Chuck Todd has spent the past two years or so attacking President Trump on a daily basis. He can dish it out but when it came back in his direction the snarky snowflake melted…
NBC propagandist Chuck Todd is increasingly seething, especially as he brings the interview to close, about the way President Trump addressed him as a “son of a bitch” during the PA rally. In typical form, rather than acknowledging the achievements of the President, Todd attempts to build a case against him. He’ll then act like an unspeakable wrong has been committed against him when Trump responds. [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
Todd hijacks an interview with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin for his forum, steering the conversation away from Trump’s achievements on trade and North Korea onto the less-important issue of Trump’s nicknames for his opponents, first with Maxine Waters. Mnuchin dodges the question as to whether a hypothetical staffer could say Waters is “low IQ” and keep their job, saying that things are different with campaign rallies.
Todd then produces his next “piece of evidence,” the statement by Trump against the antagonistic “fake news” media in attendance. Todd distorts what took place as Trump encouraging the rally attendees to boo the media, which doesn’t really require any encouragement, and imploring them to cheer the Korean dictator.
He was really urging them not to boo Kim Jong Un, as he’s recognizing that N Korea is watching and it wouldn’t be helpful for the negotiations. Trump won’t be calling him a fat kid or rocket man at rallies either as long as the talks are unfolding. The truth is a frequent victim of Todd’s distortions.
Todd attempts to portray President Trump as an enemy of a free press, when in reality we have no free press, they are bought and paid for by the globalists and uniparty establishment. That’s a false argument. He’s an enemy of a weaponized media, of which Todd is one of the figureheads.
Todd wiggles in his seat as he attempts to grill Mnuchin on President Trump’s focus on the issues. Clearly, President Trump got under his skin and into his head. He’s visibly angry as he asks if they should just stop covering campaign rallies, not the professional conduct we would expect from an elite propagandist.
Taking a page from the Pelosi Democrat play book, rather than identifying himself and his own obvious fury over being called a sleepy son of a b**ch on national television, Todd attempts to portray it as “what do you tell the children.” Mnuchin says “there were a lot of funny moments in that campaign rally,” to which Todd snipes back, “yeah, they were hilarious.”
What’s really hilarious is watching Trump twist him up into a knot and how he can’t help but respond to it. Now that’s funny.
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