ABC’s George Stephanopoulos Took A Swing At Trump Advisor, Then Watch Him Immediately Regret It After What Happened Next!
ABC, together with CNN and many other liberal media are just some of the news outlets in this country which have dedicated their work towards achieving their mutual goal to take down Donald Trump and undermine his presidency.
Anyone standing at the side of President Trump is just a collateral damage in their quest. Now Stephen Miller, the Senior Advisor to the President has found himself on this end.
He appeared on the news to talk with George Stephanopoulos about the voter fraud issue in New Hampshire, when Stephanopolous started to attack him. Clearly, this was his intention from the beginning, but what he didn’t expect was that Miller would respond in the way he did.
Here is Miller’s answer to one of Stephanopoulos’s questions :
Stephanopoulos: “Do you have the evidence (New Hampshire vote fraud)?”
Stephen Miller: “I’ve actually having worked before on a campaign in New Hampshire and I can tell you, this issue of bussing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who has worked in New Hampshire politics. It’s very real, it’s very serious…
voter fraud is a serious problem in this country. You have millions of people who are registered in 2 states, people who are dead are registered to vote. 14% of non-citizens according to academic research at a minimum that are registered to vote which is an astounding statistic!”
After this, the news host tried to strike another attack, but Miller was not backing his ground. He continued confirming his statement that voter fraud is a major issue in New Hampshire that needs to be addressed.
You can watch the full interview and see for yourselves how it all went down.
When Stephanopoulos found himself at a loss of words and realized that Miller was about to destroy him, he cut the interview short.
It looks like he really didn’t expect the President’s Advisor to be this well prepared.
Stephanopoulos was probably relying on the assumption that he would catch Miller off guard and underestimated him, but he soon came to regret this mistake.