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"Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our people and our customers," Delta said, adding it was "investigating this incident."A photo of the Mississippi Republican on the Thursday flight was tweeted by Matt Harringer, who works for an advertising and media company in Washington, D.C.
Donald Trump watching FOx News Photo illustration by Salon/Getty Images/Fox News
President Donald Trump lashed out at Fox News on Monday over negative ads aired on the right-leaning network ahead of Election Day.
Trump, who has repeatedly appeared on Fox News forand to "Fox & Friends," has often tried to . He criticized Fox News on Monday after appearing on at least three of the network's Trump-friendly Fox News shows in only four days.
Biden eliminated attack ads during Trump's hospital stay. Trump's campaign saw no need.
"If the rule is that you don't attack the guy in the hospital, why would the President pull down his own ads?" Asked the Trump campaign's top spokespersonTrump's campaign didn't follow suit — a Syracuse University data project reveals Trump's campaign deploying attack ads at relatively steady rates before and after the diagnosis.
"@FoxNews allows more negative ads on me than practically all of the other networks combined," the president claimed without evidence. "Not like the old days, but we will win even bigger than 2016. Roger Ailes was the GREATEST!"
.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) allows more negative ads on me than practically all of the other networks combined. Not like the old days, but we will win even bigger than 2016. Roger Ailes was the GREATEST!
Ailes resigned as the longtime CEO of the network in 2016 following a. He died in 2017.
"I didn't realize the extent to which Roger really was a predator," former Fox News booker Laurie Luhnafter coming forward despite signing a non-disclosure agreement. Likening his behavior to "psychological torture," Luhn said Ailes repeatedly pressured her into performing sexual acts until she suffered a mental breakdown and attempted suicide.
India: Hundreds of thousands of tea pickers in Assam on indefinite strike
© Biju BORO / AFP Tea pickers joined farmers in protesting the liberalization of the sale of fruits and vegetables. The strike began this Friday, October 9 to demand wage increases. These workers joined the farmers, who have been protesting for two weeks now against the new selling prices for fruit and vegetables. With our correspondent in Bangalore, Côme Bastin The State of Assam produces nearly 50% of India's tea, and it is found on many tables around the world.
Former hosts Gretchen Carlson, Megyn Kelly and Andrea Tantaros were among.
Trump's praise of an accused sexual predator drew heavy backlash on Twitter.
"Lying predator praises lying predator,".
Media reporter Yashar Ali also pushed back on Trump's characterization of his relationship with Ailes.
"Roger Ailes with a sexual predator who destroyed women's lives and also would have had no tolerance for most of the president's antics especially in the past year,". "The president and Roger would have barely been speaking right now. He may have been the subject of tweets."
Trump's complaints about the network come as his floundering campaign focuses the majority of its cable ad spending on Fox News, whose viewers already
Trump's campaign has spent 52% of its cable spending on Fox News since the spring versus 9% on CNN and 6% on MSNBC, according to NBC News. He has also spent far more money than Biden on cable ads, outspending him $15 million to $2.5 million over that time. Bidenacross all advertising in the final weeks.
The Lincoln Project's campaign against Trump
A group of longtime Republican strategists who have worked with the likes of John McCain and George W. Bush have launched a scorching campaign against the president. Lesley Stahl reports.They call themselves the Lincoln Project. Named for the "Party of Lincoln," which they allege has gone so dangerously astray under President Donald Trump that they've decided to take the strategic and ad-making firepower they've trained for years on Democrats and turn it against their own. And the president's bout with COVID-19 is not slowing them down.
Though Trump's campaign has raised a ton of money, it has already blown through more than $820 million. The campaignlike Michigan and Pennsylvania last month amid its cash crunch.
Trump has tried to push back on the reports, even thoughfor much of the year.
"I keep reading Fake News stories that my campaign is running low on money. Not true, & if it were so, I would put up money myself,". "I will spend additional money if we are not spending enough!"
Over the weekend, thereported that the Trump campaign had also pulled ads in the battleground states of Iowa, New Hampshire and Ohio.
"It seems the Trump campaign has reached the point where they have to do some triage," Travis Ridout, the co-director of the Wesleyan Media Project, which tracks political ads, told the outlet. "They don't seem to have enough money to run ads everywhere."
Paige VanZant angry with suspected car thief for funny reason .
Paige VanZant appears to have been the victim of an attempted robbery on Tuesday night, but the biggest issue she had with the incident may surprise you. © Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Getty Images Paige VanZant VanZant shared some videos on her Instagram story Tuesday night that showed a brutal rainstorm ripping through where she lives in Florida. On Wednesday morning, she uploaded another video saying it looked as though someone tried to break into her car. While she had nothing to steal, the thief or thieves left VanZant’s driver’s side door open. That resulted in the interior of her car getting wet.