CNN’s Jake Tapper and White House Advisor Stephen Miller Go Head To Head In Heated Debate [Video]

[VIDEO] In this video interview from State of the Union on CNN, you will see a heated debate between White House adviser Stephen Miller and host Jake Tapper. The subject is the salacious book Fire and Fury by Mike Wolff. Jake Tapper does his best to claim the lies in the book as truths and tries to stick it to the President. Mr. Miller’s spirited defense of the President and attacks on Wolff were ,ore than Jake could bear. You can watch and see the tension mount and the civility decrease as the video progresses. 

As Written and Reported By Pam Key for Breitbart:

Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” White House adviser Stephen Miller had a heated interview with host Jake Tapper over Michael Wolff’s book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”

Miller said, “The book is best understood as a work of very poorly written fiction.”

Things got heated when Miller said, “Your network’s been going 24/7 with all the salacious coverage and I know it brings a lot of you guys a lot of joy to try to stick the knife in, but the reality is that page after page after page of the book is purely false. I see sections of the book where events I participated in are described and I have firsthand knowledge as they’re described they’re completely and utterly fraudulent.”

Tapper shot back, “Nobody at CNN is sticking knives in anybody.”

After several exchanges where the pair talked over each other, Tapper said, “The only person who has called themselves a genius in the last week is a president.”

Miller said, “Which happens to be a true statement. a self-made billionaire who revolutionized — ”

Tapper quipped, “I’m sure he’s watching and he’s happy you said that……


CNN’s Jake Tapper Cuts Off Stephen Miller: ‘I’ve Wasted Enough of My Viewers’ Time’ – Breitbart

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