G. McConway
September 6, 2022

Trump Hammers Fox News on Truth Social

Donald Trump is out stumping, and nobody is safe from his wrath.

Fox News, one of the few outlets that ever covered Trump fairly, is now the target of his venom.

Trump unloaded on Fox News on Sunday night.

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If you notice, Fox News has not had Donald Trump on any of its shows over the last year.

Trump appeared on Fox Nation recently, but that was the first in months.

No more calls to "Fox & Friends" and no more Sean Hannity.

So, it was not surprising to see Trump unload.

He posted, "Wow! Fox News is really pushing the Democrats and the Democrat agenda.

"Gets worse every single day.

"So many Dems interviewed with only softball questions, then Republican counterparts get creamed."

Trump now appears to be directing people to Newsmax, which is unquestionably behind Trump.

He also endorsed a new book by conspiracy theorist Dick Morris, which I think is a mistake.

Morris is a former Clinton advisor who has since switched to the Republican Party.

However, he is known for making outrageous predictions in the hopes of getting something right so he can tout that he saw it well before it ever happened.

He continues to predict that Hillary Clinton will run for office again in 2024.

While not airing Trump's rally (Newsmax did), Fox News has aired ads from Lincoln Project attacking him.

Trump wrote, "Not an easy place to be as a Republican, especially with all of the 'pervert' purchased ads."

He was referring to the allegations that were made against one of the founders of the organization.

Trump also offered to help CNN if they start portraying conservatives in a better light.

He wrote, "If 'low ratings' CNN ever went conservative, they would be an absolute gold mine, and I would help them to do so!"

Trump and CNN buddies… I just don't see it happening.

Source: Newsmax

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