Stephen Miller delivered a knock-out punch to the condescending, anti-Trump CNN hack, Jake Tapper, forcing him to cut the interview short to prevent the truth from getting
Stephen Miller entered the toxic CNN studios for an interview with the Trump-hating Jake Tapper, and not only stood his and the President’s ground, but gone in a few gut punches along the way, damaging his opponent to the point he ultimately surrendered and cut off the interview.
In response to a weak attempt at validating one of the supposed claims by Steve Bannon published in the Democrat Dossier ll, the Fire and Fury tabloid fiction, Miller points out that Bannon wasn’t even at Trump Tower at the time. Whatever he said would have been hearsay or conjecture and “not even a remotely credible source on anything.”
Miller describes the account in the book, saying, “It reads like an angry, vindictive person spouting off to a highly discredible [sic] author. Miller describes the difference between reality, having spent the past two years working with President Trump, and the fictitious accounts in the book.
Miller forces Tapper to let him speak and calls CNN out for their 24/7 salacious coverage and noting “it brings a lot of you guys a lot of joy that are trying to stick the knife in.” Miller makes a statement reiterating the earlier statement by the president regarding his being a genius after a snide remark on the topic by Tapper that he’s sure President Trump is watching and happy that Miller called him a genius.
Tapper interrupts Miller with his “poor little hurt snowflake” persona, saying “I have no idea why you’re attacking me” after Miller tells him “You can be as condescending as you want, it’s part of your M.O.” Either Tapper is being his usual dishonest propagandizing self or he’s an idiot. He’s despicable but he’s not stupid.
Miller makes some major points on the bias of CNN and their failure to objectively report the news, which have Tapper on his heels. Tapper accuses Miller of putting on a performance for the President, “the one viewer” he cares about and at that point cuts off the interview, saying he’s wasted enough of his viewers’ time.
If they’re CNN viewers, they’re used to it and wouldn’t recognize wasted time if it bit them. That’s what happened in November 2016, and they still haven’t figured it out.
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