Rainey Center co-founder and President Bishop Garrison appeared on Hill.TV's "Rising" show with Buck Sexton and Krystal Ball on Friday to discuss the anonymous New York Times op-ed written by a senior official in the Trump administration.
In the segment, Garrison shares his disagreement with the anonymous author's strategy.
"I think if you believe there is a true life issue with the president of the United States, as you've mentioned, we have processes in place," said Garrison. "We have laws. We have whistleblower laws that allow you to come forth and put forth those issues that you believe are going to threaten national security and our way of life."
"That person should absolutely do that, but because of the way they did it, they put out this self-serving document in a newspaper that the president has vehemently hated ever since he's joined Twitter basically," continued Garrison."They've taken the eye off of what the content is, and what they were saying, and refocused it on the process, and made this more of a circus than it needs to be."
Watch the full segment at Hill.TV.
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