‘Fox & Friends’ Host Fires Back At Trump’s ‘3rd Grade’ Attack On Fox News Anchor: ‘Seriously. Enough’

“Fox & Friends” weekend co-host Jedediah Bila fired back at President Donald Trump on Easter Sunday for his “3rd grade name-calling” after the president attacked her colleague, “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace on Twitter.

“Enough with the 3rd grade name-calling. Chris is doing his job. The news should not be any president’s friend, ally, or buddy. If it bothered you when Obama complained about Fox News, but you’re silent on this complete nonsense, then just stop,” she tweeted Sunday afternoon. “Seriously. Enough.”

The president had lashed out earlier in the day at Wallace, referring to him as a “Mike Wallace wannabe” in a tweet referring to Wallace’s father, the legendary CBS journalist.

“Just watched Mike Wallace wannabe, Chris Wallace, on @FoxNews. I am now convinced that he is even worse than Sleepy Eyes Chuck Todd of Meet the Press(please!), or the people over at Deface the Nation. What the hell is happening to @FoxNews. It’s a whole new ballgame over there!” he wrote.

Wallace has responded in the past to criticism from Trump that referred to his father, telling a panel discussion in February: “One of us has daddy issues, and it isn’t me.”