CNN host Don Lemon defended calling President Trump a “bigot” and a “racist,” saying he was solely talking the reality and it doesn’t make the “CNN Tonight” host biased.Lemon is billed by CNN as a nonpartisan anchor, however reguarly assaults the president with far-left opinion. Mediaite’s Aidan McLaughlin confronted Lemon’s current rhetoric, particularly calling Trump a “bigot” and a “racist” throughout current segments.CNN’S DON LEMON CALLS TRUMP A BIGOT,’ ‘RACIST’: THOSE AREN’T OPINIONS, THOSE ARE FACTS’“Do you think that journalists should be more forthright in how they describe Trump’s behavior? Or… critics would say that’s exposing their bias,” McLaughlin requested throughout Lemon’s look on “The Interview” podcast that was launched on Thursday.“How is being factual, bias? How is taking evidence and someone’s own words and their own actions, and their own policies, and just presenting it back to the public on television or whatever medium — whatever journalistic medium you happen to be in — How is that bias?” Lemon requested.Lemon then cited Trump as soon as referring to “s–thole” nations and claimed he mistreats African-Individuals as examples of Trump’s racist actions. Lemon additionally referenced tales equivalent to Trump’s function within the Central Park 5 and a discrimination swimsuit in opposition to his late father.“How is that bias? That’s just the truth,” Lemon stated. “Now, if the truth isn’t on your side, then … what this administration will do is say you’re biased and say that everything is negative because they don’t have the truth on their side.”BRIAN STELTER GRILLED BY TEENAGE JOURNALIST ABOUT NETWORK’S OPINIONATED NEWS ANCHORSLemon then stated that Trump began his political profession by mendacity about there Barack Obama was born and calling some Mexicans rapists, “which is racism,” Lemon has stated.”It’s no surprise that this president’s protection is befitting his actions, his phrases and his insurance policies,” Lemon stated. “His policies, his actions, his words … are negative and his press coverage is befitting of that.”Lemon went on to defend CNN’s anti-Trump fame.“This man is the president of the United States and I think it’s very easy to say that CNN is negative or is anti-Trump, because the truth is not on Trump’s side, so he attacks us and we are here to tell people the truth,” Lemon stated. “I don’t really understand how people will say CNN is biased and focuses on the negative of Trump.”Simply final month, CNN’s in-house media critic Brian Stelter was placed on the spot when a teenage journalist requested in regards to the community’s overly opinionated anchors.Stelter appeared on “Raving Ryan” with host Ryan Anastasio, a Connecticut-based high-schooler who asserted throughout their prolonged dialogue that individuals can “most likely study extra” about present occasions from newspapers or watching information applications on the published networks than watching cable information.Stelter responded by saying “it relies upon. He stated Anastasio’s declare about cable information is “too broad of a brush” and acknowledged there are exhibits “which might be nearly purely leisure” that “solely deliver on one aspect.”CNN’S BRIAN STELTER CLAIMS THERE ARE NO ANTI-TRUMP NEWS OUTLETS, BUT HIS NETWORK’S COVERAGE SUGGESTS OTHERWISE “Do you suppose CNN does that too?” Anastasio interrupted.”Uhhh… properly, what exhibits are you speaking about?” a puzzled Stelter requested.”I feel at occasions, you do have some very opinion-based exhibits at evening time,” Anastasio defined.”So, which of them?” Stelter responded.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP”I’d argue most likely “Cuomo Prime Time,” “Don Lemon,” the 17-year-old reporter answered. “I wouldn’t say these are extra information, I’d say a variety of them are extra opinion-based exhibits, wouldn’t you agree?”The “Dependable Sources” host stated Cuomo and Lemon’s exhibits are “newscasts which have opinionated voices on them” however argued that phrases like “newscast” and “opinion present” are outdated to explain CNN’s programming.Fox Information’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.