Trump Rages At Fox News


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Trump Rages At Fox News, Says It’s Now Worse Than ‘Fake News CNN’
The president again lashes out at his onetime favorite news network.
By Ed Mazza
07/07/2019 11:10 PM ET

President Donald Trump lit into his once-favorite network on Sunday, saying Fox News is now even “worse” than his longtime bête noire, CNN.

Trump said the network “forgot the people who got them there.” He griped Fox News was “loading up with Democrats” and complained it was citing The New York Times as “a ‘source’ of information,” an apparent reference to the newspaper’s Sunday article about disease, hunger and overcrowding at a Texas center holding migrant children.

The president tweeted:
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Trump is known to watch Fox News and has granted many of his interviews to the network. Lately, however, he has attacked the cable network several times.

Something weird going on at Fox,” he tweeted last month after the network’s polls showed him falling behind many of his potential 2020 rivals.

And in May, he criticized Fox News just for giving airtime to Democratic candidates.
Fox is moving more and more to the losing (wrong) side in covering the Dems,” he wrote.

However, Trump also has a warm relationship with many of the network’s opinion hosts, especially Sean Hannity, who took the stage with the president at a campaign event last year despite claiming beforehand he was only there to cover it.

“By the way, all those people in the back are fake news,” Hannity said at the event, using Trump’s favorite phrase as he gestured to an area where the media was gathered, including a reporter for Fox News.

In a since-deleted tweet, he claimed he wasn’t referring to anyone at his network.


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How did the bugger decide to fly from his private island to NY and into the waiting arms of the law?

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Trump Posts Fake Ronald Reagan Quote Predicting a Trump Presidency ....

On June 4, President Donald Trump ripped actress Bette Midler as a “sick scammer” for sharing a statement on Twitter falsely attributed to the commander-in-chief. One month later, President Trump shared a statement on Twitter falsely attributed to former President Ronald Reagan.
Trump tweeted the quote on Monday morning from an account purporting to represent the Reagan Battalion — a conservative news site. Only, the account was phony (it has seven followers) and so too was the quote it tweeted on Feb. 20, 2017 — superimposed over a picture of Trump and Reagan shaking hands. :D:D:D:D:D

“For the life of me, and I’ll never know how to explain it, when I met that young man, I felt like I was the one shaking hands with the president,” Reagan allegedly said.

Reagan never made that comment. Joanne Drake, chief administrative officer of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute, told Politifact that while the photo of the handshake is authentic, the comments are not.

“He did not ever say that about Donald Trump,” Drake told Politifact.
I'll not. argue. I was in Nai in June and I know it's different. Not highways and crap, but facilities and cleaning up the place.

Sometimes when you disagree on a political level, just let it go..
I'm glad it's changed because, I was there in December and the place was a mess!
The only time I recall Nai being clean was during kibakis time