Cooper: White House is ‘Gaslighting’ America to ‘Cover Up’ Porter Allegations

‘Gaslighting is when someone tries to make you question your own reality and sanity’

Anderson Cooper Lays Out How White House is ‘Gaslighting’ America to ‘Cover Up’ Rob Porter Scandal (Mediaite)

CNN’s Anderson Cooper kicked off his show on Tuesday night with an epic monologue delving into the current White House crisis over its handling of the domestic abuse allegations against a senior official — and accused President Donald Trump’s administration of “gaslighting” the American people.

“We begin tonight keeping them honest, with the White House continuing their effort to gaslight the American people,” Cooper opened, before giving a definition of the term.

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