Jon Snow, who has been critical of the White House's "fake news" claims, mocked the President for his media strategy.
Having invited former foreign policy advisor Carter Page on for an interview, he thanked his guest for his attendance on the "factual news" programme.
The Channel 4 News host cut Mr Carter off at the first hint of the American mentioning "fake news", which has dominated the White House press office recently.
Jon Snow cut off a former Trump advisor after mentioning fake news
Thank you for coming onto a factual news – thank you very much
Mr Carter replied: "So many ambassadors in Cleveland from around the world at the Republican National Convention.
"They always starting asking very tough questions about… They were talking about a lot of the same false accusations and misrepresentations – and that goes back to the fake news issue…"
Snow swiftly interjects, cutting off his guest and ending the segment, he said: "Well, the fake news issue is something we've dealt a lot with.
"Thank you for coming onto a factual news – thank you very much."
Mr Carter has recently surrounded himself in controversy as one of two key figures involved in a probe of Russian interference during the election.
The former foreign advisor alongside President Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort have denied contacting anyone associated with Russia before their former boss took office.
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Snow pressed: "You were a foreign policy adviser to Mr Trump and one presumes it was your life in Moscow that recommends you for that job.
Mr Carter replied: "That's totally false," noting he was one member of a foreign policy team.
He added: "It's exactly as we discussed last year, no-one from the FBI has ever contacted me – it's all a complete sham investigation."
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