Fox Business' Stuart Varney interviewed Fox News' Bret Baier, the host of Special Report to break down Donald Trump's press conference, introducing America to his Vice Presidential nominee, Gov. Mike Pence from Indiana.
At the end of the segment, Varney just couldn't contain his excitement and enthusiasm for Donald Trump, his leg quivered and he said, "It seemed to me Donald Trump has that speaking style, that off-the-cuff delivery that really gripped the crowd. He got-em, hadn't he?"
It wasn't much of a crowd, Stuart since NYC tourists were able to walk into the event, which is crazy since this is supposed to be a massive political event.
And almost the entire political punditry thought that Trump's introduction of Gov. Mike Pence was bizarre and unfocused after he spent about thirty minutes talking about himself and ignoring why he was there in the first place.
His off the cuff speaking style was so bad that Ezra Klein wrote: Donald Trump’s speech introducing Mike Pence showed why he shouldn’t be president
His remarks embarrassed Bret Baier, and uncomfortably he said, "He does, (pause) he does."
He explained that it works at times, but it also can backfire on him especially when he's discussing a situation like the coup in Turkey. "It's tricky and that is where the off the cuff style, potentially provides him with some issues."
And he fittingly stuck a stake in Stuart's heart when he said, "I think it's going to be a little more structured once he gets to Cleveland."
Tommy Christopher wrote about Chris Matthews sycophantic reaction to Pence's speech, but he couldn't hold a candle to Varney's jizzered reaction.