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Hahaha, these guys are so deep inside their own bubbles that it never seems to have occurred to Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade that maybe Mitt is the one who should have been nicer to the Brits because he might someday become president:
Even Chris Wallace doesn't buy Kilmeade's take, arguing that perhaps it was a mistake for Romney to have "seemed to go out of his way to offend the Brits." Kilmeade dismissed Romney's verbal miscue as nothing more than "a candid response to a security question," adding that he believes "the British press better back off, and so should the officials — this guy could be president."
Wallace's rejoinder: "If you ask me if that suit makes you look fat, I'm not going to tell that it does, even if it does." Which I guess makes the moral of the story this: Brian Kilmeade better not ask Mitt Romney if that suit makes him look fat. He might not like the answer. And if he doesn't, there's nothing he can do about it, because Mitt might be president.
Originally posted to The Jed Report on Fri Jul 27, 2012 at 08:36 AM PDT.