Everyone But CNN

Last night President Donald Trump gave his State of the Union speech and got some high marks, even from the media outlets that seem to dislike him and the ones he refers to as "fake news".

Trump has been in office for just over a month and depending on which cable news channel you watch, he is either the greatest President we have ever had (Fox News) or he is the worst (CNN).

For the rest of us, it is way early to make that decision. Trump has been in office for weeks and no one can yet tell how he will shape up as President just yet. 

There is no doubt that CNN has gone against Trump from day one and Fox News, for the most part has praised him. 

Last night, Trump showed that if he sticks to the script he can act and sound more like a President. Words, for a President are easy, it's the actions that will tell his legacy.

CNN, Trump's harshest critic even had to admit that Trump did well last night.

Today, Vice President Mike Pence will be taking a media "victory lap" for the administration. 

Pence will stop by, MSNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, and Fox News in the morning. He'll do radio with Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, Michael Savage, and Sean Hannity.

 The in the evening, he'll do "The O'Reilly Factor" and "For the Record with Greta".

Where he won't go is CNN. 

Which means that CNN will be crying all day about how the administration continues to lock them out. CNN will have to rely on clips of Pence's appearance on other networks. 

Maybe it is time for CNN to start covering the administration more fairly.

The network admitted that last night, Donald Trump acted "Presidential," maybe now is the time for CNN to act more like a "news outlet".

And only then, will the administration and more importantly the public start trusting you again.