Don Lemon Ends CNN Interview After Guest Kurt Schlichter Calls Bill Clinton a ‘Serial Sexual Abuser’: Watch Now!

Enough is enough. CNN's Don Lemon invited two conservative guests onto his show on Tuesday, December 22, to talk about Donald Trump's offensive comments at a recent rally about Hillary Clinton going to the bathroom.

But the discussion quickly turned ugly when guest Kurt Schlichter began taking shots at Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

"It's going to take a lot more for me to get upset at a woman who enabled a guy who turned the Oval Office into a frat house and his intern into a humidor," Schlichter said, referencing Bill's affair with Monica Lewinsky.

While the conservative guest noted that he would not be voting for Trump for president, he didn't think that the GOP candidate's comments were offensive or worthy of coverage.

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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former U.S. President Bill Clinton at the U.S. Department of State on Dec. 1, 2012, in Washington, D.C. Ron Sachs - Pool/Getty Images

"He's running against Hillary Clinton. He's running against the sexual harasser and abuser's enabler," he continued. "So again, I don't know why we're not talking about that."

When Lemon noted that Hillary should not be judged by her husband's actions from more than a decade ago, the two guests quickly disagreed with Lemon.

"She was given the choice of standing with a serial sexual abuser …," Schlichter began before Lemon cut him off.

"All right, Kurt, stop. Stop, stop, stop, stop. That's not fair. Can we stop that please? It is not fair. It is a low blow," he said, as Schlichter continued to shout. "This is the lowest of the low, and it has nothing to do with Hillary Clinton. It is just a cheap shot. Can we please stop, can we please cut him off? Thank you, we're done."

Watch the clip to see Lemon cut Schlichter off.

 

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