Even though Donald Trump came out the winner in the 2016 presidential election, he's continued to push the debunked conspiracy theory of voter fraud. While Trump insists his popular vote defeat was the result of illegal voting, he's not the only person in the White House to push the theory.

CNN on voter fraud

President Donald Trump has claimed that as many as five million illegal votes were cast last November, which allegedly led to his popular vote loss to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. In recent weeks, the issue of voter fraud has been brought up by the commander in chief, which was once again on display over the weekend after White House advisor stephen miller came under fire for making controversial remarkstw.

The issue was front and center during a CNN segment on February 13, which led to host Jon King giving his thoughts in an aggressive matter.

Speaking to a panel of guests on Thursday afternoon, CNN host Jon King showed clips of Stephen Miller, who has been criticized for his comments over the weekend. In addition to Miller announcing that the Trump administration "will not be questioned" and that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is always "100 percent right," he also lost his cool when it came to pushing the voter fraud myth. "There are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote," Miller said during his ABC News interview, before shouting, "That is a scandal!" King played a clip of the segment, and then gave his opinion.

"Ask Democrats, ask Republicans, ask anybody in New Hampshire, they will tell you that is ludicrous," Jon King told his panel guests. King then directed his attention to Miller, and he didn't hold back his criticism.

"He's (Miller) a tax-payed employee, standing in the White House briefing room, spewing garbage," he said. King's comments come just hours after MSNBC hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski went off in a lengthy rant about how Miller is embarrassing the administration.

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Whether Stephen Miller faces any backlash from Donald Trump remains to be seen, but his remarks do fall in line with the rhetoric of other White House officials, and also the president himself.

While it's only been three weeks since Trump was sworn into office, it appears their feud with the media is not going to end anytime soon.