Why Trump Ended An Interview Abruptly

May 2nd, 2017 | by Super Admin
Why Trump Ended An Interview Abruptly
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President Donald Trump had an interview with CBS’ John Dickerson this weekend, and it was quite the doozy. While most of it aired on Dickerson’s “Face the Nation” — a show Trump jokingly called “Deface the Nation” — a clip that aired on “CBS This Morning” has been turning a lot of heads.

In the clip, the president can be seen shooing away Dickerson after the CBS host continued to pry about the claims the president made about the Obama administration’s involvement in surveillance of the Trump campaign.

Dickerson began by asking about whether the former president had given him any good advice.

“Well, he was very nice to me. But after that, we’ve had some difficulties,” the president said. “So it doesn’t matter. You know, words are less important to me than deeds. And you — you saw what happened with surveillance. And everybody saw what happened with surveillance …”

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source: http://conservativetribune.com/trump-shuts-down-interview-early/

  • VirgoVince

    ‘Dipstick’ is lucky Trump even bothered to talk to him, AT ALL!!

  • b/c dickerson was a -ick, that is why.

    • edwin

      The di-k was the person he was interviewing. you rightr wing booboisies have no class or commom sense.

      • Rex Whitmer

        No, that was definitely the interviewer. As with most Liberals, they want to paint a story with phony questions that can be re-interpreted in was that they didn’t sound like when asked! Dickerson went there to get a supposed answer, and got the right answer on the spot! He needs to stick to writing novels and expose for trouble movie stars!

        • edwin

          A seven year old has better vocabulary and can grasp content – and respond accordingly. That was just awful. He rarely gives SPECIFICS – no wonder everyone on the hill is “confused”. Might be the reason there is so much dissention – no specifics!!
          When Trump says ‘his enemies,” does he mean American citizens who disagree with him? Or criticize him? Isn’t a President supposed to represent all the people, even those who criticize him, seeing as that is a right protected by the First Amendment? Wouldn’t the label “my critics” be a better word? Unfortunately, I think that is the way Trump sees the world – you’re either a friend or an enemy, and you praise and sometimes help your friends, and try to undermine your enemies. Here’s the quote from above: — “TRUMP: No. We have to find out what happened. I’d love to find out what happened.
          DICKERSON: But you don’t think it’s the Russians–
          TRUMP: I can tell you one thing. Had nothing to do with us. Had nothing to do with this, and everyone knows it. And by the way, even my enemies on your show said, “We haven’t found anything that the Trump campaign did wrong.”

  • keepyourpower

    I would have never given him an interview.