NPR's Steve Inskeep had been hoping to interview Donald Trump for years, but when he finally got his chance -- it didn't last long.
The former president agreed to speak to Inskeep, who first asked for an interview in 2015, but the conversation ended after nine minutes after the radio host challenged Trump on his 2020 election lies.
He\u2019s doing it for the beer cozy and the tote bag— Molly Jong-Fast (@Molly Jong-Fast) 1641942226
Trump hung up on an NPR interviewer who was pressing him on his election lies. Is that normal behavior of a person telling the truth?— Ron Fancy (@Ron Fancy) 1641987236
Paging John Barron.— Little Mary Sparkles\ud83d\uddfd (@Little Mary Sparkles\ud83d\uddfd) 1641961802
On NPR, Trump also tossed one of his lawyers under the bus.\n\nKory Langhofer told a judge he wasn\u2019t actually alleging fraud. Trump:\n\n\u201cWhen you look at Langhofer, I disagree with him as an attorney. I did not think he was a good attorney to hire. I don't know what his game is.\u201d— Aaron Blake (@Aaron Blake) 1641987684
Ignoring him is a lot like ignoring a check engine light; it may seem like the most convenient response at the time, but it\u2019s probably going to be a much worse headache later. We have to deal with him.— Laura (@Laura) 1641942906
CNN just ran tape of Trump's hang-up interview with NPR \nHe seems angry, manic, nuts\nMelting down again\nAnd he hung up\n-fast\nInteresting that he chose to even talk to NPR\nIt's as if he thought he'd expand his reach\nbut you can tell when suddenly he realizes it's not workinghttps://twitter.com/mkraju/status/1481227565033570308\u00a0\u2026— Mona (@Mona) 1641987487
Every interview with Trump should be conducted with a rigor such that he feel compelled to cut it short and that the outlet will never again be granted an interview— T-Pone (@T-Pone) 1641987282
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