Fox News host Chris Wallace wasn’t impressed with the most recent Republican presidential debate.
Speaking with Bill O’Reilly over the weekend, Wallace didn’t hold back. Here’s the exchange, per Crooks and Liars:
O’Reilly: Now in the debate last night there was a lot of raucous behavior, a cacophony. Did it mean anything?
Wallace: Let me just say, big picture, I thought it was an embarrassment for the Republican party. There were a lot of shots taken a lot of shots scored, but there was precious little vision and almost no discussion of the issues. What are you going to do, how are you going to improve people’s lives?
And if you saw someone acting presidentially on that stage, you got better eyesight, Bill, than I do.
On Sunday, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump gave an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” telling host Jake Tapper he is representing the anger that many Americans feel.
He said, “We have a lot of people. I’m representing people. I’m not representing myself. I’m representing a lot of anger out there. We’re not angry people, but we’re angry about how this country is being run. And a lot of them are angry about how the Republican party is being run, Jake.”
(H/T – Crooks and Liars)