He is the host of the popular Channel 10 series, Hughesy: We have a problem.
But on Saturday, comedian Dave Hughes, 47, had a problem of his own after he seemed to get the backing of President Donald Trump.
Taking a Twitter During the weekend, the president of the United States offered one of his infamous endorsements before the midterm elections of the United States.
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"Could you please read your tweets?": Australian comedian Dave Hughes criticizes President Donald Trump after he endorsed him on his infamous Twitter account
"Dave Hughes is running for Congress in the Great State of Minnesota," Trump wrote, referring to the vital state of the Midwest.
"It will help us comply with our America First policies, it is strong in crime, the border, our second amendment, commerce, the army and veterinarians."
& # 39; Dave has my full support & # 39 ;: President Donald Trump [above] endorsed Republican Congressman Dave Hughes over the weekend
Finished the tweet: Running against [Nancy] Pelosi Liberal Puppet Petterson. Dave has my full support. "
The president was referring, of course, to the Republican congressman for the United States, Dave Hughes, instead of the popular Australian humorist.
On Monday, the comedian told News.com.au that despite having a free Sunday on social networks, he chose to send a tweet again.
Not so happy! On Monday, the comedian told News.com.au that despite having a free Sunday on social networks, he chose to send a tweet again
"Can you try reading your tweets before pressing Send Mr. President, I'm not strong in the 2nd Amendment," he replied with the hashtag #fakenews.
"I was really trying to do a & # 39; No Social Media Sunday & # 39 ;, but when the President of the Free World gives you his support you have to get involved," he told the publication.
That's not Dave Hughes! The American Republican politician Dave Hughes [above] is standing in the all important swing state of Minnesota
With the polarizing state of politics in the United States. UU., Dave said he expected a number of heated responses from Democratic voters.
"I will be catfish to anyone who is stupid enough to believe that Trump has fully supported me," he told the publication.