at what was in that measure. It is time for people to understand, there’s not just one border, there are water borders, there is a northern border. And all of these things are of concern.”

She added, “Donald Trump is fixated on the Southern border, as he was the day that he announced his campaign. It is not about securing the borders. It is about xenophobic, racist, bigoted beliefs that he holds. And he’s trying to continue to give platforms to people who believe those things.”

Rye – like the vast majority of today’s identity politics obsessed Democrats – believes any border security is white supremacy.

But her comments were just a continuation of an already bad week for CNN.

On Sunday, CNN’s Brian Stelter – the network’s minister of propaganda – attacked State Department Spokeswoman Heather Nauert, whom Donald Trump has selected as his nominee for U.N. ambassador.

Critics accused Stelter of going after Nauert because she is a blonde woman who used to work for Fox News.

Stelter belittled Nauert by asking his liberal guest commentator Max Boot, “What do we do? She’s not qualified for this job. She’s qualified for a lot of other jobs. She’s not qualified to be U.N. ambassador.”

His remarks were horribly sexist and another black eye for the fake news network.

But as we see now, this was just the beginning of a disturbing week for CNN.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.