“John Bolton himself has been reduced to a tool for the radical Dems and the deep state,” the pro-Trump host exclaimed.
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“That’s not true, that’s not true,” Wallace interrupted Pavlich at one point.
“I don’t know what’s going on over at NPR,” the conservative co-host said. “I also think journalists are supposed to be unbiased in their questioning.”
The hosts of Trump’s favorite morning show worked overtime on Monday morning spinning the bombshell revelations from John Bolton’s forthcoming book.
“It’s also what lawyers do, which is depending on the facts of the case and the side they’re arguing, they find an argument to make,” Wallace said at one point.
“But look, it is going to be very difficult for some of these senators to stand up to this president. It really is. There’s just no question about it.”
“Rudy, we’re done,” host Steve Doocy begged at one point.
“Why not just say, ‘Mr. Vindman and your lawyer brother, take a hike,’” Carlson fumed. “They are not in control of the government. It’s not their government.”
“I think as usual I always feel like I live on a different planet than everyone that works on this show,” McCain groused on Thursday.
Co-host Jesse Watters taunted Adam Schiff, saying he looked like a someone who “tucks his t-shirt into his mom jeans.”