Author Michael Wolff attended Brian Stelter’s show ‘’Reliable Sources’’, telling Stelter that precisely he was the reason why people can’t stand the media! I loved it!
Wolf attended the show to promote his book titled “Landslide, the Final Days of the Trump Presidency.’’
He did it after Twitter spat between the two due to the book’s statements about Fox News.
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Take a look at it below:
Michael Wolff: "You are the flip side of Donald Trump… most people don’t want to turn to Brian Stelter to tell us what’s real."
Stelter: "Then why did you bother coming on CNN a few times this week?"
Wolff: "You know, I’m a book salesman." pic.twitter.com/iIC8jMNyBT
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Mediate transcribed one part of the interview. You can read it below:
“I don’t want you to think that what I said at that point was in any way inauthentic,” he continued. “I think the media has done a terrible job on this. I think you yourself — you’re a nice guy, you know, you’re full of sanctimony. You become one of the parts of the problem of the media.”
“You come on here, and you have a monopoly on truth. You know exactly how things are supposed to be done. You are why — one of the reasons — people can’t stand the media,” he added.
Stelter angrily laughed at it and questioned why he should do it in a different way.
“Don’t talk so much. Listen more,” Wolff responded. You’re the flip side of Donald Trump. ‘Fake news,’ and you say ‘virtuous news.’”
“No, we just figure out what is real,” Stelter said.
“Figuring out what is real is not so easy. And most people don’t want to turn to Brian Stelter to tell us what’s real. I’m sorry,” Wolff shot back.
“You know, I’m a book salesman,” Wolff said.
Stelter concluded by telling Wolff that he loves talking to him and that he was grateful that he came on.
“I guess let’s do it again in four years,” Stelter added.