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Politics Trump Lashes Out at Fox News for Giving Airtime to Democrats: ‘Pathetic!’

22:50  08 december  2019
22:50  08 december  2019 Source:   mediaite.com

Poll: Majority of Republicans think Trump a better president than Lincoln

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President Donald Trump is angry at Fox News again, teeing off once again while watching Fox News Sunday.

Wallace spoke with Congressman David Cicilline about impeachment this morning.

The president took to Twitter — after Cicilline’s interview played during the 2 pm Fox News re-airing of the Sunday show — and trashed Fox News for having “losers” and “Radical Left Haters” on, before adding, “The Dems wouldn’t let @FoxNews get near their bad ratings debates, yet Fox panders. Pathetic!”

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Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone© Provided by Mediaite, LLC All three Democrats he mentioned responded a few minutes later:

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