Also, "terrible clanger streak", is that what we are calling routinely running with unverified information from anonymous sources? That's what seems to be hurting CNN the most, reporting from sources they're not given permission to identify. Don Lemon might not be sitting there lying his head off, but he is repeating the reporting of others on CNN who are using sources that most certainly are. How does that make CNN any different from Fox News when it comes to being a platform for distributing misinformation, or, to use the parlance of our times, fake news? You seem to have the position that if it's coming out of Sean Hannity's mouth that it must be a lie. CNN, on the other hand, is an endless stream of faces telling you about what some anonymous person told them about documents the reporter hasn't even seen. Not very transparent for the "truth" network is it. One only needs to look at the two lawsuits BuzzFeed is currently facing over their publishing of the Steele dossier to see how the game between CNN and the so called "intelligence community" works. Fusion GPS is a firm you're going to be hearing a lot more about in the near future, and they're linked to the Steele dossier and both of those Russian stooges that sat in on the meeting with Trump Jr.