Trump mocked a journalist as "politically correct" for wearing a face covering to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
It's also a sound safety precaution, and recommended by his own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The president is not happy the conservative news network is giving airtime to Democratic candidates.
At a Pennsylvania rally, President Donald Trump mocked a security guard for not being rough on a protester who was being escorted out.
“I don’t know who he was. He didn’t do the greatest job," the president complained.
His faux alternative to Comedy Central's "brutal" Alec Baldwin insult fest will make sure you don't take offense.
But she said in a new statement she still believes that "any actor should be able to play anybody."
The actress reportedly opened up about "political correctness" in an interview with As If magazine.
"For me, ‘politically correct’ means, you know, be a human being, be mindful of being kind," the “Veep” star told Vogue.
"Stop working sooooo hard on being politically correct," the president tweeted after the network didn't air Pirro's Saturday show.