On Thursday, Fox Business News host Neil Cavuto slammed President Donald Trump by playing clips of former presidents apologizing for their mistakes, which is something that President Trump has failed to do.
“When a problem comes along you must admit it. I’m telling you some of our most noted presidents have been through it and survived it,” Cavuto said right before he played the series of clips.
He then showed a video of past presidents including John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama apologizing for their errors in judgement.
Cavuto said that President Trump failed to acknowledge his mistakes during a joint press conference in Helsinki with President Vladimir Putin.
President Trump said he thought he did a “great” job during his news conference with Putin.
“Maybe the president thinks he did just fine,” Cavuto said. “But admitting and acknowledging some of the problem his comments created or the appearance they created did not come out in those remarks. Is something wrong with that? Or is it just more of Donald Trump? It served him well, he is the president after all.”
Cavuto then asked his guest what they thought about it.
“Is that okay?” Cavuto asked.
“He is not particularly introspective. President Trump has said that apologizing makes him look weak,” said reporter Erin McPike.
Trump campaign mocked after unveiling new red hats: ‘Do you have arm bands as well?’
President Donald Trump's 2016 "Make America Great Again" hats have been replaced with new "Keep America Great" hats.
Trump re-election campaign manager Brad Parscale modeled one of the hats on Twitter.
Here is some of what people were saying:
Here I made an arm band design for you pic.twitter.com/inTyqVi2wo
— Christopher Goodwin (@LazarusLeBaron) August 25, 2019
‘This will not end well’: Far-right extremism expert warns of Trump’s intensifying authoritarianism
An expert on the far-right in America warned of President Donald Trump's "genuinely dangerous levels" of authoritarianism on Saturday.
Author David Neiwert posted a long Twitter thread on the commander-in-chief's "Social Dominance Orientation" -- and warned it will not end well.
Neiwert is the author of the 2017 book Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump.
Here is the thread he posted:
‘The Mooch’ attended Biden fundraiser in the Hamptons — because Trump ‘has lost his mind’
Former White House press secretary Anthony Scaramucci attended a fundraiser for former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday.
CBS News reporter Ben Mitchell posted a photo of Scaramucci at the event, and subsequently interviewed "The Mooch."
Scaramucci said he was still a registered Republican, but added that Trump "has lost his mind."