MSNBC host abruptly cuts off guest when he dares to veer off anti-Trump narrative

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A guest on MSNBC found his airtime cut short when he dared to wish President Donald Trump success.

MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle abruptly ended a segment Tuesday when Robert Traynham went rogue.

Ruhle asked Traynham to follow up on guest Louise Mensch’s condemnation of Trump and his chief strategist Steve Bannon.

“At the end of the day, what he is saying from a rhetorical standpoint, it hurts, there’s no doubt about it,” Traynham said.

“But I want him to succeed because I want our country to succeed. we cannot fail,” he added.

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“We simply cannot fail,” Traynham tried to continue but Ruhle interrupted.

“OK, thanks Robert. We have to go. We’re going to go. We’re going to take a break,” she said.

Twitter users reacted, debating whether the cut off was due to the poor timing of a scheduled break in programming or an intentional shut-down of anything pro-Trump.

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