CNN Claims “You Can Hear The Screams At Mar-A-Lago”

( CNN analysts and commentators took another hit at former President Donald Trump about his lackluster polling numbers and “low-energy” campaign announcement. Maggie Haberman and the co-anchors of CNN “This Morning,” made fun of Trump amid talk that he is losing the support of his base to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, according to Mediaite.

“I feel like you can kind of hear the screams from Mar-a-Lago from here over those numbers when it comes to DeSantis,” Kaitlan Collins said.

Haberman jumped on that speculating that Trump is not happy with the way polls are right now, as they show a trend of an eroding political base that was once his calling card. She also mentioned how the former president has not yet done any events. He is currently the only candidate for the Republicans but has been quiet, which is unlike others who have announced in the past.

Collins seemed to boast about getting all the reporters who covered Trump and said that he put out a survey asking his base where he should hold his first rally.

“So clearly he hasn’t picked a location yet, but it’s been a month now to the day, I think,” she said.

But rallies are expensive, according to Haberman as she questioned how much money he was raising. She said that people should keep an eye out on the type of events he is doing as if they are anything short of a rally then that might be indicative of his available campaign funds.

Don Lemon interjected in the conversation, saying that the announcement had low energy and asked, “who cares?” despite spending an entire segment on it.

In August, the network canceled Brian Stelter’s “Reliable Sources,” and CEO Chris Licht issued a warning call and told its employees that they should brace for “more changes,” according to Breitbart News.

CNN has undergone a tough time securing decent ratings as critics say that shows like Stelter’s spent their platform pushing the Democratic agenda and attacking the former president. The network is reportedly ranked behind both Fox News and MSNBC, leaving Warner Bros.