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On Sunday, he brought up the possibility that "the supernatural" was somehow involved in the disappearance. On Monday, he floated the idea that the plane could be hiding in North Korea. But last night, he really outdid himself, asking a former U.S. Department of Transportation inspector general whether the airplane was somehow sucked into a black hole. Yes, a black hole.
"I know it's preposterous," he said to her, "but is it preposterous?"
She handled it deftly, and you can watch the whole exchange for yourself. But it was another embarrassing moment for the network that could use fewer of them.