White House policy adviser Stephen Miller was cut off by CNN's Jake Tapper after the conversation they were having about the new book Fire and Fury started to get heated. Tapper said, "I've wasted enough of my viewers' time," and and went on to tease the show's upcoming segment.
Miller wanted to keep talking, but Tapper wanted nothing to do with it. CBS News producer Arden Farhi tweeted out a transcript of what the they talked about during the commercial break before Miller was taken off the set.
Miller: "Jake, what I care about is having three minutes to tell the truth about the president of the United States."
Tapper: "You had plenty of time. I let you give like a three-minute filibuster at the very top.”
Miller: "You gave me two minutes," Miller shot back, later adding, "You should be ashamed of yourself. Honestly."
Tapper: “This is the reason they don’t put you out on TV, OK? This is the reason...You spent the entire interview attacking CNN ... OK, so don’t act all offended."
Miller: “I’m not acting offended. I am offended. I’m offended by you and I’m offended by your network.”