Stephen Colbert edits himself into Jake Tapper's sizzling interview with Stephen Miller

Stephen Colbert edits himself into Jake Tapper's sizzling interview with Stephen Miller

Stephen Colbert edits himself into Jake Tapper's sizzling interview with Stephen Miller

Despite having "no knowledge" of the meeting, Miller said he was certain all of the allegations in Wolff's book are "a pure work of fiction" and "nothing but a pile of trash through and through".

Trump administration officials and allies defended the president and attacked Mr Wolff's book on Sunday. Miller initially brought up Trump's statement on Bannon's quotes in the book, in which he said that "Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency". The CNN host then cut the interview short and jumped into a teaser for the next segment.

"I think I've wasted enough of my viewers' time", Tapper said.

In an interview on Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Miller denied getting pulled from the CNN's "State of the Union" set after Carlson sarcastically asked if Miller thought he would have kicked out had he been an illegal immigrant from the violent MS-13 gang.

Trump optimistic about 'good talks' with North Korea
The paper reported that Trump did not give any inkling if the two bitter rivals have had established any contacts as of yet. The U.S. and South Korea also agreed to postpone previously scheduled joint military exercises until after the Olympics.

Despite its turbulent relationship with President Trump, cable news giant CNN heaped praise on the Commander-in-Chief after he launched his bipartisan effort to reform the nation's outdated immigration system; saying he "deserves a lot of credit" for allowing cameras into the tense negotiations.

In a series of tweets dispatched Saturday morning from the frigid Maryland woods, where he was huddling with congressional leaders at Camp David, Trump, 71, declared himself a "very stable genius" and "like, really smart".

"I've had to put up with the Fake News from the first day I announced that I would be running for President". Posting the text of a book without permission would violate copyright restrictions and potentially damage sales.

Michael Wolff, who wrote "Fire and Fury", spoke with Katy Tur on MSNBC. Holt responded by moving up the release date from January 9 to last Friday. "He left on his own will", Gidley said on Monday afternoon.

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