In more shocking news coming from liberal news outlets admitting they are wrong, MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle has apologized for comments about mocking President Trump’s economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, for saying he trusted “God’s will,” reports The Daily Caller.
Ruhle issued the apology on Twitter, saying she “meant no offense” and apologized “if my comments came off as dismissive of his faith.”
As a reporter, a mom & a Catholic, I know words matter & I want to clear something up.
I meant no offense when discussing @larry_kudlow’s WH appointment. I apologize if my comments came off as dismissive of his faith.
I would never question another person’s believe in God.
— Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle) March 17, 2018
Kudlow, obviously showing that he is above the petty childish commentary the liberal media loves to dish out, took the higher ground and accepted Ruhle’s apology publicly on Twitter saying, “Let’s move on.”
To @SRuhle : thank you for apology. I accept. Let’s move on. See soon.
— Larry Kudlow (@larry_kudlow) March 17, 2018
Kudlow was previously a conservative commentator on CNBC, and last week, he thanked the network for giving him a chance after he had dealt with an addiction. He concluded his statements with, “However things work out, it will be God’s will.” Kudlow is a Roman Catholic convert.
Ruhle raised the comments during her show, “Velshi & Ruhle.”
“That’s an interesting way to talk about being the national economic adviser to the president,” Ruhle said. “‘God’s will?’”
Later in the segment, she returned to the comments.
“This will be a challenge to Larry Kudlow, because the position that he’s in now, he has to stand there and represent real data,” she said.
Co-host Ali Velshi said: “Right. But, the fear is he may stand there and represent the president in the face of real data.”
Ruhle replied, “Well, as Larry Kudlow said, ‘It’s God’s will.'”
At least Kudlow understands what it means to be one of God’s children, something that liberal journalists have forgotten in this era of fake news reporting and demeaning people’s faith, especially conservatives.