In today’s issue: Savage is fed up with the media’s fixation, including the talk-radio world, on the ongoing Twitter war between the president and liberal cable channels MSNBC and CNN.
“Everyone’s either on vacation or doing the same garbage about CNN. How can you listen to that?” Savage asked.
“Why do you care? How long can this go on, this trivia, this sixth-grade level of Trump attacking the networks, the networks attacking Trump, all day long, blah, blah, blah, blah?”
Do you really want to hear that garbage? Because you’re not going to hear it from Michael Savage.
I didn’t come all this way to talk about trash.
I’m going to say it to you again. Trump was tweeting. I took offense at his tweeting. I thought they were juvenile.
I thought that his engaging the media in the tweets was steering people away from his achievements.
I said so over and over again.
Newsmax ran an article under than headline, and guess what happened?
The president is tweeting presidential tweets, such as North Korea is threatening us with a nuclear strike.
Don’t you think that’s more important than Wolf Blitzer or Jake “Woodtapper”? Of course it is.
So, thank you, Mr. President, for reading the Newsmax article and for understanding that there are big differences between talk-show hosts who influence you, just as there are differences in network television.
And if you talk to people who only graduated high school, you’re going to start tweeting as though you yourself only graduated high school.
Which is a shame, because you actually went to college and then to Wharton.
You have a great education. You’re an accomplished man. You’ve done more than wield a hammer against a piece of sideboard.
So, be careful who you listen to, because it winds up influencing your brain.
That’s what I’d like Donald Trump to hear today; whether he will hear it or not, I don’t know. I hope he does.