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CNN’s Joan Walsh Tweets She’s ‘Shocked’ Trump Did Not Sexually Assault Hero Dog

CNN’s Joan Walsh, started a bizarre Twitter thread with unfounded critqiues of Trump’s White House event with the hero dog that took down an ISIS leader.


CNN’s National Affairs Correspondent, Joan Walsh, said she was “shocked” President Trump didn’t sexually assault the hero military dog visiting the White House on Monday.

Walsh dedicated a whole Twitter thread to critiquing the body language of both Trump and First Lady Melania Trump as they welcomed Conan, the dog that took down ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The president described Conan as the “the ultimate fighter” and awarded her a medal and a plaque for her role in the death al-Baghdadi. Naturally, Trump can’t give a heroic dog a medal without facing scrutiny from the mainstream media. Walsh described the scene as “terrifying” and wrote that the First Lady’s floral coat was “macabre.”

“This is terrifying. Trump and Melania exude coldness to Conan the hero dog. Melania … moves away from Conan multiple times,” Walsh tweeted.

The CNN journalist continued to share her bizarre and unfounded interpretations of Trump’s interactions with the dog, including Trump’s alleged “fear” of the dog.

Walsh faced backlash on Twitter by Trump supporters and others who found the tweets unhinged. She then feigned an apology, which not an apology at all but rather an apparent reference to the allegations of sexual misconduct against the president. Walsh said she was “shocked” Trump didn’t sexually assault Conan because she is a female.

“I am being slammed for my Conan tweets by MAGA and I do want to apologize: Conan is actually a female dog, God bless her. So I’m especially shocked Trump didn’t… well, you know,” Walsh tweeted.