Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Anderson Cooper sounded perplexed that Kellyanne Conway would call Senator Bob Corker’s tweeted criticism of President Trump “incredibly irresponsible.”
“She finds tweets like Senator Bob Corker’s ‘incredibly irresponsible,’ saying world leaders see it. Let’s just let that sink in for a moment,” Anderson said during his CNN show “360” Monday night.
The Republican senator from Tennessee — who is also the chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee — has been increasingly critical of Trump and his temperament. After the POTUS recently tweeted that Corker had “begged” him to endorse him for re-election but “didn’t have the guts to run,” Corker responded, “It’s a shame the White House has become an adult day care center. Someone obviously missed their shift this morning.”
Conway fired back, saying that “world leaders see it,” adding, “I find tweets like this to be incredibly irresponsible.”
“Bob Corker’s tweets are incredibly irresponsible, and she’s concerned that world leaders see it… A tweet… incredibly irresponsible,” Cooper said Monday night. “Let me just remind you she works for the President of the United States, who tweets in the pre-dawn hours and all throughout the day — seemingly whatever pops into his mind, whether those things are true or not. But with a straight face, she now says that Senator Bob Corker is the ‘incredibly irresponsible’ one.”
Anderson asked, “Does she hold the President to the same criticism, concerned that world leaders are watching? Well,” he answered, “No, she doesn’t.”
Watch the clip below.
– Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) October 10, 2017
Source: the wrap feed