When the President of the United States sent a tweet out calling his former employee a "dog" (hard to believe you would ever have to write that line), it pissed off more than a few people.
Of course, my question is didn't Trump tell us he "only hires the best people"? Also, he claims he hired Omarosa Manigault-Newman because she was crying and begging for a job and because she said nice things about him.
As a taxpayer, I'm not sure I want my tax dollars going to hire someone that is not qualified, but she begged and said nice things.
But, forget all that.
Trump's dog comment was so bad, it relied up people in the normally friendly Fox den.
Fox News Geraldo Rivera that often acts as a Trump cheerleader tweeted this:
Rivera wasn't the only Fox Newser to call out Trump. The Five's Juan Williams called Trump's tweet "Offensive".
Bill Hemmer asked Kellyanne Conway "is that language necessary?"
Conway dodged the question and went straight to talking points.
The idea in 2018 that we have the President of the United States calling a woman a dog just shows you how far our society has fallen.
Look, I get that Omarosa is not well liked and she deserves much of the criticism that is coming her way. But, no woman or person, should be called a dog (mainly because it's a big insult to dogs) by anyone, much less the President?
Is this how we make America Great Again?