Trump: The 'other side' should 'take it easy' with language, 'radical' ideas

President Donald Trump is slamming the opposition, blaming those who have spoken out against him for the division in the country.

In an interview with Fox News, the president said he hopes, “the other side realizes that they better just take it easy.”

"They better just take it easy because some of the language used, some of the words used, even some of the radical ideas I really think they're very bad for the country," Trump added.

Trump was asked about protestors who have demonstrated against him and members of his administration, as well as celebrities like actor Robert De Niro, who cursed Trump out during the Tony Awards and comedian Samantha Bee, who caused controversy after she used an obscene word to describe Ivanka Trump.

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FOX News host Maria Bartiromo also praised the president for his economic achievements while in office, sparking Trump to detail positive statistics about U.S. unemployment.

The Trump administration has accused Democrats of hypocrisy in the past, often when it comes to issues of tolerance. Democrats have fired back noting Trump’s frequent bashing of his opponents and using violent rhetoric in regard to protesters at his rallies.