Donald Trump turned the loony spigot on to full blast for his recent interview with Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post, and boy did the cray-cray flow.
In addition to claiming people are “starting to feel good now” and that “the one thing that the pandemic has taught us is that I was right,” Trump suggested that he wished female news reporters were a bit more like ‘50s TV housewives.
He singled out two CBS News journalists as people who particularly irritated him — Weijia Jiang and Paula Reid — during the briefings.
“It wasn’t Donna Reed, I can tell you that,” Trump said, referring to the film and TV star best known for playing Mary Bailey in “It’s A Wonderful Life” and later starring as the mom in an eponymous family TV sitcom of the ’50s and ’60s.
“Paula Reid, she’s sitting there and I say, ‘How angry. I mean, What’s the purpose?’ They’re not even tough questions, but you see the attitude of these people, it’s like incredible.
I guess that’s what he means when he says America used to be great but isn’t anymore. Women used to know their place, and they wouldn’t dare backtalk a man, no matter how stupid and evil he was.
And God forbid anyone be angry at a press conference. I mean, can you even imagine?
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