End an argument Trusted Source sunday segment, Michael Wolff Criticize CNN’s Brian Stelter directly and tell him, “You are full of sanctity.”
Stelter vs Wolff over his new book statement about Fox News earlier in the interview, and ended things by recalling the last time Wolff was on the show.
Back in 2017, Wolff tell Stelter, “I mean this isn’t really disrespectful, but I think you can limit being a pretty ridiculous character. Repeatedly and legitimately defending one’s self-interest is not the way to go. The media should not be the story. Every week in this religious sense, you make it the story. We are not the story. “
A day later, the then President Donald Trump called Wolff, and that led Stelter to ask the author if that’s his way of getting into the White House – “by going on CNN and mocking us”.
Wolff said his deal predated that segment, but confirmed Trump called him the next day and thanked him.
“I don’t want you to think that what I said at the time was not authentic in any way,” he continued. “I think the media has done a terrible job in this. I think to myself – you’re a good guy, you know, you’re full of dignity. You become part of the media’s problem. “
“You come here and you have a monopoly on the truth, you know exactly how things have to be done. You’re the reason why – one of the reasons – people can’t stand the media,” he added.
Stelter laughed and asked what he should do differently.
“Don’t talk much, listen more,” Wolff replied.
He told Stelter he was “extremely repetitive” and even said, “You’re the flip side of Donald Trump. “Fake news,” and you say “moral news.”
“No, we just found out what was real,” Stelter said.
“Finding out where is not so easy. And most people don’t want to turn to Brian Stelter to tell us what’s real. I’m sorry,” Wolf replied.
Stelter then laughed and asked why, he’s been on CNN a few times in the past week.
“You know, I’m a bookseller,” said Wolff.
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