CNN’s Ana Navarro on Tuesday hilariously mocked Eric Trump for wading into White House spokesperson Kellyanne Conway’s political disagreements with her husband George, a prominent critic of the president.
After George Conway tweeted that President Trump’s recent praise for political operative Roger Stone likely constituted a violation of federal witness tampering statutes, the president’s son shot back that Conway was treating his wife with “utter disrespect”. This didn’t sit well with Navarro.
“Your father is Donald Trump, who cheated on every one of his three wives, including your mom. Who cheated on his current wife with a Playboy bunny, and cheated on the Playboy bunny with a stripper,” Navarro began. “Maybe, just maybe, talking about husbands being disrespectful to wives is not the alley, is not the one that you should be taking on.”
“I can tell you it seems to me that George Conway has great respect for justice, for the truth, for the Constitution, the rule of law, for the role of the presidency, for the integrity of judicial proceedings, for the independence of the judicial branch,” she added. “For that I think a lot of Americans respect him.”
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‘Ideological tunnel vision’: Conservative Christian scolds his fellow evangelicals for ignoring the threat posed by ‘unstable’ Trump
CNN correspondent Brianna Keilar spoke with writer and editor Matt Kaufman about his op-ed, "Why Christians Should Dump Trump."
"I mean, there are many Evangelicals who voted for President Trump and are expected to vote for him again," Keilar said. "Even as they dismiss behavior in him that they certainly would not talk about doing themselves, right?"
Obama lays bare Trump’s TV ratings fixation: ‘He’s jealous of COVID’s media coverage’
Former President Barack Obama on Tuesday asserted that President Donald Trump is "jealous" of the media coverage that has been given to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"This week, do you know what he brought up?" Obama asked a group of Joe Biden's supporters in Orlando, Florida. "The crowd size at the inauguration again. Saying his was bigger. Who is thinking about that right now? Nobody except him."
Obama noted that over 225,000 Americans are dead due to COVID-19.
"And what's his closing argument?" the former president continued. "That people are too focused on COVID. He said this at one of his rallies. 'COVID, COVID, COVID,' he's complaining. He's jealous of COVID's media coverage."
WATCH: Trump walked out of a 1990 interview with CNN when they asked about his finances
Long before he became the president, Donald Trump was a business tycoon who had trouble holding onto his money.
As New York Times reporting on the president's personal income tax records has shown, Trump throughout his career would frequently burn through money at a stunning rate throughout the 1990s, at one point reporting adjusted gross losses of nearly $1 billion per year in 1994 and 1995.
The tax records obtained by the Times show that things really started going downhill for Trump in 1990, when he reported a gross net loss of $400 million.