Published: Tue, July 09, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Trump Again Lashes Out at Fox News for Not Sufficiently Adoring Him

Trump Again Lashes Out at Fox News for Not Sufficiently Adoring Him

Despite having previously criticized the network for hosting town halls with Democratic presidential candidates like Sanders and Pete Buttigieg, on Sunday he also derided Fox News for failing to land "the very BORING Dem debates", while alleging that it is "loading up with Democrats".

Try as he might, Palkot couldn't cover up the crowd's enthusiastic yelling and just like that Fox News, Trump's favorite channel, had been infiltrated by those pesky libs.

It was unclear what Fox News program Trump was referring to in his tweets or what story he was talking about that attributed to the Times.

"Fox News is changing fast, but they forgot the people who got them there", Trump wrote.

Fox News has always been Trump's favorite network, often praising and appearing on opinion-based shows like "Fox & Friends", "Hannity", "The Ingraham Angle" and "Tucker Carlson Tonight".

And it's not only Trump who's been fielding questions about alien activity: Russian President Vladimir Putin was probed (metaphorically) on the issue during his latest annual Q&A with citizens when he was asked if he himself happened to be an alien.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi speaks during a news conference at the Federal Building in San Francisco on Monday, July 8, 2019. Despite the progressive's efforts, the House adopted the Senate bill on a 302-102 vote.


Fox News is already deep in the bag for Trump.

"I suspect Fox executives don't get too worked up over the president's tweets and offhanded comments", said Ken LaCorte, a longtime Fox News executive who now operates his own website.

Members of the Trump administration also defended conditions at the United States border after the New York Times published its report on Saturday.

Still, many of Fox's regular viewers also follow Trump on Twitter, and there's a risk when the president foments discontent. Trump will obviously come under criticism; to what extent does Fox reflect that?

One researcher spent months studying the relationship between Trump and Fox News.

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