Lupica Calls out Obama for ‘Attitude’ About Reality Shows ‘When He Just Did “Running Wild”’

‘It’s tough for the president to cop an attitude about reality shows when he just did Running Wild with Bear Grylls’

SCARBOROUGH: “And Ron Fournier, whether it’s on the Republican side or it’s the Democratic side there —“
BRZEZINSKI: “Mike Lupica.” (Laughter)
SCARBOROUGH: “Mike Lupica, whether it’s on the Republican side or the Democratic side, they’re running against Bush, they’re running against Clinton, the presidents, and as you’ve said and as I’ve been saying Trump has quietly been running against one person. He’s been feeding off of one person.”
LUPICA: “Yeah, and the president poked the bear yesterday.”
SCARBOROUGH: “Barack Obama.”
LUPICA: “Because I thought this fight got out into the open yesterday. Because what Trump has been is the opposite of what Obama’s been. [crosstalk] The problems of people have with this president are he’s aloof, he’s distant, he was distant after the Paris attack, all of this stuff. And now he poked the bear yesterday and it’s on now and — by the way, it’s tough for the president to cop an attitude about reality shows when he just did ‘Running Wild’ with Bear Grylls. And — and what Trump has done is he’s going after him in a way that drew him out into the open yesterday. And he’s the opposite. Whatever you think of that — and when the president says ‘I have faith in the American people.’ Which ones? The ones that aren’t voting for Trump? Are they the only ones who are making a reasoned opinion on this election? I don’t think so.”

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