Trump Rages: Andrew Napolitano Hates Me Because I Didn’t Appoint Him To SCOTUS Like He Asked Me To

The Hill reports:

President Trump tweeted late Saturday that Fox News analyst Andrew Napolitano met with him and urged the president to nominate Napolitano to the Supreme Court, as well as grant a pardon to one of the judge’s friends.

Napolitano, a former superior court judge in New Jersey, currently works as a legal analyst for Fox News.

The White House did not immediately return a request for comment on when the conversation with Napolitano occurred, or to whom the Fox News commentator had supposedly asked Trump to pardon.

Trump is furious because Napolitano wrote this:

Obstruction is a rare crime that is rarely completed. Stated differently, the obstructer need not succeed in order to be charged with obstruction. That’s because the statute itself prohibits attempting to impede or interfere with any government proceeding for a corrupt or self-serving purpose.

The president’s job is to enforce federal law. If he had ordered its violation to save innocent life or preserve human freedom, he would have a moral defense. But ordering obstruction to save himself from the consequences of his own behavior is unlawful and condemnable.

As you can see in the second tweet below, Trump appears to imply that Napolitano is gay by putting quotation marks around “pal” in a reference to Shepard Smith.