"I just think it's all completely skewed to an environment where everyone's offended by everything and no one's allowed to tell a joke," he said. "If you said a joke 10 years ago that offended somebody you can never host the Oscars, so now there's no host for anything. The Emmys now just said that they're not gonna host, either. So the hosts have gone, and soon every award winner will go because everyone's a human and they're all flawed. … The liberals get what they want, which is a humorless void where nothing happens, where no one dared to do anything or laugh about anything or behave in any way that doesn't suit their rigid way of leading a life. No thanks. … Populism is rising because people are fed up with the PC culture."
"It's completely untenable to have an Ambassador continue in his job after such a fiasco has wrecked all credibility with the country he is supposed to be working with," he said. "If Sir Kim genuinely held such grievous concerns about the president of the United States, he should have imparted them to the Prime Minister in person. To commit them to a digital imprint knowing full well the inherent danger of doing so was incredibly dumb. Rather than build bridges as he was supposed to do, he's burned them."