CNN’s John Berman Derides Trump’s Calls for Coke ‘Boycott’ (Video)

CNN’s John Berman derided Donald Trump’s calls for multiple corporate boycotts Tuesday morning, questioning whether the former president even knows what that word means.

“After a number of businesses spoke out against new laws proposing voter restrictions, the former president, Trump, got mad — so mad that he called for a series of boycotts against major corporations,” he told “New Day” viewers, referring to the pushback by big-name brands against recent voting laws in Georgia. “Boycott Major League Baseball. Boycott Delta. Boycott ViacomCBS. Boycott Coca-Cola. Boycott, boycott, boycott, boycott!”

He rolled a clip of “The Princess Bride.” You know the one, where Inigo Montoya says, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

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“Boycott means that you actually stop buying or using stuff,” stated an exasperated-sounding Berman, who next pointed out the now-infamous photo of Trump with a partially obscured Diet Coke bottle on his desk just after he first called for a Coca-Cola boycott.

A new report from CNN shows that Trump’s various hotel and hospitality properties are still serving Coca-Cola products, which Berman highlighted pretty enthusiastically.

“On April 8, a reporter enjoyed a Diet Coke at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. It cost $9. Hypocrisy ain’t cheap, but at least it comes with free refills! That’s not even a joke; we got two free refills,” quipped the anchor, moving on to point out other Trump properties that are still selling the Atlanta-based brand’s soda.

Watch below, via CNN.

JUST NOW: "Hypocrisy ain't cheap. But at least it comes with free re-fills."

Donald Trump's misunderstanding of the term "boycott."

In the words of Inigo Montoya, "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."

— John Berman (@JohnBerman) April 20, 2021

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