Even some Fox big wigs are getting enough of Trump’s regular tantrum tweets. Chris Wallace, Fox News veteran, appeared on The First 100 Days with Martha MacCallum and actually criticized President Trump for his constant tweeting about the current scandal he has found himself embroiled in with his attorney general pick, Jeff Sessions.
Trump’s latest tweets are now demanding that an investigation be conducted into Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi and their relations with Russian officials. He tweeted:
‘I hereby demand a second investigation, after Schumer, of Pelosi for her close ties to Russia, and lying about it.’
I hereby demand a second investigation, after Schumer, of Pelosi for her close ties to Russia, and lying about it. https://t.co/qCDljfF3wN
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 3, 2017
Wallace had this to say about Trumps tweeting:
‘I don’t think this is politically wise for the president. I know it feels good. I know he feels aggrieved at the idea that any meeting that anybody in his camp had ever with the Russians, however innocent, becomes the issue, this big firestorm. I’m sure it feels good for him, and I’m sure it feels good for his supporters, but, look, he needs message discipline at this point.’
Message discipline? Say what? Wallace explained why Trump should tone the tweeting down.
‘We’re talking about this. We’re talking one more day about the Russia issue when we should be talking about Obamacare repeal and replace, about tax reform, education reform, his trip to Florida today, and he’s leading that. So that to the degree he is breathing oxygen into a story he doesn’t like, it seems to me counterproductive.’
Basically, what Wallace is trying to say is shut your orange pie hole Trump and people will forget about it. You’re the one who keeps talking about it and reminding people that Sessions left out a really super important detail during his confirmation hearings. The silly public will forget and let it pass, but you keep bringing it up and giving the press more “fake news” to write about. Shut it.
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