Jake Tapper Pulls The Plug On Stephen Miller's Train Wreck Interview

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Trump immediately responded last week, calling Bannon disloyal and a leaker and saying he "lost his mind" when he was sacked from the presidential staff. "Watch the hatred and unfairness of this CNN flunky!"

His appearance on "State of the Union" ended abruptly after host Jake Tapper pressed him on damaging claims about President Donald Trump.

After Tapper asked Miller if Trump's tweet helps or hurts his cause, Miller went off about CNN's validity as a legitimate news network, saying that CNN has created a "toxic environment" and continued to deliver "fake news".

Another Hill political insider said, "Miller is relentless: He thinks the press are wrong". Miller went on to call Tapper "condescending" who was spewing "snide remarks".

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When Tapper asked questions, Miller often attacked CNN as running "24/7 with salacious coverage" of the Trump administration. These issues were discussed during a heated interview on CNN with adviser Stephen Miller, much to the chagrin of the president on January 7.

'You get 24 hours of negative, anti-Trump, hysterical coverage on this network hat led in recent weeks to some spectacularly embarrassing false reporting from your network, ' Miller said.

During the contentious interview, Miller offered largely combative responses and focused on presenting Trump as a "political genius", repeatedly refusing to answer questions until Tapper made a decision to cut him off and move to the next segment.

Throughout the interview, Miller repeatedly praised Trump's political prowess, knocking the "so-called political geniuses in Washington" who didn't predict the populist Republican's ascent.

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Trump also tweeted that throughout his life, "my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart". I don't know your source.

"I get it", he said in closing.

"You're not answering the questions.there's one viewer that you care about right now".

"It's tragic and unfortunate that Steve [Bannon] would make these grotesque comments so out of touch with reality and obviously so vindictive, and the whole White House staff is deeply disappointed in his comments, which were grotesque", Mr. Miller told Mr. Tapper before the conversation unraveled. "I think I wasted enough of my viewer's time", Tapper said, before putting his hand up to Miller's face and saying, "Thank you Steve".

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