From the June 13 edition of CNN's Anderson Cooper 360:
KIRSTEN POWERS: Can I just go back to something that Jason [Miller] said? How was Sen. [Kamala] Harris (D-CA) “hysterical?” I don't really understand that. I mean, she was asking some tough questions --
JASON MILLER: I believe this is the second hearing in a row with completely partisan screed.
POWERS: But, how is that hysterical?
MILLER: It was. From my perspective, my, I would say objective, perspective, I mean it was -- it didn't seem like there was any effort to try to get to a real question or get to the bottom of it. She was purely out there to shout down --
POWERS: I think she asked a lot of questions, actually. She was dogged, there's no question, but I wouldn't say she was any more dogged than [Sen.] Ron Wyden was, would you? Would you say that?
MILLER: Look, I have my opinion on that. I think she was hysterical. I don't think that Sen. Wyden (D-OR) was really trying to get to the bottom of answers either. I think he was trying to drive a partisan --
POWERS: But he wasn't hysterical and she was. OK, I just wanted to clear that up. Got it.
MILLER: No, because she was trying to shut down Attorney General [Jeff] Sessions and I thought it was way out of bounds. This is the second hearing in a row --
POWERS: She didn't shout, actually, but even if she did, I'm just saying that they both were asking a lot of tough questions and I think calling her hysterical is probably a little gendered thing to say.
JEFFERY LORD: Hysteria is a neutral quality.
POWERS: What's that?
LORD: Hysteria is a neutral quality.
POWERS: And yet, it's just women that usually are called hysterical. But, I just think that she was asking --
GLORIA BORGER: You're being hysterical.
POWERS: Yes, I'm hysterical now, for example. But, I think she was asking a lot of questions and he wasn't being very forthcoming and I think there was a lot of frustration on the part of a lot of the senators there and it wasn't all Democrats who were frustrated.