President Donald Trump confused lots of people, including the Swedish Embassy in the United States over the weekend when he commented on something that happened “last night in Sweden” during a rally in Florida. As it turns out, the information came from a segment that aired on Fox News during which Tucker Carlson talked about Sweden and its immigration policy.
Anthony Bourdain has never been shy about his thoughts on the president. When asked if he’d have dinner with him, he gave a decisive “Absolutely f*cking not.” He’s also made it clear that he is not interested in dining at any of the restaurants in the new Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C., which, of course fellow celebrity chef José Andrés famously pulled out of after then-candidate Trump made disparaging comments about Mexican immigrants.
Now, he’s got some advice for the president regarding his statements on Sweden:
You might consider actually reading your daily intel brief . Or I dunno, ask around the office . https://t.co/FsWxvVbUMa
— Anthony Bourdain (@Bourdain) February 20, 2017
Seems simple enough.
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