On Friday night, Kimberly Guilfoyle was filling in as host of Hannity and led a panel with Charlie Hurt of The Washington Times and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski to discuss President Trump‘s ongoing battle with the media.
Hurt said that he “loved” that Trump laid out the sequence of events on Twitter regarding MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski and their visit to Mar-a-Lago around New Years but did admit that these feuds “trample on his message.”
“I don’t blame the guy,” Hurt continued. “If I had his vicious wit and his ability to tweet things out like that and destroy my enemies, I probably would do it too.”
Guilfoyle called Trump a “verbal jiu jitsu artist” and a “slayer.”
“He’s the Ernest Hemingway of Twitter,” he said with a smile, causing Guilfoyle and Hurt to chuckle.
“We’ve seen it many times,” Lewandowski elaborated. “He’s taken down his opponents on Twitter many times. You can ask Little Marco or Lyin’ Ted or Crooked Hillary… or Low-Energy Jeb, we all know the names.”
He concluded, “When you oppose Donald Trump, beware of his 100 million social media followers.”
Watch the clip above, via Fox News.
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