CNN abruptly cuts interview with Trump’s campaign manager after she dropped this truth bomb

The Left will censor anyone for saying the truth they don’t want to hear. But never has it been so blatant.

And now CNN abruptly cut an interview with Trump’s campaign manager after she dropped this truth bomb.

CNN removed Trump campaign spokesperson Karoline Leavitt from the air Monday morning, just days before the network is scheduled to hold the first presidential debate between her boss and President Joe Biden.

Anchor Kasie Hunt ended the interview just minutes after asking Leavitt what former President Donald Trump’s strategy was for taking the stage in Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday.

“President Trump is well prepared ahead of Thursday’s debates. Unlike Joe Biden, he doesn’t have to hide away and have his advisors tell him what to say. President Trump knows what he wants to say,” Leavitt started.

The spokeswoman then stated that the debate stage will be a “hostile environment” for her boss, accusing CNN’s debate moderators, co-hosts Jake Tapper and Dana Bash, of unfair coverage of Trump in the past.

“That’s why President Trump is knowingly going into a hostile environment on this very network on CNN with debate moderators who have made their opinions about him very well-known over the past eight years in their biased coverage of him,” she said.

Hunt swiftly responded that her colleagues were “professionals” before presenting a barrage of prepared footage of the former president’s previous comments on what he expects to face from moderators.

When Leavitt attempted to speak up and point out that she was “stating facts that your colleagues have said in the past,” Hunt continually drowned her out.

“Ma’am, we’re going to stop right there if you’re going to keep attacking my colleagues,” Hunt said. “I would like to talk about Joe Biden and Donald Trump, who you work for.”

“I’m sorry guys … Karoline thank you very much for your time. You’re welcome to come back at any time,” Hunt suddenly declared.

“She is welcome to come back and speak about Donald Trump. Donald Trump will have equal time to Joe Biden when they both join us … later this week in Atlanta for this debate.”

Hunt later defended the move, writing on X, “You come on my show, you respect my colleagues. Period. I don’t care what side of the aisle you stand on, as my track record clearly shows.”

In a statement to the New York Post on Monday, Leavitt claimed the on-air snub shows that the probable GOP nominee “will not be treated fairly” in the upcoming debate.

“CNN cutting off my microphone for bringing up a debate moderator’s history of anti-Trump lies just proves our point that President Trump will not be treated fairly in Thursday’s debate,” Leavitt said.

“Yet President Trump is still willing to go into this 3-1 fight to bring his winning message to the American people, and he will win.”

The drama transpired ahead of Thursday’s CNN debate between Biden and Trump.

Tapper and Bash will oversee the 90-minute showdown, which is a rematch from the 2020 presidential race.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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