A "Fox & Friends" co-host inadvertently compared Donald Trump to the infamous mobster John Gotti

"Never seen a legal offensive attack in my life on even John Gotti,” Brian Kilmeade said. “Why is this allowed?"

Published December 17, 2018 11:07AM (EST)

Brian Kilmeade (Getty/Rob Kim)
Brian Kilmeade (Getty/Rob Kim)

This article originally appeared on Raw Story

“Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade on Monday went off on an angry tirade over all the investigations being launched into President Donald Trump — but his rant may not have been as helpful to the president as he may have intended.

While going through all the probes that the president faces, Kilmeade inadvertently compared Trump to John Gotti, the infamous mobster who died while in prison in 2002.

“If you look at the president’s campaignhis inaugural committee, his administration, everyone around him, I have never seen a legal offensive attack in my life on even John Gotti,” Kilmeade fumed. “Why is this allowed?”

Kilmeade then accused Democrats of trying to completely block Trump from governing — despite the fact that the majority of investigations currently plaguing the president were authorized by Trump’s own appointees.

“They refuse to let this man be president!” he said. “They’re going right for his jugular!”

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By Brad Reed


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