UNFAIR: Meet The Press Cuts Short During Kellyanne Conway Interview On Russia (VIDEO)

Do you think maybe Chuck Todd didn’t like the way the interview was going? Maybe he couldn’t drive the narrative because Kellyanne’s skillful handling of the leftist media was too much for him?

Well, Trump had something to say about that. It’s time these mainstream media types are called out for their bias.

The Hill reported this:

President-elect Donald Trump on Sunday blasted NBC’s “Meet The Press” for not airing a full interview with one of his top advisers.

“Kellyanne Conway went to  this morning for an interview with ,” the president-elect tweeted.

“Dishonest media cut out 9 of her 10 minutes. Terrible!”

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And while the MSM won’t ever show you the entire interview, we have it here for you:

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KELLYANNE CONWAY: In terms of Russia, if the report says that they attempted, I read even The New York Times stories, they’re saying they “aspired to” and they “attempted.” They did not succeed. They did not succeed to embarrassing this country on the world stage. 

They did not succeed in throwing the election to Donald Trump. That’s very clear in this report. And I don’t want your viewers to be left with any other impression. Read The New York Times outtakes, read The Washington Post, read the report itself. There is no evidence that Russia succeeded in any alleged attempt to disrupt our democracy or in fact to influence the election results.

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