A panel of Fox Business personalities praised the “grace and vitality” of President Donald Trump during a visit to the White House on Wednesday.
After Fox Business host Stuart Varney conducted an interview with the president, the remainder of his show was allowed to be broadcast from the White House.
“We are at the White House!” Varney announced following the interview. “I’ve got to throw this at you, the man enjoys it. The man enjoys being in the media. He loves questions from the media. He doesn’t care what the question is, he just loves it. He seemed to be enjoying it.”
“He really does, he thrives on it,” Fox News contributor Charles Hurt agreed. “He never misses a question… This guy he walks by, he hears a question, he never pretends not to hear it. He can’t help himself.”
According to Hurt, Trump feels like the “only way of getting his version of the story out” is to post controversial tweets.
“I don’t think that’s a bad thing,” he continued. “I think it’s a very effective thing.”
“He appeared to be enjoying himself and handling everything with grace and vitality!” Varney gushed.
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