Fox News host Heather Childers on Friday needled President Obama for using the phrase “YOLO” in a video produced by BuzzFeed after American hostage Kayla Mueller died in the hands of the Islamic State terror group.
“The President says, ‘YOLO, man!’ And for people at home who may not know what that stands for, YOLO stands for ‘you only live once,'” host Heather Childers said.
“Well you know who’s not alive, Juan, now? Kayla Mueller,” she said to Fox contributor Juan Williams. “And this was shot on the same day that information was released regarding her death.”
“I don’t think it has any connection to Mrs. Mueller’s sad demise,” Williams answered, pointing out the purpose of Obama’s Buzzfeed collaboration — promoting the Affordable Care Act.
Childers was not convinced, turning to her second guest, Fox contributor Mary Katherine Ham.
“And, Mary Katherine, do you agree that the timing of this has nothing to do with what we’re talking about today?” the host asked.
Ham had trouble throwing Childers a bone.
“I’m less concerned with the timing and more concerned with the sheer silliness of it,” she said, criticizing Obama for sporting the “undignified” and “not-exactly-presidential” invention, the selfie stick.
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