Conservative journalist Susan Ferrechio took situation with New York Magazine author Olivia Nuzzi on Saturday for penning that her lasting picture of President Trump was of a person with “one finger on the nuclear button, the others glued to his telephone.”
“Wait was he threatening to use nukes???” Ferrechio, the Washington Examiner’s chief congressional correspondent, balked. “Whoa. I don’t remember that story! If true, it is absolutely astonishing. If not, it’s the kind of garbage journalism that Makes Things Worse.”
The quote was from Nuzzi’s newest piece, “Silence of the Damned,” which discusses the political fallout of Wednesday’s U.S. Capitol riot. It was the journal’s high story Saturday.
In a subsequent tweet, Ferrechio mockingly speculated how the media may cowl the subsequent administration.
“I’m looking forward to the media coverage of the Biden years,” Ferrechio joked. “In one hand, President Biden’s fingers clutched his bottle of Aricept, in the other, the nuclear codes.” (Aricept is utilized by individuals with dementia.)
Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner’s chief congressional correspondent. (Getty Images)
Nuzzi’s metaphor was a mirrored image of Democrats’ usually voiced fears of Trump getting access to the nuclear codes since earlier than he was even elected.
And since Trump was banned from Twitter, liberals have decried the truth that he can’t tweet however nonetheless has entry to the nuclear soccer.
“If Trump is too dangerous for Twitter, he’s too dangerous for the nuclear codes. Impeach him,” former Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro tweeted Friday.
Ferrechio, additionally recognized for appearances on “The McLaughlin Group,” is married to Doug McKelway, a journalist for Fox News Channel.