New Trump Attack on Media Has Surprise Target

New Trump Attack on Media Has Surprise Target

Kenneth Cuccinelli, acting director of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, appeared on "Fox News Sunday" earlier on Sunday and asserted that facilities he visited in El Paso, Texas were being operated safely, but admitted that the facilities were overcrowded.

Trump also went after Fox News in a three-tweet barrage-or at least the network's weekend crew. That's his way of saying he's responsible for the network's success and they should thank him with fawning coverage.

US President Donald Trump has unexpectedly criticised his favourite cable news network, Fox News, accusing the channel of siding with the Democrats and citing "Fake unsourced New York Times" in their reports. "There's an audience on Fox News that doesn't hear enough from Democrats", she said at the time.

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Meanwhile, Tiny Jag says she's down with equality but she doesn't agree with the festival's method. But on Sunday, they reversed it, citing safety concerns over "threats from white supremacists".

"What we're hearing from management is that they're attempting to return people, and the story was changed in Mexico, where a person who understood Spanish before now doesn't understand - where a person who didn't have any health issues before now has health issues", the union representative said.

Brazile joined Fox News as a political contributor back in March. One example is Michael Bennet, who told Fox News Sunday host Dana Perino that former president Barack Obama "would have been indicted 24 hours a day on Fox News" instead of "applauded" if he was "coddling a dictator in North Korea, or laughing with Putin about Russia's attacks on our democracy". The network has over the past two years demonstrated such an unwavering devotion to pushing Trump's agenda, though, that he now feels he's in a position to demand absolute loyalty from every talking head the network throws in front of a camera.

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