Chuck Todd responds to Trump's 'son of a bitch' slam


He turned his particular ire to Todd, whom he called "sleepy-eyes", before adding, "He's a sleeping son of a bitch".

Trump, meanwhile, seemed to have monitored at least some of the Sunday morning news shows, though he did not single out Todd or Meet the Press by name on Twitter. "If I came like a stiff, you guys wouldn't be here tonight". "Set those clocks and DVRs now before your eyes get too sleepy", it read in part.

Todd acknowledged Saturday that Trump was trying to bait him-"make the establishment insane, make the media angry". You should obviously carry them because these are important moments for the president.

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"What are you supposed to say when he's using these vulgarities to kids?" "I sort of have the military rule in my house: You don't speak ill of the sitting president". "And the president likes making amusing names". He did that through the entire presidential election including all the Republicans that he beat.

Sunday morning, he put Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on the spot about Trump's comments. "But again, don't take these campaign rallies and focus them on that's what it is".

"Chuck, you know I've been with the president in campaigns", Mnuchin said. I wasn't saying you should dismiss that whatsoever.

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During an interview on NBC's Meet the Press, host Chuck Todd alluded to a tweet in which the president referred to him as a "son of a bitch" and to other inflammatory remarks made at a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday. "That is at a campaign rally". "The president likes making amusing names".

Todd continued to lecture about role models, but Mnuchin said his focus is on policy, though he did note that "there were a lot of amusing moments on that rally". "He's using these vulgarities in the context of a campaign rally, and obviously, there were a lot of amusing moments on that rally", Mnuchin told Todd after being asked about Trump's use of the obscenity.

"Yeah", Todd noted, "they were hilarious".

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