The Media Research Center sees no signs of penitence from the media, reported NewsBusters.
"MRC analysts looked at the past 24 hours of CNN coverage (from 5:00 p.m. Eastern on March 24 to the same time the following day), and found a total of 120 instances in which hosts or other journalists asserted that President Trump had not been exonerated. Those 120 cases did not include quotes from Democratic politicians or other explicitly partisan sources," according to the website.
NewsBusters has also pointed to an exchange between Trump attorney Rudolph Giuliani and CNN's Chris Cuomo on the cable network's Cuomo Prime Time telecast from March 25. In the video clip, Giuliani calls out CNN for the network's apparent overreach on the collusion story.
"You guys on this network have tortured this man for two years with collusion and nobody's apologized for it! So, before we talk about obstruction, apologize for the overreaction to collusion!" Giuliani demanded.
"Not a chance. Not a chance. Not a chance," Cuomo replied.
"Of course you're not. You're not being fair," Giuliani said.
"No, please. You don't believe that or you wouldn't be here," Cuomo responded.
"I am outraged by the behavior of these networks," Giuliani interjects. "Collusion. Collusion. Collusion. Collusion. Collusion. Collusion. No collusion. Apologize."
"Never," Cuomo said.