Cavuto Rips 'Hysterical' Trump Critics: 'Your Hypocrisy Won't Stop'
In his "Common Sense" monologue, Neil Cavuto criticized those critics of President Trump who have shown "hypocrisy."
Cavuto said some in the media were aghast that Trump would allow a young boy from Virginia to mow the Rose Garden lawn at the White House.
He said they faulted Trump for "not sending a good signal on child labor and occupational safety."
Cavuto said such critics were also "obsessing" over his tweets, which "risks [them] looking like twits."
"I seriously doubt that if Barack Obama had a kid mowing the law at the White House, it wouldn't create a tenth the fuss," he said.
He criticized their "hypocrisy" in the way Trump was criticized for retweeting a doctored meme of the president hitting a golf ball that "hit" Hillary Clinton in the back, knocking her over.
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Cavuto asked how many of those same critics took issue with comedian Kathy Griffin posing with a cast of Trump's "severed head."
"Now who's hysterical?" he asked.