DOC: Sadly, we are just not able to get beyond the last election. I can't think of another election, even 2000, the contested election was George W. Bush who was an illegitimate president, and that narrative went on. Most people moved on. Bush moved on. 'I'm the president.' I mean, he moved on. A couple of people; right? But for some reason, we cannot get beyond this. Hillary cannot get beyond it, and Trump can't get beyond it. Just accept what -- like I've never seen somebody and win keep protesting. Just keep -- if you're the winner, you just move on.
BRAD: Take "yes" for an answer.
DOC: Exactly. Take the win. It's like being a Cleveland sports fan; right? Just deal with it. You have the whole thing the night before. So Hillary speechifies yesterday, and we played the clip for you. Trump then tweets out in response to Hillary because clearly, Hillary has not gotten beyond it. Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself refuses to say she was a terrible candidate. Hits Facebook and even Dems and DNC.
Okay. Yes, he's right.
BRAD: But why say it?
DOC: Right. Now, he could be using this as a tactic; right? To beat up on Democrats. It's the bully pulpit to get stuff up. But there's been so much of this stuff that has been less about that and more about Hillary, it's, like, dude, seriously, just get over it.
KRIS: Well, we saw here he brought back crooked.
DOC: Crooked Hillary.
KRIS: He brought that back. He hasn't done that in a while.
DOC: I mean, it's accurate. I don't disagree with this stuff. We already lambasted her this morning.
BRAD: But he's not doing anything about it. So just drop it.
DOC: Right. You won. Move pop there's going to be a lot of people supporting him that says he's messing with her. There's been so much where he keeps bringing up not just Hillary but still, how big the inauguration was and how his ratings -- dude, you're the president. We get it. I've accepted it. I accepted it the night of the election. Those people that don't, to hell with them. You're the president. Move on. So he tweets that out. Hillary then responds. People shouldn't throw covfefe.
KRIS: Does she know what that means?
BRAD: If anyone else said that, it would have been funny.
DOC: Hillary, sweetheart --
KRIS: Bless your heart.
DOC: Leave the comedy to the pros. Seriously, that's not your forte. You're more of a whiney speechifier. Like if I went out and started being a whiney speechifier and went to the stage. Hillary could then say Doc, whoa, whoa back off, man. Leave that to the pros; right? The annoying harpy wife. She's, like, hey, that's not who you are. That's not your brand, Doc. That's me. That's who I am.
Or let's say I decided to help -- like four Americans get killed in a place like Benghazi. She would say whoa, whoa, Doc --
KRIS: I know what I'm doing.
DOC: I know what I'm doing. I get people killed in Benghazi.
KRIS: What difference does it make?
DOC: Right. That's the type of thing. Or let's say I wanted to start a global foundation and not help people in, say, Haiti, and then I would use it as my own slush fund. Hillary could stand up and say hold on a second. You're not a pro in this. This is what me, Bill, and Chelsea do.
So let me just say, Hillary, that's not working. Don't do that. Whatever.
BRAD: You see, if you analyze the joke, it would have been funnier if she said people in glass houses shouldn't throw covfefe. Or people living in covfefe houses don't throw rocks. But you don't use both of them in the same bad joke formation.
DOC: Right. People in glass houses don't throw covfefe. The better part when you see it from Hillary --
BRAD: It's still not funny.
DOC: Right. A lot of jokes you hear. Even if you hear it from a comedian. You kind of hear their voice or cadence. When I hear it, I hear; right? That's all that comes across.
KRIS: That is true.
DOC: So she puts that out, which is a fail. Then a better tweet comes out. Is it Donald Trump Jr.?
BRAD: It's Donald Trump Jr.
DOC: He responded to hers to help dad out. This one's actually pretty good.
KRIS: He says "What house is he in again? That's what I thought. You're trying too hard."
DOC: What house is he in again? She brought up a house? He's in the White House where you -- I didn't even catch that. Oh, my gosh. So she's, like, people in covfefe houses, you're right. Covfefe must mean white.
I'm in the White House. Sorry. She just opened up the door for massive -- oh, no, you didn't. Wow. That's incredible.
BRAD: That's cerebral humor right there.