President Trump paid rare compliments to award-winning journalist Bob Woodward for slamming the hosts "Face the Nation" and "Meet the Press" on Sunday.
Woodward, associate editor at The Washington Post, famous for bringing the news up to date During the Watergate scandal, CBS News's "Face the Nation" appeared alongside New York Times chief correspondent Peter Baker. to discuss House Democrats' impeachment investigation of Trump.
The President applauded Woodward for his appearance referred to as "Deface the Nation".
"The nameless CBS host (ess) and another guest, Peter Baker of The Failing New York Times, were totally biased, boring and wrong (as usual), but Woodward was cool, calm and interesting," Tweeted Trump . "Thanks Bob!"
Woodward told presenter Margaret Brennan that "Democrats must be really careful how they let this happen", and later added, "Let's hope it's not a bloody 2020."
The President Then he targeted "Sleepy Eyes," Chuck Todd, who moderated Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., In "Meet the Press" by NBC News. Johnson involved Todd in a heated debate about impeachment efforts and abuses by intelligence agencies. He said former FBI director James Comey and former CIA director John Brennan had corrupted the intelligence services they once cited and "trusted none of these men in the Obama administration."
SEN. RON JOHNSON: JAMES COMEY, JOHN BRENNAN CORRUPTED FBI AND CIA
Todd accused the senator of bypassing his question and ignoring the facts rather than opting for an attack on the media.
"Senator, I do not know Why did you just come here to personally attack the press and avoid questions about what happened here?" The moderator later said.
Trump called Todd's answers "a total meltdown".
"It seems that a not-so-smart Chuck just did not get the answers he was looking for to make me look as bad as possible," Trump wrote. "I did nothing wrong!"
Last year, Trump questioned if Woodward was a "dem agent," and criticized his book, "Fear: Trump in the White House," in which he said quotes were "invented scams," a scam for the public.
The president tweeted on Sunday about the unemployment rate, which had dropped to a 50-year low this week, according to the White House.
"Is this an unenforceable event for you? President? "Asked Trump.
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Fox News & # 39; Nick Givas has contributed to this report.