Schadenfreudalistic – Watch what happens to CNN host when someone call them...

Schadenfreudalistic – Watch what happens to CNN host when someone call them the Clinton News Network


Schadenfreudalistic – you will watch this more than once!

CNN host gets REALLY “triggered” (I hate that phrase) when calls it the “Clinton News Network”.

This video is deliciously Schadenfreudalistic

Katie Olivia Hopkins (born 13 February 1975) is an English television personality and newspaper columnist. Hopkins first appeared on television as a contestant on the third UK series of the reality television programme The Apprentice in 2007. She frequently made personal and critical comments on camera, and turned down a place in the series’ final. She subsequently appeared in I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! on ITV and Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5. She has written a column for British newspapers The Sun and the Daily Mail and stood as a candidate in the 2009 European Parliamentary election.

Hopkins has been criticised in the media and by advocacy groups and politicians for her comments about migrants, and accused of classism and racism. According to Hopkins she is “pushing back the walls closing in on freedom of speech”.

Hopkins suffered from severe epilepsy from the age of 19; the condition was responsible for ending her involvement in the armed forces. In 2016, she underwent successful brain surgery to relieve the condition.

Early life and education

Katie Hopkins was born on 13 February 1975, in Barnstaple, Devon. Her father was an electrical engineer and she has an older sister. She was raised in Bideford, attended a private convent school from age 3 to 16, played sports and learned to play the piano and violin.

Hopkins studied economics at the University of Exeter, sponsored by the British Army’s Intelligence Corps. Hopkins completed her military training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. She participated in the Sovereign’s Parade that marked the “passing-out” of the cadets, but could not take up her commission due to an epileptic seizure. After Sandhurst, Hopkins joined a business consultancy and moved to Manhattan, New York, before returning to the UK in 2005. She joined the Met Office as a global brand consultant in September 2006.

Read more about Katie Hopkins HERE

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