Nintendo’s “Super” Mario is no longer working in the trades, and that’s got Steve Doocy throwing fireballs.According to an update the video game and console manufacturer made to the character’s Japanese-language profile, Mario isn’t a plumber anymore, something Jillian Mele brought to the “Fox & Friends” table on Tuesday.“According to his new Nintendo profile, Mario worked as a plumber, quote, ‘a long time ago,'” she said. “He now focuses on sports and racing.”Also Read: 'Morning Joe' Mocks Trump for His Hurricane Harvey Help (Video)Fans want to flush that idea down the pipes — and so does Doocy (pictured above with former co-worker Gretchen Carlson).“Why would they make the — is it a political [move]?” he asked.
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