Stephen Miller Rips CNN’s ‘Low Journalistic Standards,’ Denies Getting Thrown Out After Tapper Interview
Stephen Miller joined Tucker Carlson on Fox News Monday night, and naturally, the two were itching to rail against CNN’s “extraordinary bias” against President Trump.
Miller got a lot of attention over the weekend when he flew off the handle during his interview with Jake Tapper. Even though the CNN host had to cut Miller off after things got out of control, they kept their intense fight going off-camera, and Miller reportedly had to be escorted out of the building afterwards.
This was the focus of Carlson’s A-block, and he asked Miller if he thought CNN would’ve called security if they were interviewing an MS-13 gang member. Miller’s response: “I would assume if I were a member, they would be clamoring to get me into the voting booth.”
Miller used the rest of the segment to insist that the story of him getting dragged out of CNN was not true.
“I think that like many things CNN says, the story has the most important virtue of all CNN stories as being not true,” said Miller. “It’s just another example of CNN’s very low journalistic standards…CNN has been extraordinarily biased, extraordinarily unfair to the president and is not giving their viewers honest information.”
From that point on, Carlson moved the conversation to immigration, where he offered Miller softballs about the president’s vision for the border wall, migration policy changes, and challenging congressional Democrats on these matters.
Watch above, via Fox News.
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