Video: O’Keefe Dials Into CNN Conference Call, Tells Zucker He’s Been Recording Them For Two Months

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Investigative journalist James O’Keefe dialed into a CNN conference call and told President Jeff Zucker that he’s been recording their calls for two months.

O’Keefe said his recordings contain “various producers talking, the president [Zucker] talking, describing their motives, describing their political philosophy, describing how they don’t cover certain things and certain political parties tell them to cover things a certain way.”

“Do you still feel you’re the most trusted name in news?” O’Keefe asks Zucker.

To which Zucker responds, “Thank you for your comment. So, everybody, I think in light of that, we’ll set up a new system, and we’ll be back with you, we’ll do the rest of the call later.”

Last year, Project Vertias revealed that CNN has routine “rundown call meetings” between Zucker and management in which Zucker doesn’t hold back when laying out his expectations for CNN’s coverage.

It’ll be interesting to see what O’Keefe brings out next.

In his first interview since receiving a full pardon from President Trump, Flynn outlined to WVW-TV hosts Lt. General McInerney and conservative activist Mary Fanning on Saturday the legal path to victory laid out before Trump.