Ana Navarro had absolutely no patience for a Trump supporter’s attempts to defend President Donald Trump’s response to Charlottesville on Friday — and she declared that trying to argue with him was “useless.”
After Trump supporter Ed Martin spent the entire segment trying to deflect blame away from Trump by attacking CNN, Navarro told host Kate Bolduan that responding to Martin’s attacks wasn’t worth her time.
“As your friend and as your colleague, don’t respond to this,” she said. “They are baiting us because they want to change the subject. They don’t want us to talk about the fact that this president lacks moral standing, that he lacks a moral compass, that he doesn’t know the difference between right and wrong. So this fight is useless.”
Later in the segment, Martin continued trying to bait Navarro by taunting her for supporting Hillary Clinton last fall — despite the fact that she had long been a top Republican political strategist.
Bolduan then asked Navarro if she had anything to say in response.
“Honestly, I don’t want to respond to this guy,” she said. “Life is too short.”
‘How Marie Antoinette’: Ivanka Trump ignites a wave of mockery with her latest out-of-touch tweet
Over the weekend, Ivanka Trump tried to merge her interest in fashion with U.S. economic growth, tweeting about a new Louis Vuitton factory opening in Texas.
“President Trump and Bernard Arnault will open new Louis Vuitton factory in Texas next week! Thank you Mr. Arnault for honoring your Pledge to America’s Workers and investing in the USA!!” Ivanka wrote.
President Trump and Bernard Arnault will open new Louis Vuitton factory in Texas next week!
Thank you Mr. Arnault for honoring your Pledge to America’s Workers and investing in the USA!! 🇺🇸https://t.co/AQvCfHryf8
Trump campaign manager calls impeachment ‘a seditious conspiracy’ against ‘the people’s president’ in bonkers tweet
Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale on Monday posted a completely bonkers tweet that falsely accused House Democrats of leading a "seditious conspiracy" to overthrow President Donald Trump.
"Democrats have crossed over the line of partisan politics and have undertaken a seditious conspiracy to overthrow the people’s president," Parscale wrote. "Nancy Pelosi should step down for betraying her oath of office and attempting to overthrow our great Republic."
Democrats have crossed over the line of partisan politics and have undertaken a seditious conspiracy to overthrow the people’s president.
Pompeo State Dept. homepage advocates ‘being a Christian leader’ — here’s why that’s more disturbing than it sounds
The link on the State Dept. homepage goes to a video and the text of Pompeo’s speech to the American Association of Christian Counselors in Nashville, Tennessee on October 11.