He likes big tweets and he cannot lie.
Fox News’ Brit Hume, a frequent defender of President Donald Trump, unveiled a new nickname for the president on “Fox News Sunday.”
Hume said that the criticism of his administration is the fault of the president and how he handles running the White House.
He asked host Chris Wallace of how new White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly will handle it when the president tweets.
“What happens for example, Chris, when they have a day planned with events and so forth and a policy strategy, and Sir-Tweets-A-Lot blows it all up in the middle of the night with some rant on Twitter? What happens then?” he asked.
The uncharacteristic attack caused a debate between those who found the nickname hilarious and others that found it disrespectful.
— Pierre Atlas (@PierreAtlas) July 30, 2017
— Observation Post (@ObservationPo5t) July 30, 2017
— Jim Wragge (@JimW701) July 30, 2017
Brit Hume calls Trump ” Sir Tweets-A-Lot” on Chris Wallace’s show. 😂😂😂
— kareninthe805 (@karen_syv) July 30, 2017
@brithume sir tweets a lot? You disrespectful self absorbed dolt
— 🇺🇸LAJ🇺🇸 (@Gigiboj4) July 30, 2017
You know you’ve made it when @brithume calls you Sir Tweets a lot
— Brandon Triche (@GopWarriorMia) July 30, 2017
“Sir Tweets A lot”??? How completely DISRESPECTFUL @brithume !!! He is the President of the United States of America! Like him or not!
— Covfefe Nation (@GOPVoice) July 30, 2017
Brit Hume just called Trump “Sir Tweets A lot” hahaha!
— Matt Hill (@matthewhi) July 30, 2017
Hens are now in the Fox house.
— James Boxall (@JamesGIS) July 30, 2017
Sigh: You mean the SAME Fox that pushed Rubio and tried to ambush Trump at debates?
— RealTalk (@SmallAxe2016) July 30, 2017
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