You wouldn’t expect Fox’s Trump-friendly Outnumbered show to be happy with Hillary Clinton’s speech attacking Donald Trump today. But actor and model Antonio Sabàto sank to just the kind of level his candidate, Donald Trump, would.
FOX broke away from covering Clinton’s speech in order to complain about it.
Cohost Harris Faulkner set the tone for the discussion: “Political vitriol there from Hillary Clinton as she speaks live from Atlantic City. And she said she would go after Donald Trump and his businesses there, his casinos there and she did. She’s going to continue talking about that and keeping her word doing that.”
Somebody off screen sighed loudly in disgust.
SABÀTO: Just give her a broom so she can fly away. That wi- [He stopped there but it was pretty clear he meant “witch”].
I mean, We can not stand her. Please stop talking. Enough is said. I mean, she’s talking about Trump. She’s talking about all these mistakes. What has she created? What has she done? In her entire life, she hasn’t done absolutely nothing. I can’t stand her talk anymore. And I think the American people have to wake up. Donald Trump is the only way. This November, let’s vote for Donald Trump and get this country back on track.
There was no challenge to his comments, of course. In fact, someone giggled offscreen. Then the discussion moved on so we could hear cohost Meghan McCain’s criticism of Clinton.
Watch it below, from the July 6 Outnumbered.
Paraphrasing: “Saddam didn’t bother reading people their rights … Bang! And they’re gone”.
I find that little sentence to be far more preoccupying than anything else he’s said so far. Wouldn’t surprise me one bit if that were the reason for Corker to back out of the running for VP.
- children’s aid activist
- women’s rights activist
- First Lady of Arkansas
- First Lady of the US
- US Senator
- Secretary of State
- Democratic Nominee for US President
Care to list us your accomplishments, ’tonio? Other than being an immigrant ex-underwear model and reality TV performer, I mean . . .
Well, that and his status as a D-list celebrity — which Fox seems to have an affinity for . . .