Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Napolitano’

FNC Host: Trump Spewing Lies

November 26, 2015

Will The Donald take it lying down? On this Thanksgiving afternoon, FNC honcho Roger Ailes must be having indigestion: His latest Fox News anchor to tangle with GOP Presidential front runner Donald TrumpHappening Now co-host Gregg Jarrett, deemed Trump a liar.

First, there was the Megyn “affair”: Now, there is the Jarrett jeer.

In the first GOP debate (in August), FNC anchor Megyn Kelly, co-moderated the first Republican Presidential debate and took what was perceived by The Donald as a cheap shot re the purported “war on women.” Ever The Donald, he robustly defended himself, declaring that he was often not politically correct: Subsequently, he acerbically asserted, “And, frankly, what I say, and oftentimes it’s fun, it’s kidding, we have a good time: What I say, is what I say. And, honestly, Megyn, if you don’t like it, I’m sorry. I’ve been very nice to you although I could probably, maybe not be, based on the way you’ve treated me but I wouldn’t do that.” [Vid clip of the exchange.]

And, then the war was on–until Trump and FNC chief Roger Ailes appeared to call a truce with a few  seeming “violations.” However, it did not last long when The Donald took a subsequent shot at Kelly in a Tweet, calling her “a lightweight” and “overrated”: Apparently, Ailes was not amused, and The Donald’s appearance on the “O’Reilly Factor was cancelled. No shrinking violet, Trump hit back with a boycott of Fox News. Ailes apparently relented to the ratings magnet when The Donald returned to the O’Reilly Factor, and Trump has been regularly booked ever since on Fox News shows.

Today, Ailes’ erstwhile errant anchorHappening Now co-host Gregg Jarrett, ignited a probable feud again by deeming Trump a liar. In a segment subtitled “Trump’s Chances of Winning WH” with Democratic strategist and pollster Jessica Tarlov (Senior Strategist of Schoen Consulting) and Kevin McCullough (a radio host nationally syndicated),  Jarrett, with a twinkle in his eye, remarked, “Donald Trump has been spewing canards.”* When Tarlov guffawed, “That’s such a polite way of saying it,” Jarrett chuckled, “That, that essentially means lies. But, I was trying to be nice.” He added, “Um, and, just in the past week, I mean, one after another, after another.”

Looking at his notes with his reading glasses in his hand, Jarrett continued, “He said, I saw thousands and thousands of people in New Jersey cheering the 9/11 attacks when the Towers fell.” Chuckling, he declared, “Officials in the state say that’s not true [and that] there’s no proof of that: Politifact gave it a ‘pants-on-fire’ rating.” Subsequently, Jarrett challenged Trump’s assertions as to the percentage of whites killed by blacks, citing the F.B.I., and the number of Syrian refugees that the President intends to brings into the U.S.

In conclusion, Jarrett jeered, “And, the Washington Post, in summarizing all of these things he’s saying, said quote, ‘Trump has lied so many times about so many things during the past week, it’s difficult to keep track of all of them.'” As Tarlov began to answer, Jarrett asked, “But, is he ever going to be held accountable for this stuff?”

Trump a liar? Doubtlessly, The Donald will respond. And, Gregg may not be as lucky as Megyn.

*Happening Now – 10/26/15 (@ 1:26 p.m. ET).

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Aly’s Big Love

August 14, 2009

One hubby is not enough for Bikini Aly a/k/a Alisyn Camerota, co-host of Fox & Friends.* And the Judge was not overly amused. In fact, “Judgalicious” Andrew Napolitano seemed a wee bit jealous when his “Italian Jersey beauty” introduced Clayton Morris as her “work husband” before Clayton teased Fox & Friends Weekend.**

After Clayton’s promo and his own subsequent legal segment, ironically entitled “Adultery & Basketball” (as to the KY coach Rick Pitino scandal), with co-hosts Aly and Brian Kilmeade, the Judge turned to Aly and somewhat sarcastically jested, “Have a nice weekend with your television husband.” Looking into his eyes and feigning romantic tenderness, Aly replied, “Judge, I’m sorry. I’m not cheating on you.” Waving his arms in typical fashion, the Judge exclaimed, “Why wasn’t I called your television husband!”

As if on cue, smiling, Brian rose from the curvy couch and walked off, stating, “Obviously, I’m the third wheel. You two work this out.” Chuckling, the Judge eagerly embraced Aly. As he did, the Bristol By Babe responded, “I’m sorry, Judge. I’m a tv polygamist.”***

Tune in tomorrow to see who Aly adds to her stable. (F&FW co-host Dave Briggs is on vacation.)****

*https://jakeho.wordpress.com/2008/07/02/bikini-aly/

**https://jakeho.wordpress.com/2009/07/31/aly-jazzes-judge/

***https://jakeho.wordpress.com/2008/09/22/bristol-bay-babe/

****http://twitter.com/foxdavebriggs

Aly Jazzes Judge

July 31, 2009

Aly’s on. And the Judge was, apparently, turned on. After his legal segment with Fox & Friends co-hosts Alisyn Camerota and Brian Kilmeade, FNC’s senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano turned to Aly with delight. Then, running his hand the length of her bare biceps, he declared, “What a pleasant surprise to see you, Miss Camerota!”

Turning to his flirting FNC colleague and radio co-host, Brian Kilmeade jested, “Please don’t touch her!” Pointing to Aly, the Judge remarked, “Italian Jersey beauty!” Beaming, Aly replied, “All here.”

However, the Judge was not done quite yet. After the subsequent teases for upcoming segments, he eagerly took her hand and robustly kissed it. No abashment for his ardor for Aly.

You’re right, Judge. Aly today: what a pleasant surprise indeed!

Gretch Awed by Brazilian “Booty,” Too

July 10, 2009

The seventeen-year-old girl from Ipanema, had not only presidents appreciating her posterior but the press as well. As Fox & Friends aired the shot shown round the world of American President Barack Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy eyeing the derriere of Mayara Tavares (a G-8 junior delegate from Rio de Janeiro),* co-anchor Gretchen Carlson saucily commented, “I’d probably take a sneak peek at that, too! She’s beautiful!” Later, she opined, “That’s just a natural reaction. Is it not, guys?”

Guest co-anchor Judge Andrew Napolitano heartily agreed, “Yes. It surely is!”

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*http://www.nypost.com/seven/07092009/news/worldnews/tail_to_the_chief_178430.htm