He's gotten a little bit of a bump lately but 41% is still shit approval rating and what's more important is the 51% that disapproves hates his guts. He's not really persuading anyone and as long as Democrats put up a likable candidate in 2020 he's toast.
How is it possible this man is President? Wish she'd had told him what a spineless orange moron he is and went full on fucking tyrannical for like 20 mins just berating him until she was pulled out. She's be an absolute hero / star and end up with a gofundme for fucking millions even if she was sacked
Speaking of which can we start a gofundme for a Paxman Vs Trump interview. I'd like to see him melt / implode when the first question asked to him is "are you an idiot?" and it gets continually more savage form there
I agree, when I initially watched it I thought she said "I am not thinking" and only realized it was "I am not, thank you," but Trump's response was totally not intended to be about her not thinking that she would be called on.
KATIE PAVLICH (CO-HOST): Look, I don't think he would've said anything different to Jim Acosta from CNN. So if we're going to focus on the him telling her that she wasn't thinking about something, which I'm sure the media will, in the environment that we're in -- he treats reporters fairly. And he's had this tone since he started out on the campaign trail with reporters. So I think that continuing to focus on it is actually huge distraction away from the news here.
Good Lord, this isn't just spin--it's a goddamn centrifuge.
So Trump says something blatantly offensive, but this host's 3 big takeaways from the exchange are: (1) Trump treats reporters fairly; (2) Trump is consistent in his actions; and (3) the media is distracting people from Trump's accomplishments.
Even when Trump says something so clearly and obviously worth criticizing, Fox News somehow manages to make the gaffe sound virtuous.