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Trump mocks Steve Scully after ex-debate moderator gets suspended for lying about Twitter hack
'I said he would not be appropriate because of conflicts. I was right,' Trump tweeted
By Brian Flood, Joseph A. Wulfsohn | Fox News

    President Trump mocked now-suspended C-SPAN political editor Steve Scully on Friday morning after the veteran journalist admitted he lied that his Twitter account was hacked after his message to former Trump aide-turned-adversary Anthony Scaramucci emerged.

Scully, the "Washington Journal" host who was slated to moderate the now-canceled town hall debate between President Trump and Joe Biden, was suspended indefinitely on Thursday. 

Scully went viral last week after a tweet sent from his account indicated he had reached out to the former White House communications director – but he claimed his account was hacked before he admitted that he did send the message. 

“Steve Scully of @cspan had a very bad week. When his name was announced, I said he would not be appropriate because of conflicts,” Trump tweeted. “I was right! Then he said he was hacked, he wasn’t. I was right again! But his biggest mistake was “confiding” in a lowlife loser like the Mooch. Sad!”

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Did Scully scuttle the Presidential debates commission by exposing its bias even more than the obvious partisanship "moderators" display during debates?
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Trump mocks Steve Scully after ex-debate moderator gets suspended for lying about Twitter hack
'I said he would not be appropriate because of conflicts. I was right,' Trump tweeted
By Brian Flood, Joseph A. Wulfsohn | Fox News

    President Trump mocked now-suspended C-SPAN political editor Steve Scully on Friday morning after the veteran journalist admitted he lied that his Twitter account was hacked after his message to former Trump aide-turned-adversary Anthony Scaramucci emerged.

Scully, the "Washington Journal" host who was slated to moderate the now-canceled town hall debate between President Trump and Joe Biden, was suspended indefinitely on Thursday. 

Scully went viral last week after a tweet sent from his account indicated he had reached out to the former White House communications director – but he claimed his account was hacked before he admitted that he did send the message. 

“Steve Scully of @cspan had a very bad week. When his name was announced, I said he would not be appropriate because of conflicts,” Trump tweeted. “I was right! Then he said he was hacked, he wasn’t. I was right again! But his biggest mistake was “confiding” in a lowlife loser like the Mooch. Sad!”

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https://www.foxnews.com/media/trump-mocks-steve-scully-debate


I don't see any mock. I see some truth telling.  What was the mock?  Telling the facts is now mocking?  Like saying some truth about blacks,  is being racist?   FACTS ARE JUST FACTS.  I don't get it. 
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