Chuck Todd went on the Steve Malzberg show to promote his new book, The Stranger: Barack Obama In The White House. It was a shameful Obama-bashing, Obama Derangement Syndrome catharsis for both men, who are obviously threatened by the president.
Chuck Todd (re. Obama) He set himself up to be the adult in the room and if you're the adult in the room, you always have to be the adult in the room. (Whatever that means? Is Mitch McConnell the kid?)
Malzberg: Does he always set himself up, also say, as the smartest person in the room no matter what the circumstance, no matter what the room?
Todd: that's the feeling I think some people get so that's why there's a personality clash a little bit.
Malzberg and is that a wide felt feeling around Washington?
Todd: and if it's wide I think there's people that have problems with him will bring that up to me.
Which people Todd? Was it Alison Lundergan Grimes before she disqualified herself by not answering who she voted for? Was it Willard Romney, who Chuck fawned all over in the 2012 election when he said about young voters,
(But) if you don’t have this kind of enthusiasm, they’re not going to show up to the polls.
Where does he get this attitude? It's really quite simple.
Chuck Todd truly believes, in his deluded mind, that both sides are equal. He believes that there isn't unprecedented obstructionism, racism and hatred towards this black president. Just say it already. The president is aloof, lawless, illegitimate and every other Afro-American insult you can name.
Malzberg tried to goad Chuck into saying President Obama is anti-Israel and asked if he was the most stubborn president of all time. Chuck tried to get out of such leading questions and smiled when he was asked each question, more ridiculous as he went along. If Chuckie thinks he's going to sell some books, he'd better look to that other separate, but equal Republican side for consumers.