It seems that the confrontational questioning by The Daily Caller's Neil Munro, who made headlines Friday afternoon after interrupting President Barack Obama's news conference on a new immigration policy, was too subversive for a pair of Fox News personalities.
Appearing on "Studio B with Shepard Smith," Fox's Chris Wallace called Munro's antics "outrageous."
"The idea that you would interrupt the president in the middle of prepared remarks and shout a question, I don't think the guy should be allowed back in the White House and my guess is he won't be," Wallace said.
Smith took issue with Tucker Carlson, a Fox News contributor and editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller, who defended Munro.
"I'm hoping maybe Tucker didn't see it, didn't know the context, 'cause Tucker knows better," Smith said.