Trump Calls Chuck Todd A 'Son Of AB**ch'

It appears Trump was responding to a tweet from Todd on Saturday afternoon directly replying to the president's calls of fake news

It appears Trump was responding to a tweet from Todd on Saturday afternoon directly replying to the president's calls of fake news

"I've never said that whatsoever, so I don't know why you're putting these words in what I'm trying to say", Mnuchin responded.

Supporters wave a jersey supporting President Donald Trump before he arrives for a campaign rally for Republican Rick Saccone, Saturday, March 10, 2018, in Moon Township, Pa. Saccone is running against Democrat Conor Lamb in a special election being held on March 13 for the Pennsylvania 18th Congressional District vacated by Republican Tim Murphy. On Sunday, she appeared on NBC News, CNN and Fox News Sunday - a national media blitz that doesn't scream "focused on MA". "You know he likes to put names on people".

Warren said in multiple interviews airing Sunday she is not running for president in 2020, and she told Todd the same because of her focus on getting re-elected to the U.S. Senate this November.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Sunday downplayed "vulgarities" uttered by President Donald Trump and argued that children should be focusing on White House policy instead of the president's words.

"You should obviously carry them", Mnuchin said.

But when it came to the North Korean leader, Trump was more restrained.

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Todd continued to lecture about role models, but Mnuchin said his focus is on policy, though he did note that "there were a lot of amusing moments on that rally". "Many people, including myself, raise their kids to respect the office of the presidency and the president of the United States".

Former Congressman Joe Walsh also went online to express his opinion on the matter.

Todd also spoke to Politico about the president's regular criticism of the press and trust in media following the Iraq War.

"Meet the Press, a show now headed by sleepy-eyes Chuck Todd", he told the crowd.

Not to be outdone, Todd took the insult and turned it on its face.

Trump supporter Collin Rugg accused the left of "losing their minds" when Trump fights back, despite liberals "spending all day attacking and slandering" the U.S. president. He accused all of Todd's Trump stories of being "negative" and containing a "false accusation or implication". "Democrats only like free speech when it applies to them", he tweeted. According to the president's Twitter account, he has been using the adjective to refer to the NBC host since at least 2011.

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