In the final weeks of the Presidential campaign Donald Trump is going on the offense.
But the President is facing one obstacle he never expected.
Donald Trump said this change at Fox News is the biggest threat to his campaign.
In an interview on Mark Levin’s radio show the President revealed that the biggest difference he saw between the 2016 election and the 2020 contest was the coverage on Fox News.
“One of the biggest differences is Fox,” President Trump told Levin. “Fox is a whole different ballgame than it used to be. Fox was great. Fox was great. Fox is no longer great.”
Levin then warned the President that since he worked for Fox News Levin said he was expecting a call from his bosses at the network.
“I say it on Fox. I don’t care,” President Trump responded. “What difference does it make at this point?”
President Trump’s gripe with Fox News was the biased moderating by “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace during the first Presidential debate.
Wallace acted like he was a member of the Biden campaign by arguing with the President and repeatedly interrupting the President.
Trump kept up his attack on Fox News in an interview with Rush Limbaugh calling them the biggest “obstacle” he faced in his re-election campaign calling Fox News a “problem.”
“You have such an incredible audience. So I can tell them about Fox being a big obstacle,” President Trump added. “It’s a problem. Fox is a problem.”
President added that Fox was turning into another version of MSNBC and CNN by keeping Wallace as the face of its news programming.
“They’re going the way of CNN, and they’re going the way of MSNBC, and it’s a shame,” Trump said. “I mean, it’s a shame. When I watch it, I look at the people they hire. I mean, I could tell you some of the anchors, they’re so bad.”
“Fox is 50 percent of what they were — I would say less than 50, but 50 percent of what they were,” the President continued. “That’s still better than nothing. At some point maybe they’ll go all of the way, and that will be fine too. I’ll figure that out.”
Liberal critics falsely claim Fox News is “state TV’.
That is a lie.
Fox News may feature a couple of primetime hosts that support the President’s agenda.
But in between “Fox and Friends” and primetime much of Fox’s programming is indistinguishable from fake news CNN.
This is especially true on the weekends.
The reality is that Fox News is bending to its liberal critics that believe anything less than 100 percent negative coverage of Donald Trump is “sycophantic.”
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