In this fun house hall of mirrors known as "Resistance Twitter", it's fine for CNN to paint a giant bullseye on the back of the Trump administration from day one (remember, only 5% of all coverage in the entire media is positive), and then refuse to go to a friggin' Christmas Party as some meaningful sign of political opposition.
"CNN will not be attending this year's White House Christmas party", a CNN statement read.
Under fire from Trump, the network says it would be 'inappropriate to celebrate with him as his invited guests'.
News of CNN's plans to boycott the event was greeted positively by White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.
A Harvard study in May documented the network's anti-Trump bias and found that while the President dominated news coverage in his first 100 days, that coverage was nearly entirely negative - with 93 percent of CNN's coverage critical of the Trump administration.
On Saturday, Trump tweeted, without evidence, that CNN was a "major source of (Fake) news".
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders made CNN's point in her response to the news. Many people have commented on social media networks that they are happy to see the White House Crèche, or Nativity set that has been a tradition at the White House for 45 years.
CNN officials believe that the tweet could potentially endanger CNN International journalists who are working in locations worldwide that are hostile to Western reporters, according to Politico.
Trump declared at the Values Voters Summit in October that the phrase would be brought back. Its new marketing slogan - "Facts first" - was likely inspired by Trump. They are all bad.
Trump also tweeted, on Monday, an announcement he wanted to start a new TV trophy show, to dispense his Fake News Trophy.
'Bah, humbug!' It says to all of that chicanery, it will make no amends with the feared and despised Trump administration, what with all of its talk of "fake news" and triggering Anderson Cooper with the hurling of much paper towels.
On Monday the department sued AT&T to block the merger with the justification that it will hurt competition and consumers. Cease protecting Democrats. Halt the double standards when it comes to President Trump and the Republican Party. "Dealing with them is a total waste of time!" he said.