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EIB radio network host Rush Limbaugh compared the media to a cat chasing a laser pointer being held by President Trump.

Limbaugh said CNN's Jim Acosta "lost his cookies" when Press Secretary Sean Spicer directed networks to turn off their cameras during a press briefing.

He said the media is being distracted by irrelevant matters like the medium by which the White House chooses to put out its announcements.

"Could Donald Trump be the end of CNN?" he asked.

Kimberly Guilfoyle said the American people are "wise" to the mainstream media's constant opposition to the administration in that way.

She said there is a concerted effort to sabotage Trump and his agenda.

Watch the clip above.


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