Fox News Host: Obama ‘Could Give A Shit’ About The Threat Of Terrorism (VIDEO)

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December 7, 2015 2:08 p.m.

UPDATE, Dec. 7, 2015, 4:19 PM ET: Dash has been suspended for two weeks for the on-air remarks.

Fox News hosts’ full-throated condemnation of President Obama’s terror address continued late Monday morning, as a host of one of the network’s cornerstone shows said she felt Obama “could give a shit” about the threat posed by the Islamic State.

Discussing Obama’s Sunday evening address, the women of “Outnumbered” took particular issue with the President wearing a tuxedo for the primetime address, which they said he wore so he could easily transition straight to another event.

“It’s ridiculous,” Stacey Dash said. “His speech was an epic fail. It was like when you have to go to dinner with your parents, but you have a party to go to afterwards, that’s what it felt like.”

“I did not feel any better. I didn’t feel any passion from him,” Dash, a frequent Fox News contributor, went on. “I felt like he could give a shit – excuse me, like he could care less. He could care less.”

While Fox News censored the word, Dash’s intended meaning with the impassioned remarks was clear.

USA Today reported that Obama made at least three wardrobe changes last night. He donned a tux to attend the Kennedy Center Honors, but photos from the nationally televised speech show Obama was wearing a business suit for the terror address in the Oval Office.

“Here we have 14 people dead, today is the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, OK. His speech should’ve had a lot more passion,” the “Outnumbered” host said. “Where is Winston Churchill when you need him?

It wasn’t the first time the wheels came off on Monday while the network discussed Obama’s address. On Fox Business, retired Army leader and Fox analyst Ralph Peters called the President “such a total pussy, it’s stunning,” prompting host Stuart Varney to demand an apology.

Watch the full segment below:

h/t Mediaite

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