Mnuchin: Media should worry less about Trump rally comments

Trump rips 'son of a bi*tch' Chuck Todd, 'evil media' during wild campaign rally

Trump Calls Chuck Todd A 'Son Of AB**ch' [VIDEO]

Even though Trump was in Western Pennsylvania to rally for Rick Saccone, the Republican candidate in the upcoming congressional special election, he revealed his own reelection slogan for 2020.

"This isn't hard: It's okay for Trump to publicly criticize Chuck Todd". I know folks may be exhausted in the morning due to springing forward, so set those clocks and DVRs now before your eyes get too sleepy, ' he tweeted.

Responding to a question from Todd who asked Mnuchin what he would do if a member of his staff used such language, Mnuchin said: "Chuck, you know I've been with the president and at campaigns".

Trump was discussing North Korea when he referenced a 1999 interview he did on NBC's "Meet the Press" calling for an aggressive policy toward the country.

"I've been with the president and, and at campaigns".

Before anchoring his show on Sunday, Todd spoke with NBC4, his network's affiliate in Washington, DC, saying that no one in his family would ever use profanity when talking about Trump.

"Pres Trump at a Penn rally calls my colleague and friend Chuck Todd a ' sleeping SON OF A BITCH".

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"Absolutely, we've been very clear on it", Mnuchin said in an exclusive interview with "Meet the Press" when asked if denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is still USA policy.

As the rally wore on, Todd turned Trump's rhetorical body slam into a tweeted promo for his show, combined with a reminder about Daylight Savings Time. "So these are campaign rally issues".

Todd never directly mentioned the President's comments about him.

"Again, Chuck, this is something that is at a campaign rally", Mnuchin responded. "And the president likes making amusing names". "Now, maybe a freeze where they say, 'All right". "He's using those vulgarities in the context of a campaign rally, and obviously there were a lot of amusing moments on that rally".

It's not okay for The President of the United States to publicly call Chuck Todd a "son of a bitch".

Todd continued to lecture about role models, but Mnuchin said his focus is on policy, though he did note that "there were a lot of amusing moments on that rally".

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