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Nick Arama reported Sunday on the so-called “interview” CNN’s resident media hall monitor Brian Stelter did with White House press secretary Jen Psaki.

Their back and forth exchanges raised eyeballs among conservatives, one of who correctly noted that “you think it can’t get any worse until you watch it again.”

I mean, Stelter did not even bother throwing softballs at Psaki. It was more like Nerf balls. Here’s a sampling of some of the “questions” he asked in what he described as an “in-depth interview“:

“Busy summer ahead, infrastructure, election reform. What does the press get wrong when covering Biden’s agenda? When you watch the news, when you read the news, what do you think we get wrong?”
“There are times in your briefings where you seem so comfortable, then there’s times where you seem frustrated by the lines of questioning. So, I want to know what the job is like versus what you expected it to be like?”
“[Biden]said in his inaugural, we all have a duty to defend the truth and defeat the lies. Five months in, do you feel you’ve made any progress with that, defeating the lies?”
“For other P.R. professionals who watch what you do, for journalists who watch what you do, what’s your advice for them about trying to stay close to the truth in this world of lies?”
“You mentioned your kids, you have a daughter going into kindergarten, I have a daughter going into pre-K. And I think to myself, what kind of countries is this going to be when they are our age? Do you — do you fear that, given the craziness we’re seeing from the GOP? Do you fear that for our — for our kids, your kids and mine?”

About the only things he left out was asking what her favorite color was and what places she liked to visit in her off time.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and former Trump White House secretary Sean Spicer responded accordingly:

“How can we better serve you, Master?” https://t.co/kC9MuCfuHQ

— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) June 7, 2021

Alex, I”ll take questions I wish I’d

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