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Watch: Even Fox News Has Had Enough Of Trump’s Tweets

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Watch: Even Fox News Has Had Enough Of Trump’s Tweets

Republican strategist and CNN commentator Ana Navarro has come down hard on President Trump and other Republican leaders who are “enabling” him. She appeared on CNN and responded to the president’s Thursday morning tweet aimed at “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brezezinki.
“When I first saw the tweet I was frankly disgusted,10” Navarro told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.
Trump’s tweet said that “Morning Joe” is “poorly rated” and that the hosts “speak badly of me.” The president went further claiming that both Mika and her co-host Joe Scarborough courted him for an interview at Mar-a-Lago during the New Year’s holiday.
Trump tweeted “She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no!”
Ana Navarro became unhinged at the president’s behavior saying, “I thought, this dude has such a fixation with women and blood, what is wrong with him?”, Navarro said.
“Then you remember that this dude, this disgusting dude is the President of the United States and you realize just how much he is diminishing the presidency of the United States … he is embarrassing. He is shameful. He is disgusting.”
Then Navarro took a turn and began focusing on the Republicans around Trump, including his family. She said that they have to stop tolerating and even enabling his behavior. “I’m really tired of hearing words like disappointed, disturbed, like I’m bothered, like I wish he wouldn’t do it,” she said.
The White House defended the president’s tweets by saying that he was responding to liberal bullying. The first lady responded by reiterating that when her husband is punched, he will punch back ten times harder. This response from Melania is taking a lot of heat because one of her goals is to end cyber-bullying.
Navarro said that Republicans and family members are “enabling him” by not calling out his bad behavior. She urged her fellow Republicans in leadership to “confront this and confront this hard, or it will never stop, and it will embarrass all of us. It will take the presidency low, low, low.”
When Wolf asked her what the president should do, she says, “Stop! Look if you can’t control your tweeting habits, then stop tweeting. Go seek therapy, go knit, find a hobby, talk to your wife, do anger management.”
What do you think about the way that Ana Navarro has responded? You can watch her interview with Blitzer below.
Credit:CNN

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