Trump calls out 'sleepy eyes' Chuck Todd, slams 'fake news media'

Claudine Rigal
Avril 3, 2017

While on a campaign stop in North Carolina back in July, then candidate Trump boasted about how he'd come up with the name for the NBC News anchor and then tested the insult out on Twitter, saying, "Sleepy eyes Chuck Todd, a man with so little touch for politics, is at it again.He could not have watched my standing ovation speech in N.C".

You know that the president really means it because "SURVEILLANCE SCANDAL" was in capital letters.

Thursday's hearing brought the Senate Intelligence Committee into the spotlight after its counterpart in the House of Representatives canceled scheduled hearings amid a war of words between its chairman, Republican Devin Nunes, and the ranking Democrat, Adam Schiff, both of California.

NBC's Chuck Todd said on Sunday that President Trump should start building bridges as opposed to making enemies if he wants to move forward with his agenda.

This weekend, it was NBC's turn to face the Wrath of President Donald Trump.

A second tweet was coming right up: "It is the same Fake News Media that said there is "no path to victory for Trump" that is now pushing the phony Russian Federation story".

President Donald Trump Saturday called out NBC News for its coverage of Russia's interference in the 2016 election, insisting that more coverage be devoted to the "Obama surveillance scandal". And in what way was the president himself involved?

With the Russian question on the other hand, reports suggest Trump's former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has asked for immunity in exchange for bean-spilling.

It would perhaps be politically wiser for the president to accept the investigations, issue statements respecting their integrity, and otherwise keep his mouth shut, but that's just not how this Twitter presidency is going to unfold. It's not clear what he hopes to accomplish, either, as his claims are not catching on beyond the base.

The tweets referenced a Times story Friday about how parts of the country may be without an Obamacare option next year. But he seems to have missed the nuance of the analysis.

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