Jake Tapper Abruptly Ends Interview with Trump Adviser: 'I’ve Wasted Enough of My Viewers’ Time’

The recently published Michael Wolff book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” reveals details of United States president Donald Trump, his 2016 presidential campaign, and the White House. Many representatives from the Trump administration have been asked to talk about the details of the book, which has only created more chaos. Donald Trump’s senior adviser Stephen Miller recently appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” with Jake Tapper to discuss the Camp David summit, but the interview was cut short.

At one point during the interview, Tapper questioned Miller about Trump’s tweets in which he called himself “a very stable genius” in response to Wolff’s book. Miller believes that these tweets demonstrate Trump’s ability to hold office, “The President's tweets absolutely reaffirm the plainspoken truth: A self-made billionaire revolutionized reality TV and tapped into something magical that's happening in the hearts of this country.” The conversation eventually became so heated that Miller accused CNN and Tapper of only showing “24-hours of negative anti-Trump, hysterical coverage.” Tapper eventually cut the interview short claiming that Miller was only focused on pleasing the president, “I get it. There’s one viewer that you care about right now, and you’re being obsequious. You’re being a factotum in order to please him. And I think I’ve wasted enough of my viewers’ time.”


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