While setting up for Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s press conference from Carrier headquarters in Indianapolis, a producer is heard offscreen joking with CNN on-air reporter Suzanne Malveaux about the possibility of Trump’s plane crashing. “That means his plane’s crashed,” the producer tells Malveaux while discussing possible hand signals to aid the network’s coverage. “No, I’m kidding.” The video was first obtained by TV news website FTVLive.com’s Scott Jones. In a statement Friday, CNN apologized for the joke and said the producer, who has not been identified, had been disciplined. Sources like CNN shouldn't even be reporting the news, since it seems now that President Trump won the election...CNN is expressing how desperate they are for the death of President Trump. Now heads of CNN are apologizing for the "joke" about President Trump getting in a plane crash, but I don't think they are serious about the apology since their are no reports of the producer being fired. No one should pay attention to CNN from here on out, because they are now in the business of wishing death on our new President Donald Trump...And who knows who else CNN jokes about dying. President Trump's Secret Service needs to investigate CNN, because it seems the whole news outlet of CNN really wants President Trump to die.