On Sunday during “MediaBuzz” Fox News host Chris Wallace said he was “very grateful” to be living inside of former President Donald Trump’s head “rent-free” after he was asked about the former president’s criticism of him.
“By the way, Trump still takes shots at you over the first presidential debate that you moderated last year, saying, oh you didn’t have control,” said anchor Howard Kurtz to Wallace.
“Well, you know what I say as, for a landlord, I’m very grateful that I’m allowed to occupy so much space in Donald Trump’s brain rent-free,” Wallace tried joking.
He continued, “I’m not talking about him, but yes, he still wants to talk about the September 29, 2020 debate, you know.”
Kurtz said, “To the extent, it got out of control, where does the fault lie on that?”
“Well, we sent some poor, unfortunate Fox intern who looked, and Trump interrupted Biden, important, me doesn’t matter, 145 times in 90 minutes,” Wallace whined.
“I think that’s a world record,” Wallace said. “I think Guinness should write him up for that.”
Kurtz said, “That war is among those still being fought.”
It is obvious that Chris Wallace needs former President Trump to stay relevant considering he is still talking about his terrible moderator performance during the Fox News debate between Trump and Biden.
You know it, I know it and even Chris Wallace knows it. Trump isn’t going anywhere.
According to a new hypothetical 2024 Republican primary McLaughlin & Associates survey, former President Trump dominates all possible contenders as speculation continues to swirl about a potential Trump 2024 run.
The survey asked Republican voters: “Thinking ahead to the 2024 Republican primary election for President, if that election were held today among the following candidates, for whom would you vote?”
Trump received a whopping 59% support. The next closest contender was Mike Pence at 10%. Check out the results below:
The survey showed Trump dominating the field with 59 percent support. No other candidate came close, as former Vice President Mike Pence garnered 10 percent, and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) earned 8 percent support. The remaining candidates, which include Sens. Mitt Romney (R-UT), Ted Cruz (R-TX), Marco Rubio (R-FL), Rick Scott (R-FL), Tim Scott (R-SC), Tom Cotton (R-AR), Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD), former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), Candace Owens, former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, and former Gov. John Kasich, all garnered three percent or less.
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