Shep Smith drills into Trump for refusing to condemn Russian meddling: ‘Not once, not on Twitter, not anywhere’
Shepard Smith. (Fox News/Screenshot)

Fox News anchor Shepard Smith called out President Donald Trump's "Twitter rampage" during a gripping examination of the commander in chief's latest meltdown.

"First from the Fox News deck this Monday afternoon, the president spent the weekend defending himself, misrepresenting the truth and attacking others -- from his phone in Florida," Smith observed.

"The president attacked the Justice Department, FBI and his National Security Adviser, H.R. McMaster. He attacked Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA), Democrats and the DNC. He attacked Hillary Clinton, President Obama, the previous Congress and the news media before going after Oprah Winfrey," Smith listed.

The host seemed even more concerned with what President Trump did not do.

"He did not attack Vladimir Putin or Russia," Smith reminded. "Nor did he express concerns that the Russians attacked the United States."

"Nor did he pledge in any way to measures in place to stop future attacks," he continued.

"The president stormed Twitter from Mar-a-Largo, after Robert Mueller gave the most concrete evidence yet of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election," Smith noted.

"The president's spokespersons have been on television denouncing the meddling. The president has not, not once, not on camera, not on Twitter, not anywhere," Smith reported.