The Coast Guard gave Trump a sword. A top adviser suggested he use it on the media

Kelly jokes to Trump: Use saber on the press
Kelly jokes to Trump: Use saber on the press

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That's probably all you saw -- or heard -- about Trump's speech. But, lucky for us, the camera kept rolling -- and the microphones stayed live. (And CNN's Joe Von Kanel kept listening.)
That's Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly sitting next to Trump. And it's Kelly who says to Trump of the sword: "Use that on the press, sir."
    Memo to all politicians: You should assume:
    a) everything you say in public is being taped
    b) everything you say in private is being taped (See: Trump, Donald) and c) the microphones are always on. Always. (See: Biden, Joe.) (See: Obama, Barack) (See: Bush, George W.)
    In short: Never say anything publicly that you don't want the public -- all of them -- to hear.