Debate Moderator Steve Scully Suspended After He Admits Lying About Twitter Account Being Hacked | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Debate Moderator Steve Scully Suspended After He Admits Lying About Twitter Account Being Hacked

Steve Scully, the C-SPAN political editor originally scheduled to moderate the second presidential debate, has been suspended by the network after admitting he lied about his Twitter account being hacked.

Scully raised eyebrows late last week when he posted a tweet directed at “Never Trump” personality Anthony Scaramucci, regarding President Trump.

“@Scaramucci should I respond to trump,” he wrote, then deleted.

The posting left many wondering why Scully would – days before a presidential debate – seemingly conspire with an individual openly hostile to President Trump.

C-SPAN quickly claimed Scully’s Twitter account was hacked.

“They can’t possibly go with this,” Megyn Kelly replied to the hacking claim. “How stupid do they think we are?”

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