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PoliticsTrump threatens to block networks from hosting debates after Dems reject Fox

03:00  07 march  2019
03:00  07 march  2019 Source:   thehill.com

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President Trump on Wednesday responded to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) refusing to let Fox News host a Democratic primary debate by. Good, then I think I’ll do the same thing with the Fake News Networks and the Radical Left Democrats in the General Election debates !

networks from hosting debates after Dems reject Fox : Trump accuses Dems of 'presidential harassment' as investigations ramp up President Trump to let Fox News host a Democratic primary debate by threatening to "do the same thing" with other networks during the general election.

Trump threatens to block networks from hosting debates after Dems reject Fox© Getty Trump threatens to block networks from hosting debates after Dems reject Fox President Trump on Wednesday responded to the Democratic National Committee refusing to let Fox News host a Democratic primary debate by threatening to "do the same thing" with other networks during the general election.

"Democrats just blocked @FoxNews from holding a debate. Good, then I think I'll do the same thing with the Fake News Networks and the Radical Left Democrats in the General Election debates!" Trump tweeted Wednesday.

Trump has maintained a bitter relationship with the press since the campaign trail, often painting mainstream media outlets as "fake news" following critical coverage of himself or his administration.

The president alone would not have the power to prevent outlets from hosting a general election debate.

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