Supporters wave a jersey supporting President Donald Trump before he arrives for a campaign rally for Republican Rick Saccone, Saturday, March 10, 2018, in Moon Township, Pa. Saccone is running against Democrat Conor Lamb in a special election being held on March 13 for the Pennsylvania 18th Congressional District vacated by Republican Tim Murphy. His statement was made during a Sunday interview with Washington DC NBC affiliate News 4. "And the president likes making amusing names".
Trump, so far, has not taken him up on his invitation, but Todd did chat with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on the next morning's Meet the Press, and asked what the country should make of Trump's harsh verbal attacks against Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters (whom Trump called "a very low I.Q. individual").
He urged his audience not to jeer North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un while goading the crowd to boo the press. "So these are campaign issues". "He is using these vulgarities in the context of a campaign rally".
"Sleepy-eyed Chuck" is one of the many monikers that Trump has used to belittle his detractors.
"He's getting more and more comfortable shooting from the hip and conducting his presidency by his gut", Todd said.
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Todd asked, "So you are saying that's acceptable behavior for the rest of the administration or is this unique to him?"
US Senator Elizabeth Warren refused to say whether she would serve a full six-year term if reelected to the Senate this year under persistent questioning from NBC's Chuck Todd.
Todd closed "Meet the Press" with a light joke, assuring viewers he would be back the following week "sleepy eyes and all". He also said that Todd was not a journalist, but rather "another Democrat.trying to manipulate the people into hating a great POTUS".
"If that's what we should be focused on then why can't the president focus on that, sir?" "Democrats only like free speech when it applies to them", he tweeted.
Trump also said he hoped famous talk show host and actress Oprah Winfrey would run against him in 2020 election, claiming he knew exactly how he would rule her out. According to the president's Twitter account, he has been using the adjective to refer to the NBC host since at least 2011.