Don Lemon, who once asked a guest on CNN if Malaysian Flight 370 could have been eaten by a black hole or “the movie LOST,” has a brand new nickname.
Trenton Garmon, a lawyer representing embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, appeared on a CNN segment with Lemon to discuss the allegations against his client.
Without hesitation, Garmon unleashed a bizarre nickname for Lemon: “Don Easy-Peezy Lemon Squeezy.”
You can see the hatred in Lemon’s eyes as Garmon repeats the insult at the beginning and end of the interview.
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Lemon asked, “Why would Leigh Corfman and the other accusers make up a story like this?”
Garmon answered, “Yeah, man, it is great to be on here, Don. I appreciate it. I hope to give you the name ‘Don easy peasy Lemon squeezy’ right–you’ll take it easy on me.”
Lemon seemed unfazed by the first time Garmon said this. However, later in the interview, Garmon refers to his nickname for the CNN host again.
Lemon says, “What I said specifically at the top of the show was that the statute of limitations has run out, so there will be no judge and jury, there will be no process. The process is that a woman has come forward on the record…”
“Okay. I hear you,” Garmon responds, “But hey, Don Lemon squeezy keep it easy–”
“It’s just Lemon. Hold on, my mom didn’t name me Don Lemon keep it easy squeezy, just it’s just Don Lemon.”
It seems that President Trump’s method of “branding” the enemy with ridiculous and absurd nicknames is catching on, and fast. Imitation is flattery!