CNN aired “Documented” last night, which chronicled Pulitzer-prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas‘ story. Vargas has gained a high-profile after outing himself as an undocumented immigrant and advocating for comprehensive immigration reform (watch our Media Beat interview with him after the jump).
But it was a CNN tweet revolving around the documentary that caught attention.
— CNN (@CNN) June 30, 2014
That twitter question drew the ire of many.
— Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) June 30, 2014
— natalie baur (@nataliembaur) June 30, 2014
CNN’s social media manager responded to the criticism, specifically answering a comment from BuzzFeed’s Adrian Carrasquillo.
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