Oh, this got heated very quickly.
Shep Smith is not a Trump cheerleader, Trump supporter, or someone who voted for then-candidate Donald Trump. He loves to go after the President every time he gets a chance, and during his daily show on Fox News, he tries to force his guests to respond the way he would, against the Trump administration.
I’ve seen times where his reporters gave information in support of Trump, and when the camera went back to Smith, he would change the story right there on the spot.
Today, I watched the segment when Chris Wallace, also not a Trump supporter, joined the show but something strange happened.
Did you see the little "wobble" @ShepNewsTeam just got when Chris Wallace wouldn't join his attack on President Trump? Now that was hilarious.
Shep was mumbling, talking under his breath LOL #RealTalk
— Wayne Dupree 🎧 (@WayneDupreeShow) October 26, 2018
Wallace didn’t play into the narrative of blaming Trump for the Florida bomber who sent packages to Democrat leaders. As a matter of fact, Smith began talking under his breath a few times because Wallace didn’t agree. It was awesome!
Smith tried to create the narrative against Trump but when this segment was over his feelings had been hurt. This was “must-see tv.”
Fox News’ Shepard Smith and Chris Wallace got into a heated clash this afternoon over heated political rhetoric in the context of the bombs sent this week by a deranged man who, based on the stickers on his van and his social media posts, was a big Trump supporter.
Wallace said earlier today that it’s ridiculous to try and blame President Donald Trump or any political figure for the bombs when it’s the bomber who was solely to blame.
Smith, however, argued, “You just can’t ignore the politics of all this even if you wanted to.” He noted the suspect targeted people who have been targets of Trump’s rhetoric.
Wallace said you can’t draw a link to Trump on this, noting the Bernie Sanders supporter who shot Republicans at a congressional baseball practice last year.
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