Following Sunday’s train wreck of an interview on Sunday in which CNN’s Jake Tapper rudely cut off White House senior adviser Stephen Miller for a commercial break, telling his “State of the Union” in a parting shot that “I think I’ve wasted enough of my viewers’ time,” Miller appeared with Tucker Carlson Monday night and delivered a few blows himself to the network often labeled as “fake news.”
Tucker Carlson noted that following the heated exchange with Tapper, CNN security reportedly escorted Stephen Miller from the premises, an overreaction Carlson found strange since the President’s adviser was “not armed” or a “physical threat,” which created the perfect opening for Miller to deliver a zinger.
“I would assume if I were a member of MS-13 illegally, they would be clamoring to get me into the voting booth,” Miller quipped — a clear shot at the network’s clear pro-illegal alien bias in coordination with the Democrat Party.
Following the interview, Tapper and Miller continued to argue, according to a transcript of the back and forth CNN leaked to other members of the Democrat Media Complex, a clear attempt to embarrass Miller (although if anyone should be embarrassed, it’s the combative Jake Tapper who treats Democrat guests with kids gloves but is a pit bull with Republican guests), as you can see below:
Here’s a transcript of at least part of the not-seen-on-TV conversation between Stephen Miller and @jaketapper during the commercial break that followed the @CNNSotu interview… pic.twitter.com/NhBFrEeesA
— Arden Farhi (@ArdenFarhi) January 8, 2018
Carlson called the leak “striking” and Miller characterized it as “just another example of CNN’s very low journalistic standards.”
“It’s just another example of CNN’s very low journalistic standards,” Miller told Carlson. “I was glad to have people hear what I set on camera and off camera. CNN has been extraordinarily biased, extraordinarily unfair to the president and is not giving their viewers honest information,” he contended.
Sunday’s contentious interview with Jake Tapper wasn’t Stephen Miller’s only run-in with CNN. In August, he accused unhinged and whiny CNN reporter Jim Acosta of having a “cosmopolitan bias.”