FOX News host Michelle Malkin didn’t mince words on “Hannity” Wednesday, calling President Obama’s appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” inappropriate.
“This was a very curious venue for the president of the United States, the commander in chief to – for the first time – address the American people about this huge, probably catastrophic, situation that is going on across the Middle East,” Malkin said.
She then listed a number of issues facing the country this week, from the 15th anniversary of the bombing of the embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, to the opening of the Nadal Hassan trial in the Ft. Hood shootings.
“Here is the clown in chief going on late night TV to address these very grave issues,” Malkin said. “He is the celebrity president.”
Malkin criticized the president’s recent remarks on race relations and the “self-appointed civil rights leaders” who continually see race as a motive in certain crimes, while turning a blind eye to others.
Watch the exchange with Sean Hannity here via Fox News.
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