Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Ex-GOP lawmaker defends Chuck Todd over Trump attack

Ex-GOP lawmaker defends Chuck Todd over Trump attack

But he did ask Mnuchin how he would explain the President's use of vulgarities to his children - something he told NBC Washington Sunday was a challenge for him.

Trump was in the midst of criticizing past administrations for their failure to denuclearize North Korea while complimenting his intention to meet with that country's leader, Kim Jong Un. Todd tweeted. "I know folks may be exhausted in the morning due to springing forward, so set those clocks and DVRs now before your eyes get too sleepy". "This is exactly the presidency he said he was going to have, that he was going to do things differently, disrupt Washington, make the establishment insane, make the media angry", he said.

"I've been with the president and, and at campaigns".

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"I know folks may be exhausted in the morning due to springing forward, so set those clocks and DVRs now before your eyes get too sleepy", Todd tweeted on Saturday evening.

"It's 1999. I'm on 'Meet the Press, ' a show now hosted by Sleepy Eyes Chuck Todd", said Trump, referring to the nickname he coined for Todd in 2017. "I don't know why you are putting these words in what I'm trying to say". "But again, don't take these campaign rallies and focus them on that's what it is". "He did that through the entire presidential election", Mnuchin said. Todd interrupted. "Don't worry about him as a role model?"

"Again, Chuck, this is something that is at a campaign rally", Mnuchin responded. "And the president likes making amusing names", he added, in reference to the president referring to Maxine Waters as "a very low-IQ individual".

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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says reporters should pay less attention to President Donald Trump's rally speeches and more attention to his policies. "And that's what we should be focused on, a week of policies". "When he uses vulgarity to talk about individuals, what are they supposed to tell their kids?" "Obviously, there were a lot of amusing moments at that rally".

"Yeah", Todd noted, "they were hilarious".

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