CNN’s Alisyn Camerota was the one foaming at the mouth during a discussion with the Washington Post’s Josh Dawsey about the strategic challenges in President Trump’s proposed Fourth of July festivities.  One of the key issues is getting the president to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in D.C. to deliver a speech as part of the Fourth of July.

It’s no secret that Camerota is anti-Trump and tries to get a dig in every chance she gets to slam President Trump. She recently claimed she was disappointed that the Mueller Report didn’t spell trouble for Trump.

So she has on a “foaming at the mouth” Washington Post reporter who snarkily tells of the plans President Trump has for the Fourth of July celebrations in D.C. He sneers as he lists the things Trump plans on that have never been done before. Towards the end of the interview, Camerota exasperatedly asks how much all of this will cost.

Then, Camerota goes low when she says matter-of-factly that Trump’s rallies are where his supporters ‘clamor for violence’ and that Trump gives ‘foaming at the mouth’ speeches. She coyly asks if the Fourth of July speech will be like that…

Camerota: “The president very much wants to give this speech, it sounds like, from the Lincoln Memorial. And you write, ‘The president’s starring role has the potential to turn what has long been a nonpartisan celebration of the nation’s founding into another version of a Trump campaign rally.’ And I’m just wondering, Josh…I mean, what kind of speech would he give?”

“Would he give a presidential speech or would he give one of these sort of ‘foaming at the mouth’ speech that we sometimes see at the rallies where they clamor, you know, we heard it just last week where people in the crowd clamor for violence.”


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