After being pressed Sunday night by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, Pete Buttigieg told the host he believes there should be no limit on abortion, arguing he thinks it's best to allow those obtaining abortions "to draw the line" on when it's acceptable. "Fox is moving more and more to the losing (wrong) side in covering the Dems", Trump tweeted. "They forgot the people who go them there".
In a series of tweets Sunday afternoon, Trump also disparaged Fox News host Wallace for saying Buttigieg had substance, and taunted Buttigieg by calling him Alfred E. Neuman after a character from the satirical Mad Magazine.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg revealed his liberal opinion on abortion that echoed Senator Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) during a Fox news town hall on Sunday.
Pete Buttigieg is getting under President Donald Trump's skin.
When asked by Chris Wallace how he would handle Trump's debate insults and his tweets, Buttigieg paused before telling Wallace, "I don't care".
While breaking down the criticism he received from fellow Democrats for going on Fox News, especially in the wake of Democratic candidate Sen.
He's talking about the presence of Democrats on Fox News.
"I think the dialogue has gotten so caught up on where you draw the line that we've gotten away from the fundamental question of who gets to draw the line", he said. In response, Fox News Senior Vice President Bill Sammon issued a statement urging the DNC to reconsider. "So weird to watch Crazy Bernie on Fox News".
He said there were "big complaints" about the Trump fans "not being let in", again without providing any evidence for the claim.
Fox analyst Brit Hume, a frequent defender of the president, replied to the Trump tweets and said, "Say this for Buttigieg". Other Democratic candidates have had mixed reactions to the network, which the Democratic National Committee has banned from taking part in primary debates.
Another Trump interview was scheduled on the network for late yesterday.