Actor Scott Baio was slammed by Tamron Hall during a guest appearance on MSNBC today after she called him out for both controversial Tweets he sent out about Hilary Clinton, and his speech at the Republican National Convention.
Baio, who has declared his support for Donald Trump, posted a tweet earlier this month which appeared to show Clinton standing in front of a derogatory word, tagging it as the "best meme out there," and has since defended it by saying Clinton was standing in front of another letter which made the word one that wasn't derogatory.
— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) July 17, 2016
Hall called him out for the Tweet, as well as one he posted some time ago of Michelle Obama, where he made fun of a face she was making, asking him if these tweets against women were his way of "making America great again." "Does joking about a woman that way make America great again?" She asked Baio.
Tamron Hall asks Baio about controversial Tweet: "Does joking about a woman that way make America great again." https://t.co/kboqVVjRzW — MSNBC (@MSNBC) July 19, 2016
The interview came one day after Baio's speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, where he told those in attendance that he believed Trump was the "president for all of us" and would be the man to bring religion and values back to the country.
"I'm here to talk about a man that I trust with the lives of my family, and the health of our country," he said in his speech. "America, the greatest country God ever created."
"We need Donald Trump to fix this," he continued, while discussing issues the country was facing. "...We can go for Donald Trump, a man doing this from the goodness of his heart, who genuinely wants to help. A man who knows how to get things done. A man who says what he means and means what he says."
"Donald Trump wants to be president for all of us," he closed the speech. "So of course, let's Make America Great Again. But let's make America, America again. "