MSNBC cuts Roger Stone interview from broadcast
 
A spokesperson from MSNBC confirmed the network has banned Stone, a political consultant, from appearing, the publication reported. 
 
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"With All Due Respect" airs on both Bloomberg TV and MSNBC. The interview with Stone, conducted by Bloomberg's Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, aired during Bloomberg's version of the show at 5 p.m. on Monday.
 
The interview lasted about 10 minutes. Stone talked about Trump's campaign and addressed his calls for convention protests.
 
But when the show then played on MSNBC at 6 p.m., the network cut to "breaking news" of a rally with Republican presidential candidate John Kasich. It also cut out a tease of the Stone interview.
 
After the rally, the network returned to the show, and the interview with Stone was never mentioned.
 
CNN banned Stone from appearing on its network in February, after he tweeted negative comments about CNN contributors.
 
Stone on Monday also threatened to "disclose the hotels and the room numbers" of anti-Trump delegates at the GOP convention, according to Media Matters.
 
"If Trump does not run the table on the rest of the primaries and the caucuses, we're looking at a very, very narrow path in which the kingmakers go all out to cheat, to steal, and to snatch this nomination from the candidate who is overwhelmingly selected by the voters, which is why I have urged Trump supporters: come to Cleveland," Stone said on Freedomain Radio on Monday.
 
"March on Cleveland. Join us in the Forest City. We're going to have protests, demonstrations."