Stephen Miller appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show on Monday night to talks about the fallout from his contentious CNN interview with host Jake Tapper.

Carlson 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.”

“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.”

Furthermore, the senior adviser denied being thrown off the set.

CNN reportedly called security to escort one of President Trump’s senior advisers from the premises on Sunday following a contentious interview with host Jake Tapper, according to a new report from Business Insider.

According to Business Insider, Stephen Miller was “politely asked to leave several times,” but refused and “ultimately security was called and he was escorted out, the sources said.”

The interview grabbed headlines as Miller sparred with Jake Tapper over the claims in Michael Wolff’s new book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”

“The reason why I want to talk about the president’s experiences,” Miller said. “What I’ve seen with him traveling to meet dozens of foreign leaders with his incredible work. You have 14 -four hours a day of anti-Trump material, you’re not going to give three minutes for the American people to get the real experience of Donald Trump.”

Later, Miller asked why they weren’t focused on the major issues confronting the country.

“I have plenty of questions on immigration — you’ve attempted to filibuster by talking about your flights with the president,” Tapper said, pressing Miller.

“Don’t be condescending, Jake,” Miller shot back, with Tapper eventually telling him to “calm down.”

Miller was accused by Tapper of performing for “one viewer,” referencing President Trump, and being “obsequious.”

“I think I’ve wasted enough of my viewers’ time,” the CNN anchor said, before having Miller’s mic cut off. “Thank you.”


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