Fox New Host Suffers Brain Malfunction After Legal Analyst Says Trump’s New AG is ‘Not Qualified Under The Law’
On Thursday, the hosts of “Fox & Friends” had a hard time handling the truth when legal analyst Andrew Napolitano said that President Donald Trump’s new acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker is “not qualified” to serve.
When discussing Trump’s decision to fire Jeff Sessions and replace him with Whitaker, Napolitano broke down why Trump’s appointment is flatly illegal.
“You’re saying the guy the president appointed is not qualified?” host Steve Doocy asked.
“Is not legally qualified,” Napolitano clarified.
An incredulous Doocy replied: “The president’s got lawyers, they looked at that!”
Napolitano then explained that there are only three ways someone can become an acting AG: If you’re already serving as the deputy AG, if you have a job at the DOJ that requires you to be confirmed by the Senate, and if you were appointed while the Senate was in recess.
Whitaker, Napolitano explained, does not meet any of those criteria.
“He has chosen someone who, under the law, does not qualify to be acting attorney general,” he concluded.
“So he’s really not the attorney general?” a confused Ainsley Earhardt asked.
“That’s correct,” Napolitano confirmed. “Which is why he did not take an oath of office.”
“They say that he already took an oath so he doesn’t have to take it again!” interjected host Brian Kilmeade, referring to the oath Whitaker took when he became chief of staff at the DOJ.
“That’s a political response,” Napolitano shot back.
Watch the exchange in the video below:
Fox’s Andrew Napolitano: Trump “has chosen someone who does not qualify under the law to be the Acting Attorney General of the United States.” pic.twitter.com/gFKQBDy0vg
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) November 8, 2018