Fox News released a poll Thursday night showing 71 percent say President Trump’s tweets are hurting his agenda while 17 percent see the tweets as helpful.

And that was conducted before the Thursday morning tweet unleashed by the president on Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski.

Of course we were as shocked as everyone when we heard about this, because we had no idea the two TV hosts were getting hitched.

We thought they were already married, like, to other people.


And then we saw U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s response:

“These comments were inappropriate and wrong,” Gardner told Colorado Politics in a statement. “It’s the kind of discourse we teach our children not to engage in.”

While U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman had this to say:


We agree it’s not presidential, but we also understand Trump’s frustration at the hourly personal attacks on him from the media, especially MSNBC, and the desire to hit back.

We just wish he wouldn’t stoop to their level.

We side with the Fox News poll that it’s hurting the Trump agenda. And with so much to celebrate about the direction government is finally taking, we would rather be talking about that.