I watched the interivew.
I didn't mention it yesterday, but one of the main reasons I didn't want to see it was because I had no faith in Brett Baier's ability to get the needed answers. After all, Baier isn't exactly known as a hard-hitter.
And he didn't tarnish that image. In fact, he was abysmal. Now I know that a President is playing with a stacked deck, but when he plays his hand, and you can see he's cheating and there's nothing you can do about it, you've got to cut your loses, stand up, and walk away from the table. Baier allowed Scumbama to ramble on, despite half-hearted attempts to interrupt several times.
In the end, we did see that Rotbama was willing to go along with all the shenanigans, but we already knew that, and where Baier had every chance to become an "Enemy of the State," he failed utterly.
And the last question Baier asked? "What do you think about Tiger's return to the Masters?"
He really should consider changing his first name to Teddy