‘Flat out gross and disgusting’: Cable TV erupts at Trump’s Mika Brzezinski tweets
Hours after President Trump unveiled a couple of tweets attempting to attack cable television armies Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, talk shows across the political spectrum have featured long, often angry monologues accusing him of deploring his Office, as well as their wives.
Conservative Charles Krauthammer and Tucker Carlson criticized tweets on Fox News, Krauthammer said “Presidents do not talk like that.”
At CNN, Don Lemon and Anderson Cooper have dedicated their opening speech which is called Lemon Touches “Gross and Crummy” Trump.
And, during a CNN panel Thursday night, editor Kirsten Powers, USA Today, a lively debate began on the definitions of “feminism” and “misogyny” Lord Jeffrey, the MPP for Trump.
But even the Lord, who usually defends it, Trump said, “I do not think I should have done it.”
Few have been as passionate as Nicolle Wallace, a former communications director for President George W. Bush. On his MSNBC show Thursday afternoon, Wallace delivered a burned earth monologue.
“As someone who proudly called me a Republican, the party will be permanently associated with misogyny if the leaders do not stand up and demand a retraction,” Wallace said. The women in the Trump administration are struggling to publicly denounce their boss’s words and “work” behind the scenes to educate them about how offensive they are. ”
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Wallace said Counselor Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, National Security Adviser Dina Powell and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
“More importantly,” Wallace continued, “as the mother of a son, I ask every woman who defends these comments as they plan to raise good men if the most powerful man in the world falls apart.”
Other guest preservatives have been shared in their exasperation.
At the start of an interview with Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna Romney McDaniel, Fox News presenter Julie Banderas, said he would like to start this segment of health care, travel ban or controversial press projections of the White House outside “But I have to start with the President’s tweets.”
McDaniel defended the president’s instinct to fight the criticisms Scarborough and Brzezinski, but Banderas postponed, saying that Trump does not need to look at this level.
“I do not care who you are, you do not go over it,” Banderas said. “I want to say that it’s like me grunting my 4 years to use a bad word, and I repeated it. It’s not just how you can run a country or have a father at 4 years.”
Krauthammer, the dean of conservative newspaper columnists and frequent critic Trump said on a panel with Bret Baier, Fox News, Trump behaved as authoritarian leaders.
“Presidents do not talk that way. They never have,” Krauthammer said. “This is what it sounds like when you live in a banana republic.” So Hugo Chavez talked about his opponents.