Scott Adams originally made a name for himself as the creator of the Dilbert cartoon. The comic strip known for making fun of white-collar careers and cubicle life appears online and in 2,000 newspapers worldwide.

But in recent years, Scott has also become one of social media's most controversial commentators.

His video monologues and humorous twitter battles with trolls have given him a large and loyal online following

Scott Adams joined the Rundown earlier this week to discuss his career, meeting the President and his new book, "Loserthink: How Untrained Brains Are Ruining America."

He told our host Dave Anthony about how he tries to keep his career as a cartoonist separate from his sometimes provocative political views. Especially if the views are related to president Donald Trump, some who he has met and regularly supporters.

Adams has a lot of opinions and a lot of unique takes on our society and his book criticizes many common trends and beliefs he thinks are changing our country for the worst. He shared many of them with The Rundown, and due to time we couldn't get all of what had to say in a single segment

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you'll hear more from cartoonist and commentator Scott Adams. He shares more of his views on the President, his haters, and how social media and "Loserthink" is impacting our politics and culture.

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