You really should learn not to give credence to anything CNN says. It almost always turns out to be wrong.
So, I'm not sorry to tell you that you'll have to scrounge up some other nonsense to "get Trump" with.
btw, I don't watch TV. I don't even own a TV. But it took me about 10 seconds to do a search and come up with this information. If I can do it...so can you.
I really wish that Trump supporters would provide some sort of validation to their erroneous claims such as yours. At least site one instance if you can where CNN reported something wrong without correcting it once they found out it was. I have seen several instances where they reported something that was incorrect and they were quick to point out their mistake and apologize to their viewers for it. Unlike Fox who just outright lies constantly. But then, there are few (if any) credentialed, actual journalists on Fox. Even Hannity admitted that he's not a reporter or journalist, but he's a 'commentator', there just to comment using his own opinions, not any verifiable facts.
This is just a brief sampling of the blatant lies by Trump pundits and commentators over the years. The list is endless and not once - never - have even one of these people attempted to apologize or correct their misleading lies.
Says Ted Kennedy met "with the KGB in order to beat Ronald Reagan in 1984."
Says John Podesta’s email password was "password."
"In countries where there are higher, more strict gun laws, there is more gun violence."
"Almost 95 percent of all (Planned Parenthood) pregnancy services were abortions."
In 2007, when Nancy Pelosi met with President Assad of Syria, "nobody got upset."
"It will cost $50,000 per enrollee in Obamacare over the next 10 years."
"In 2011, (the Islamic State) attempted to attack Fort Knox."