Trump just insulted NBC’s Chuck Todd at tonight’s rally. His response is everything

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At a campaign rally in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, where he is stumping for Republican congressional candidate Rick Saccone, Trump spent the large majority of the time bouncing between self-congratulatory praise, defending his own missteps in office, and spewing unscripted – and misguided – remarks.

One such remark, which Sarah Huckabee Sanders will inevitably need to defend tomorrow, was the president referring to NBC host Chuck Todd as a “sleeping son of a bitch.”

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Chuck Todd, for his part, wasted no time in issuing his own response to the President.

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The verbal attack came in response to what Trump perceives as critical media coverage of his upcoming North Korea meeting.

Today’s desperate pandering, rife with juvenile epithets, comes amid a tightening special election race in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District. Whereas Trump won this district by a 20-point margin in 2016, polls have shown Democrat Conor Lamb leading his Republican counterpart in what may be the latest in a string of humiliating lost seats for the GOP leading up to midterms.

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Perhaps Trump should stop lobbing the same sophomoric attacks that have turned him into the least popular president in modern American history, and instead make any attempt whatsoever at acting like the full-grown president of the United States.

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Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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