- Fox and Friends aired a pretaped interview Sunday between President Donald Trump and Fox News contributor Pete Hegseth in which Hegseth gives Trump the opportunity to respond to former President Barack Obama’s criticism of the Senate’s draft health care proposal.
- “It’s [unprecedented] for a former president to come out the way President Obama has. He came out on Facebook. You may have seen it. He said it’s not a health care bill; it’s a massive transfer of wealth. It’s gonna harm Americans; it’s mean,” Hegseth said, referencing a message Obama posted to Facebook Thursday.
- “He actually used my term — ‘mean’ — that was my term because I want to see, and I speak from the heart, that’s what I want to see. I want to see a bill with heart,” Trump responded. Read more. (6/25/17, 11:04 AM)
Sadly for me I'll be disappointed whether or not Bill survives, because on one hand it cheapens the Cybermen so soon after they're gotten their credibility as a threat back (which I've been waiting 84 years for), and on the other we lose Bill. I'm also really annoyed that people insinuate that it was an attack on the LGBT community for the same reason I was about people doing the same about race with Rogue One.