British-born Sebastian Gorka began to callously attack Davis after the host mocked Trump for being a “childish” and “narcissistic” President who is obsessed with expressing his campaign victory instead of leading the free world.
Shocked after his boss was disrespected, Gorka hit back at Davis and claimed it was only “journalists who don’t like him [Trump] and have an agenda” are the ones who think he is obsessed with his campaign victory.
Sebastian Gorka accused Evan Davis of fake news in fierce debate
Gorka who recently captured media attention after he was pictured wearing a medal linked to Hungarian Nazi sympathisers, was quick to defend his administration.
He boasted: “We’ve done more work in one month than the prior administration achieved in six months… to say we’re basking in a former glory, please be a little bit more factual yourself otherwise you’ll be accused of fake news as well.”
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Disgusted as the President’s assistant threatened him, Davis attacked Gorka, remarking: “It’s not fake news, we’re trying to understand what is going on there were not making factual claims, a lot of the time, we’re asking questions you don’t like.”
Davis then asked Gorka to explain what action Trump was planning to take on the media, implying the US President could silence news organisations he didn’t like.
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In a bid to defend the BBC Davis, leant over the table to speak
But the President’s assistant grew visibly ill-tempered and ridiculed Davis as he said: “You have just committed fake news, you are implying there is an intent to take action against the media.”
Throughout the interview, Gorka referred to Trump’s administration as a “fine-tuned machine” and claimed there was no “disorder or chaos as some in the media would like there to be.”
Yesterday, President Trump publicly attacked BBC journalist Jon Sopel, who attempted to quiz the 70-year-old over his travel ban policy.
Following his boss’s war against the media, Gorka said each day he read the newspapers, he read a hefty amount of fake news that “8 out of 9 times was fabricated”.