Speaking with publisher Steve Forbes, Fox Business News host Lou Dobbs took offense that ex-President Barack Obama criticized President Donald Trump while on an overseas trip.
The former president advised the current occupant of the White House to “Think before you speak, think before you tweet,” which offended the Fox host who claimed Obama “Doesn’t matter anymore.”
“I think U.S. Marshals should follow him, and any time he wants to go follow the President like he is, and behave…” a sputtering Dobbs said before changing directions. “I mean, this is just bad manners. It’s boorish and it’s absurd and he doesn’t realize how foolish he looks.”
“I mean, he should be brought back by the Marshals. Isn’t there some law that says presidents shouldn’t be attacking sitting presidents?” Dobbs asked Forbes who laughed off the question and quipped, “There’s an unwritten one. Sort of a Logan Act for ex-presidents, but it is unenforceable.”
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