This is from the podcast Stuff You Should Know.
Josh: Okay. So and they, that happened basically in real life. It was such a close resemblance to that I remember a reporter asking Bill Clinton like “Have you ever seen the movie Wag the Dog?” Because it like the Balkan NATO missions started like right as the Monica Lewinsky scandal was heating up.
Chuck: And he said “It depends on what your definition of scene is…
Josh: That’s right. I mean we’re gonna be able to tee off on that guy forever huh.
Josh seems to have used the phrase 'tee off' meaning 'to make someone annoyed' as defined in The Free Dictionary.
But 'tee off on' is defined as 'to speak about (someone or something) in an angry way' in Webster's dictionary.
So I think 'on' should be omitted in the above context.
Am I wrong?