Anderson Cooper has HAD it with Florida's Attorney General.
On Tuesday, the CNN anchor called out Pam Bondi live on the air, asking how she could consider herself a "champion of the gay community" when she's voted against same-sex marriage in the past.
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The politician was clearly caught off-guard at the time, and is now claiming the AC360 host unfairly portrayed her, telling Florida's WOR radio station on Wednesday:
"When he posted the clip, he cut out the entire first portion that discussed people donating to legitimate funds."
The blonde also demanded the journalist either take down the interview, or post the entire thing online.
The news personality went on his show that same day to address Miz Bondi's claims, explaining that they're "factually incorrect."
The silver fox began by saying that he doesn't get into feuds, and wants the coverage of the senseless shooting at Orlando's Pulse to remain focused on the 49 people who were tragically killed at the gay nightclub.
However, he couldn't let Pam's allegations slide, saying:
"She's either mistaken, or she's not telling the truth."
And he proved this by whipping out the pre-interview notes a producer drafted based on things her own office had said!
Anderson revealed that those papers don't say a single thing about charity scams, which is the only reason the Republican says she was even doing the broadcast!
He also explained that their entire interview aired live, and the whole thing is online here!
Watch his clap back (below)!
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