Donald Trump met with FIFA executives to celebrate North America's successful bid to host the World Cup in 2026.
Afterwards, Trump took questions—and maintained again that Mexico will pay for a border wall, as he promised in the 2016 election.
"The wall will be paid for, very easily. By Mexico. It will ultimately be paid for by Mexico," Trump said.
Then Trump went into a confused and rambling rant about social media and search.
"Google is really taking advantage of a lot of people, and I think that's a very serious thing," Trump claimed. "What Google and others are doing—if you look at what's going on at Twitter, if you look at what's going on at Facebook—they better be careful because you can't do that to people. We have tremendous—we literally thousands and thousands of complaints come in, and you just can't do that. Google and Twitter and Facebook, they're really treading on troubled territory and they have to be careful"
Fox News host Shep Smith reacted after airing the clip.
"Mexico will pay for the wall, as we all know," Smith said mockingly.
Smith then asked a correspondent to explain what Trump's confused rambling rant was about.
"This new thing—today's new thing. Not a thing, but a thing," Smith said. "Which means nothing.... What is he talking about? 'Treading on troubled territory.' 'You can't do that.' Do what to people?"
Trump's beef is with the news, because he tends to be criticized for his poor management of the country and allegations of corruption.
"It seems to be the news itself, because around there it's not good. The fake news tends to be pretty good to him, the real news tends to be pretty unpleasant," Smith said.