Just when it seemed like Minnesota Republican and presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann would never get over the insult of Chris Wallace asking if she is a "flake," she got over it. Appearing on Hannity Monday night, Bachmann said that she received an apology call from Wallace: "He did apologize, and I was happy to accept his apology, and we will move on."
Bachmann then, once again, insisted that she is a "serious" person and candidate.
The congresswoman's move is probably a smart one. Holding a grudge against a TV host who questions your seriousness seems a little misplaced on the same day you accidentally praise a serial killer clown who killed 33 people, when you meant to refer to a celebrated actor.
Hannity did not join in the John Wayne/ John Wayne Gacy gaff fun. "John Wayne was born in Iowa," he said in Bachmann's defense, criticizing the press for jumping on her slip up -- which was not very fun of him at all.
Watch the video of Bachmann of Hannity here, which recaps the whole spat (via Mediaite):