Trump Mocks Wrong Editor As He Gloats Over Vanity Fair’s Hillary Clinton Hit Piece

Hillary Clinton

Earlier this week, I saw this tweet from Vanity Fair that suggested, among other things, Hillary Clinton should “Take up a new hobby in the New Year. Volunteer work, knitting, improv comedy… Literally anything that would keep you from running again.”

Folks were not happy about a woman as accomplished as Clinton being told to “take up knitting.”

In any case, Donald Trump (who has no time for golf or watching Fox News or reading anything the least bit negative about Hillary Clinton) chimed in today on the subject chiding Vanity Fair and somehow invoking the name of Anna Wintour, the editor in chief of Vogue – a completely different publication from Vanity Fair (other than that “V”).

In a statement on Wednesday, Vanity Fair said of the video, “It was an attempt at humor and we regret that it missed the mark.”

Channing Tatum Covers Vanity Fair

From the Vanity Fair interview:

“I think this one is probably more what people wanted in the first film,” he told me. “We just couldn’t do it on the first movie. I think we all wanted there to be moments like that in the first film, but the reality of that world is not all giggles and fun. We had to let people understand that we knew the world, that it’s a real one, not savory at times, at least the one I was privy to.”

“Every time I’ve put on a thong and am ready to walk onstage, I’m like, ‘Why do I want to do this?’ ”

I asked Tatum if he’d ever do it again—not in a film, not as a joke, but for real, in front of a mob of women, on a dark night when he could dance one of the classic pieces: the waylaid fireman; the cop who has other ways of settling the ticket; the street rapper who rides the pony. “Well, we’re going to start a [Magic Mike] show in Vegas, and I’ll never say never,” he told me. “I wouldn’t mind going out there and doing it one more time. Or maybe twice. But, you know, every time I’ve put on a thong and am getting ready to walk onstage again, I’m like, ‘Why do I want to do this?’ It’s very uncomfortable to be in a thong in front of a thousand people.”

“That was going to be one of our plot points. To thong or not to thong. But my wife was like, ‘You cannot have a movie without these guys getting in thongs.’ ”

And bonus round – check out Channing busting 7 dance moves in 30 seconds:

Channing Tatum Covers Vanity Fair For Annual Hollywood Issue

Channing Tatum, Amy Adams and Reese Witherspoon cover Vanity Fair

Channing Tatum cleans up nicely for the annual Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair.

Tatum shares cover duties with Amy Adams and Reese Witherspoon, while the extended cover also includes Eddie Redmayne, David Oyelowo, Benedict Cumberbatch, Miles Teller, Oscar Isaac, Felicity Jones, and Sienna Miller.

Check the video below as the celebs discuss their childhood nicknames during a break in the photo shoot with Annie Leibovitz.