Are you trying to fuck me?
"Frank," said the early-morning wake-up call, "are you trying to fuck me?" [Frank Stanton was then the president of CBS.]
"Who is this?" said the still sleepy Stanton.
"Frank, this is your President, and yesterday your boys shat on the American flag," Lyndon Johnson said, and then administered a tongue lashing: how could CBS employ a Communist like Safer, how could they be so unpatriotic as to put on enemy film like this? Johnson was furious. ... (Johnson was insisting that Safer was a Communist, and when aides said no [after also getting to check him out in depth], he was simply a Canadian, the President said, "Well, I knew he wasn’t an American.") - David Halberstam, The Powers That Be, 490
As if it needs to be pointed out, it is totally inappropriate for the President of the United States to call people up like this and chew them out. It is threatening to have the President curse you out for exercising your rights as an American citizen.
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