A CNN panel on Thursday mocked Trump supporter Jason Miller after he accused members of the "Deep State" of leaking dirt to distract from President Donald Trump's State of the Union speech this week.
While discussing the latest report that Trump asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein if he was on the president's "team," Miller suggested that the entire story was a leak from within the United States government aimed at undermining the purported success of Trump's State of the Union speech.
"I think the fact that this happened back in December and then this magically comes out the day after the president's State of the Union speech -- you know, on Monday I tweeted out, 'I hear the speech is going to be fantastic, I wonder what the Deep State comms directors are coming up with," he said. "And then, boom, on Wednesday, somebody goes and leaks this out!"
Host Alisyn Camerota subtly rolled her eyes and started mocking Miller's wild assertion.
"Can you believe how the 'Deep State' has taken hold, now people talk about this so it's real?" Camerota asked panelist Ana Navarro.
"I used to think the 'Deep State' was Louisiana," Navarro cracked.
Later in the segment, Navarro took another crack at Miller for asserting that the FBI is a left-wing organization out to get Trump.
"I am so old, I remember when Republicans used to be against adulterer presidents, against Russian oligarchs and dictators, and for the FBI and law enforcement," she said.
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