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FLASHBACK: Remember When Andrew Dice Clay Cursed Out CNN Host, Walked Off Set?

I don’t think there is a CNNfn anymore as I do not watch the network but I didn’t realize comedian Andrew Dice Clay flipped them off.

Back in 2003, you can say without prejudice, Clay called out CNN and their fake news way before President Trump and he used not so many Sunday School words while doing it.

CNN’s media friends posted stories how the comedian got kicked off of the CNNfn set but he actually walked off because he felt they didn’t do their homework for the sit-down interview.

While being interviewed on CNNfn, Clay went into a rage, cursed out the anchorman and stormed off the set. He went into his tirade when anchor Allan Chernoff asked him about his experience working in a gym while he was out of the comic circuit.

“Running a gym?” Clay exploded. “Where did you get – you’re supposed to be a news guy. Where are you getting your [expletive] information?”

When Chernoff said CNN researchers discovered it, Clay shot back, “This is ridiculous. I come on CNN and the guy don’t even know what he’s talking about . . .”

“I come on the news two seconds and you want to – every time I do an interview, a guy wants to open his [expletive] mouth.”

Source: NY Post

WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE

I’m confused. What’s the Dice man’s view of CNN? He’s a bit vague.

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