Globe-trotting chef Anthony Bourdain took a sharp jab at President Donald Trump on Monday, chiding him for relying on a TV broadcast to base criticism of Sweden's handling of its immigration population.
Trump raised eyebrows when he commented on something that happened "last night in Sweden" during a rally in Florida on Saturday, later explaining the remark was based on a segment he watched Fox News during which Tucker Carlson talked about Sweden and its immigration policy.
The host of CNN's "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown" has been critical of Trump before, telling "The Wrap" last September he would "absolutely [expletive] not" like to have a private dining session with Trump.
"I would give the same answer that I would have given 10 years ago, when he was just as loathsome," Bourdain added about his fellow New Yorker.
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