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At the beginning of an interview with Republican National Committee chair Ronna Romney Mc Daniel, Fox News anchor Julie Banderas said she would "love to start this segment out about health care, the travel ban" or the controversial off-camera White House press briefings, "but instead I have to start with the president's tweets." Mc Daniel defended the president's instinct to fight back against criticisms doled out by Scarborough and Brzezinski, but Banderas pushed back, saying Trump didn't "need to stoop to that level." "I don't care who you are.
You don't stoop to the level of that," Banderas said.
Carlson called them "stupid and counterproductive" with "no policy objective." The tweet "brought joy to the left while embarrassing the president's supporters." "That's the real tragedy of today's tweets," Carlson said.
"They were a diversion." "'The president of the United States is the most powerful person in the world.
On various shows across networks, commentators noted that while President Barack Obama faced harsh and often unfair criticism, he didn't use launch personal attacks in response. People used to call him underqualified, a sellout to America, a hater of Israel," Banderas said on Fox News."As someone who once proudly called myself a Republican, the party will be permanently associated with misogyny if leaders don't stand up and demand a retraction," Wallace said, challenging women in the Trump administration to publicly denounce their boss's words and "work behind the scenes to educate him about just how offensive they are." Wallace singled out Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, deputy national security adviser Dina Powell and Education Secretary Betsy De Vos."Most importantly," Wallace continued, "as the mother of a son, I ask any woman who's defending these comments how they plan to raise good men if the most powerful man in the world gets away with this." Other conservative hosts shared in her exasperation.Hours after President Trump posted a pair of ugly tweets attacking cable TV hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, cable news talk shows across the political spectrum featured lengthy, often angry monologues accusing him of demeaning his office as well as women.Conservatives Charles Krauthammer and Tucker Carlson criticized the tweets on Fox News, with Krauthammer saying "Presidents don't talk like this." On CNN, Don Lemon and Anderson Cooper dedicated their opening remarks to what Lemon called the "flat out gross and disgusting" Trump's tweets.