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- The White House canceled national security adviser John Bolton’s appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” according to host Jake Tapper.
- Tapper said Bolton was “fully prepared to do the interview” but that the White House ditched the appearance after President Donald Trump attacked a CNN reporter during a UK press conference.
- During the exchange, CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta sought to ask Trump a question after he attacked the network, and Trump responded that “CNN is fake news” and refused to call on Acosta.
The national security adviser John Bolton was scheduled to appear on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday morning. But on Saturday, Jake Tapper, the show’s host, tweeted that the White House had canceled Bolton’s interview after President Donald Trump attacked a CNN reporter during his trip to the UK this week.
“The president attacked CNN during his UK presser, and our WH correspondent tried to ask a question,” Tapper wrote.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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