CNN's Anderson Cooper slams yet another Trump supporter who claims he never heard the president lie
CNN's Anderson Cooper (left) and Trump supporter Paris Dennard (right). Image via screengrab.

For the second time this week, CNN's Anderson Cooper took a Donald Trump supporter to task for claiming they'd never heard the president lie amid news that the president personally repaid his longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen for the $130,000 "hush agreement" payout to Stormy Daniels in 2016.

When news of the payout first broke, USA Today's Kirsten Powers told the panel, "I don't know which Trump supporter I was sitting with, and we were all told that we were insane that we thought Michael Cohen was lying."

"We were all told we were completely crazy," she continued, facing Trump supporters Jason Miller and Paris Dennard. "And honestly, I think you're doing it again."

"First of all," Dennard said, "the president didn't lie."

Incredulous, Cooper asked the Trump supporter if he'd ever heard the president lie.

"Off the top of my head," Dennard responded, "I can't recall."

"No?" the host asked him. "So you believe millions of illegal immigrants voted in California and that's why Hillary Clinton won the popular vote?"

Dennard did not respond directly, instead saying Clinton lost the election to Trump "because she did a horrible job."

Watch below, via CNN: