'Let me interrupt your campaign speech': Chris Wallace nails Larry Kudlow for blatant Hatch Act violation
Chris Wallace speaks to Larry Kudlow (Fox News/screen grab)

Fox News host Chris Wallace accused White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow of making a campaign speech during a recent interview.


While appearing on Fox News Sunday, Wallace asked Kudlow about Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) speech alleging that the tax code is made to benefit millionaires and billionaires.

"I don't understand in general... what planet they are describing," Kudlow said. "The United States economy is booming."

Wallace attempted to interrupt, but Kudlow continued talking.

"These are factual issues!" Kudlow exclaimed. "I understand that there is a political spin. But these are factual, measurable areas. And I do not understand their narrative. We are in a strong prosperity."

"Let me interrupt your campaign speech," Wallace chuckled.

"It's not a campaign speech!" Kudlow shouted. "I'm citing facts and figures!"

Kellyanne Conway, White House special counselor to the president, was recently accused of violating the Hatch Act, which prevents federal employees from campaigning.

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