Trump-Backing Senator Has Mic Cut Mid-Interview After ABC Host Doesn’t Like Answer About 45 and SCOTUS

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ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos has made a career out of proving conservatives are right about the establishment media.

The former Clinton White House adviser has spent almost three decades as the walking, talking personification of liberal media bias.

But in an interview on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday, he outdid even himself.

Stephanopoulos was hosting Ohio Republican Sen. J.D. Vance, a vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump who has been talked about as potential running mate material.

The entire interview was contentious, but it turned almost openly antagonistic at the end when Stephanopoulos played a segment from a podcast interview Vance gave in 2021 in which he said that if Trump becomes president again, he should “fire every single mid-level bureaucrat, every civil servant in the administrative state, replace them with our people.”

If a court ruled against the administration, Vance said, Trump should “stand before the country like Andrew Jackson did, and say, ‘The chief justice has made his ruling. Now let him enforce it.’”

“Fire everyone in the government, then defy the Supreme Court? You think it’s OK for the president to defy the Supreme Court?” Stephanopoulos asked.

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