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It's better to be seen as mean than nice to Trump

It's better to be seen as mean than nice to Trump

Late night host Jimmy Fallon has caved to liberal Hollywood, saying he regrets his light hearted interview with now President Donald Trump. Fallon told the New York Times this week he wasn’t trying to endear Trump to undecided voters, but was trying instead to minimize him. He said the outrage that followed on social media was "devastating" to him.

Today on "Dana," Dana Loesch and TheBlaze reporter Brandon Morse had an animated discussion of how disappointing it was that Fallon "wussed out" to fit in with the "progressive hive-mind gestapo."

TheBlaze's Allie Stuckey thought it sad that those on the left might see Fallon as a better person "for making fun of someone else."

To see more from Dana, visit her channel on TheBlaze and watch full episodes of “Dana” live weekdays 6–7 p.m. ET or anytime on-demand at TheBlaze TV

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