CNN ‘Commentator’ Responds To Illegal Immigration By Filing Her Nails

Ana Navarro from CNN filed her nails as a President Trump supporter spoke about crimes committed by immigrants crossing into the United States illegally during a heated debate on Wednesday. 

Steve Cortes serves on Trump’s Hispanic Advisory Council and he attempted during an appearance on CNN’s “Chris Cuomo Prime Time” to refer to reports that call into question the argument that undocumented immigrants commit fewer crimes than American citizens. But host Chris Cuomo accused him of injecting “fake news” into the conversation.

“It’s fake news for you to inject B.S. and say that it’s equal to the real data,” Cuomo said.

“It’s not B.S.,” Cortes retorted. “Even if I were to grant you that, OK, the point is the illegal alien crime rate should be zero.”

While Cortes was making his argument, the screen went to three boxes with Cortes, Cuomo and Navarro each in a box. Navarro could be seen filing her nails. 

“You can do your nails,” Cortes said in addressing her. “You know who can’t do their nails are people who have been killed, Ana, by dangerous known illegal aliens who have been allowed to stay in this country because of the leftist policies that people like you promote in so-called sanctuary cities.”

The whole segment got even more heated when Cortes called Navarro a “de facto leftie.” Navarro, who supported former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in the 2016 GOP presidential primary, is one of Trump’s most outspoken critics on cable news.

“This is the most conservative president since Ronald Reagan,” Cortes countered as Navarro continued talking over him. “He might be the most conservative president since Calvin Coolidge. So if you oppose the conservative policies of this president, you are de facto leftie.”

“He is not a conservative!” Navarro shot back after noting she was a Republican “when Trump was a Democrat.”

“Do you think that having sex with a stripper is conservative values? Do you think cheating on the stripper with a Playboy bunny is conservative values?” she said.

Credit: The Hill