‘It sounds to me like he is looking for some way to take offense,’ the senator added.
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“Yes, that was news,” Rep. Krishnamoorthi, whose question provoked the answer, told The Daily Beast. “I didn’t anticipate that.”
“This is the reality of the president’s fans,” Tapper stated. “And they deal in memes and they deal in edited videos.”
Minutes after Wallace made his on-air remarks, President Trump celebrated it on Twitter, quoting the Fox anchor in full.
“A Hannity rule number one,” he stated. “No question should be longer than ten or 11 seconds.”
“But this is the same thing that Biden says and you’re OK with that?” Behar asked her colleague.
“If you’re working at McDonald’s or a small little restaurant where you're making tips, you are right. If you are nice to the people, you make a lot of money,” Earhardt said.
“Can you give me one name?” Smith pressed. “Just one name, governor.”
“You know what we need a 9/11-style commission on?” Pete Hegseth asked his colleagues. “How in the heck does someone like her get elected to Congress?!”
Wallace also grilled Miller on Trump's criticism of America, contrasting them with the president's claims that he's attacking the Squad over their supposed anti-American views.