Howard Kurtz wants to know why the media is more concerned about Trump and his daughter hawking products from the White House than the calls to boycott Goya in the first place, even though he admits one is illegal.
The Fox News host thinks this is a much bigger story than Ivanka Trump hawking Goya products.
Twitter remains undefeated, as Ivanka's ridiculous Hatch Act violation inspires the best memes, because it ain't like the U.S. Attorney General cares about law-breaking around these parts, so...
"You tell me how a president in the middle of a pandemic has got time for this bullshit," the CNN host fumed.
CNN contributor Ana Navarro on Wednesday blasted Ivanka Trump for allegedly breaking laws by using her position at the White House to endorse Goya, a maker of Latin foods whose CEO has expressed support for President Donald Trump.
"Ethics rules do not allow" such behavior, noted one political reporter, calling the tweet "pretty much unimaginable in previous administrations."