Here’s what he said.
According to the Daily Caller, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows slammed Fox News host Chris Wallace after Wallace questioned Meadows about QAnon.
“The president was asked this week about QAnon, a conspiracy-theory group that the FBI has called a domestic terror threat. He was — the president said he was thankful for the support of people in QAnon,” Wallace said, asking, “You can end this controversy right now. Does the president disavow, does he condemn QAnon?”
“Well listen, we don’t even know what it is,” Meadows replied.
“It’ not a central part of what the president is talking about. I don’t even know if it’s credible,” Meadows continued.
“It’s not my first question. It’s my last question,” Wallace insisted.
“You’re bringing it up, and it’s ridiculous,” Meadows fired back. “If we want to talk about conspiracy, let’s get back to talking about how the FBI and others within the FBI —”
“This president is not for hate so I can tell you if it’s a hate group, let’s look at domestic terrorism and look at Antifa and a number of other areas and quit spending time on something that 81% of Republicans don’t even know you’re talking about,” Meadows continued. You can read the full article here.