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Fox News analyst praises Trump’s ‘message discipline’ after president smears senators and insults reporters

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Fox News on Monday played a highlight reel of President Donald Trump lashing out at female reporters for asking questions about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

“The President there verbally sparring with the media in the Rose Garden after announcing his historic Mexico and Canada, one of his biggest campaign promises,” Fox News host Harris Faulkner said. “The president wins when he does this with the media most days, how did he do today?”

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“I thought he did fairly well,” answered Fox News analyst Gianno Caldwell. “I think it is unfair for press — journalists — to keep pushing the issue when there is a current pending investigation.”

Fox News contributor Doug Schoen, who once worked for Democrats, said the attacks on female reporters and an unnamed senator was a triumph for the president.

“This was a huge victory, whether you be a Democrat or Republican, independent, whatever,” Schoen claimed.

“What the president was demonstrating, is what we call in the business ‘message discipline.’ Stick to your issues, stick to your theme,” he argued. “If you are coming back to Kavanaugh, do it at the end.”

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Meghan McCain leads The View hosts in brutal attack on Nikki Haley: ‘Disqualified for national office’

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Addressing former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley's attempt to walk back her comments defending the flying of the Confederate flag, conservative co-host Meghan McCain took the lead on "The View" and hammered the former South Carolina governor -- agreeing with co-host Sunny Hostin that Haley disqualified herself from ever being president.

With host Whoopi Goldberg off for the day, McCain asked to speak first, and jumped all over Haley who recently wrote an op-ed attempting to explain away her comments made during an interview with right-wing host Glenn Beck.

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Trump singles out congresswomen of color during tweet attack on impeachment proceedings

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President Donald Trump was watching the impeachment proceedings Thursday morning, if his tweets are any indication. Despite multiple Democrats speaking in the morning session, Trump attacked only two women of color in his tweet: Reps. Veronica Escobar and Sheila Jackson Lee, both from Texas.

"Dems Veronica Escobar and Jackson Lee purposely misquoted my call," Trump claimed in his tweet. "I said I want you to do us (our Country!) a favor, not me a favor. They know that but decided to LIE in order to make a fraudulent point! Very sad."

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1205150488280350720

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Matt Gaetz’s false narrative about Ukraine gets smacked down by former prosecutor

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At Wednesday's hearing, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) argued that if President Donald Trump is being impeached for withholding aid to Ukraine, then President Barack Obama should have been impeached for not offering weapons to Ukraine in the first place.

But putting aside the fact that the Obama administration actually did provide some security aid to Ukraine, there was a very clear national security reason why the Obama administration was reluctant to approve lethal force on the same scale as the deal blocked by the Trump administration, as former federal prosecutor Mimi Rocah explained:

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