CNN Host says Trump got the presidency 'by bulls***ting'

Zakari later explained that President Trump does this, then has his administration take the fall for it - either with Sean Spicer trying to explain it away, or Rex Tillerson being asked to comment on what he thinks about it all
  • Fareed Zakaria got brutally honest on his opinion about the President: that he is a bulls***ter 
  • The CNN Host said that he thinks that the President is indifferent to true and false
  • He used the word s*** four times in the interview, causing Twitter to go wild

Fareed Zakaria launched a foul-mouthed rant belittling Donald Trump's presidency on Friday night.

On CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, the foreign affairs journalist and host repeatedly said that the President excels in 'bulls***ting'. 

When Lemon asked him if he thinks the President 'really believes that he was wire tapped, Zakaria responded:  'I got into trouble in the campaign  for saying something about the president that I still think is true.

'I think the President is somewhat indifferent to things that are true or false.'

 During Friday's episode of CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, the foreign affairs journalist and host repeatedly said that the President excels in 'bulls***ting'

During Friday's episode of CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, the foreign affairs journalist and host repeatedly said that the President excels in 'bulls***ting'

 Zakari later explained that President Trump does this, then has his administration take the fall for it - either with Sean Spicer trying to explain it away, or Rex Tillerson being asked to comment on what he thinks about it all

Zakari later explained that President Trump does this, then has his administration take the fall for it - either with Sean Spicer trying to explain it away, or Rex Tillerson being asked to comment on what he thinks about it all

Then he really got into it.

'He has spent his whole life bulls***ting. He has succeeded by bulls***ting. He has gotten the presidency by bulls***ting.

'It's very hard to tell somebody at that point that bulls***t doesn't work, because look at the results right? 

'But that's what he does - he sees something, he doesn't particularly care if it's true or not, he just puts it out there. And then he puts something else out. 

'When pushed on it, he doesn't take responsibility: "I wasn't saying that, I was just quoting somebody else."' 

Zakari later explained that President Trump does this, then has his administration take the fall for it - either with Sean Spicer trying to explain it away, or Rex Tillerson being asked to comment on what he thinks about it all. 

He was specifically referring to the President's claims about the former administration wire-tapping Trump Tower.

 
 
 His blatant honesty and repetitive use of profanity caused a stir on Twitter. People couldn't believe that he'd just gotten away with saying s*** four times in a row on live television

His blatant honesty and repetitive use of profanity caused a stir on Twitter. People couldn't believe that he'd just gotten away with saying s*** four times in a row on live television

His repetitive use of profanity caused a stir on Twitter.

People couldn't believe that he'd just gotten away with saying s*** four times in a row on live television. 

The word is generally banned from broadcast television, but not uncommon on paid cable channels.  

During the interview he also talked about Trump's relationship with Angela Merkel, saying that he used to like the German Chancellor when she was popular. 

He explained that the moment that Merkel started losing popularity, he 'does what he always does' and kicked her while she was down.

When asked later on in the interview if he thought the President was a pathological liar, he said he thinks that there is 'something pathological about it,' in that he can't stop.  

 The word is generally banned from broadcast television, but not uncommon on paid cable channels

The word is generally banned from broadcast television, but not uncommon on paid cable channels

 

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are those of the writers and do not reflect those of Capitalbay. Capitalbay accepts no responsibility legal or otherwise for their accuracy of content. Please report any inappropriate content to us, and we will evaluate it as a matter of priority.
What's next
By Mathias Dillion 03/20/2017 04:32:00