It usually doesn't take much for RNC Spokesman Sean Spicer to lose his lunch on TV, so when CNN's Michael Smerconish quizzed him about Russia's hacking the RNC story, he almost had an brain aneurysm.
It was a heated debate for over nine minutes.
Spicer continually dismissed U.S. intelligence agencies as well as the NY Times and Washington Post, that have been saying Russia hacked it's way through our election process.
Spicer said the newspapers were 'reprehensible" for writing those articles. He also swears certain intelligence agencies are pushing a personal agenda.
Yes, just like the FBI's James Comey did to help Donald Trump. Oh, wait. Spicer never mentioned that one.
"I know that we have worked with Intelligence agencies right now that are saying that we have not been hacked. "Our own systems show that we have not been hacked."
Spicer said, "If (US Intelligence communities are) so certain it happened, why won't they go on the record and say it? I don't understand it. It doesn't make any sense."
Smerconish said, "I'm casting doubt on whether Sean Spicer can definitively know the answer to the question of the extent of the Russian hack and my frustration is at the idea that until this thing is fully developed already President-elect Trump is saying, 'Move on folks there's nothing to see here."
"I'm also troubled by the idea that my President-elect is already throwing under the bus the Intelligence community with whom he's going to have to work on life and death matters," he said.
Smerconish also asked, ""Why aren't we as Americans upset about the fact that a foreign hostile actor apparently put his thumb on the scale in our election and why doesn't Donald Trump want to get to the bottom of that as he takes office."
Spicer replied that he and Trump were upset about foreign governments influencing our election process, but then questioned the veracity of US Intelligence services.
"What proof does anyone have that they affected the outcome because I've heard zero. Show me what facts have actually shown that anything undermined that election."