REPORT: Chuck Todd exasperated by Trump: “We’ve all thrown up our hands”
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“Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd blasted President Trump on Friday for his repeated claim that “treason” was committed by those who authorized the surveillance of his 2016 campaign, saying the president “doesn’t even know the definition of treason.”
“The president just throws out the words ‘treason’ and ‘coup’ all the time. And we all have become numb to it. I feel like that’s problematic, you know? That we’ve become this numb. I know it is,” Todd told a panel. “It seems like we’ve all thrown up our hands. ‘Well, that’s just how he speaks.’ He doesn’t even know the definition of treason.”
The article goes on to state the following:
New York Times correspondent Charlie Savage agreed, but pointed out that there were “plenty of people” on the left who accused Trump of treason during the Russia investigation.
And @chucktodd just said the same thing I just said during my “Intersection” show preview as it relates to the President and the use of words like “treason” and “coup.”
Good to know Chuck is watching my daily preview.
— Jason Page (@TheBackPage) May 24, 2019
Chuck Todd Exasperated By Trump’s ‘Banana Republic’ Rhetoric: ‘He Doesn’t Even Know the Definition of Treason’ https://t.co/iiaMUMZzCD
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) May 24, 2019
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