Bill O'Reilly shook things up Thursday morning and defended President Obama to a crew of his Fox News colleagues for what is now being called the infamous "Latte Salute" (#LatteSalute).
Obama was hit with criticism Wednesday when he was seen stepping off Marine One and saluting military officers with a coffee cup in his hand.
The "Fox & Friends" co-hosts were naturally very troubled by this. To their surprise though, Bill O'Reilly didn't seem to lose any sleep over it.
"Once in a while, you gotta cut him a little slack," O'Reilly said. "He didn't mean anything malevolent."
The "Fox & Friends" co-hosts weren't having that response, however, and pushed O'Reilly for a more typical O'Reilly response:
"Don't you think it's odd that he's going to the global warming summit with a styrofoam cup?" Steve Doocy asked.
"But you understand why it's bothering??" Hasselbeck followed up.
O'Reilly's response: "Don't sweat the small stuff."
Wait, did we hear that correctly?
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