Jake Tapper Blasted Trump For His 'Violent Rhetoric,' Chums It Up With Terry McAuliffeChris Menahan
Jan. 14, 2018
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Jake Tapper castigated candidate Donald Trump during the election for "inciting" violence with his "rhetoric," but he had no problem chumming it up with Terry McAuliffe on Sunday after he said he would violently attack President Trump if he ever "got in" his "space."
Back in March 2016, Tapper spent an entire interview -- nearly 9 minutes -- attacking Trump for his allegedly violent rhetoric.
He questioned everything Trump said, asked the same question over and over again and made faces throughout the interview.
On Sunday, Tapper interviewed Clintonite Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who told Chris Matthews last Thursday that if Trump got in his face like he's falsely claimed to have done with Hillary Clinton during to 2016 debates, "You would have to pick him up off the floor."
"If he ever came over and leaned on me and got in my space, that would be the last time Donald Trump ever did that," he said. "I promise you that."
[Note: Clinton actually walked across the entire stage and got in Trump's space. Clinton's claim to the contrary is entirely fake news which has taken on mythic proportions, just like the "17 intelligence agencies" lie she started after she lost.]
Tapper questioned McAuliffe about his statement Sunday: "So that does sound that you're saying that if he came too close to you, you would use physical violence."
"I answered the question like I think most folks would actually answer the question," McAuliffe responded. "I didn't say punch, maybe if I had to push him back gently and he fell down on his own right, but the point of this is, I'm sick and tired of Donald Trump attacking everybody."
"People need to stand up and punch him back, punch him back rhetorically," he said. "Enough is enough."
Tapper dropped the issue and moved on to chumming it up with McAuliffe about a possible future presidential run.
The contrast is striking.
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