Fox News on Wednesday cut away from a speech being delivered by President Donald Trump shortly after he complained that the network isn’t treating him as fairly as it should.
While talking before the Faith & Freedom Coalition, Trump mentioned that he was watching his “favorite network” recently — and then he went off on a tangent on how this network needed to do a better job of being nice to him.
“[Fox News] doesn’t always treat me so great, by the way,” he said. “They could do better. But at least they are fair!”
Shortly afterward, Fox stopped its live feed of Trump’s speech and host Harris Faulkner jumped in to recap other aspects of the president’s speech, including “Merry Christmas coming back.”
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Trump tries to change the subject by blaming Obama — then accidentally admits he’s putting kids in ‘cages’
President Donald Trump was the target of a Democratic press conference with four Congresswomen of color who were calling him out for racist tweets telling them to go back to their countries.
The women attacked every policy that Trump seems to be losing on. Trump seemed to try and pivot to another issue entirely, blaming former President Barack Obama for building the cages that he's putting children in after he takes them from their parents.
The Obama Administration built the Cages, not the Trump Administration! DEMOCRATS MUST GIVE US THE VOTES TO CHANGE BAD IMMIGRATION LAWS.
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"President Trump is doubling down on his racist tweet aimed at four Democratic women of color in Congress," said Acosta. "The president is dumping more fuel on the firestorm he touched off by telling those members of Congress, if they aren't happy in this country, they can leave. President Trump is defending his racist attacks on Twitter, not concerned that his tweets aimed at four women of color in Congress may appeal to white nationalists."
‘We will not be silenced’: Young women of color in The Squad refuse to back down in the face of Trump’s racism
Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) promised on Monday that the young women in Congress known as "The Squad" would not back down in the face of racist attacks from President Donald Trump.
Pressley spoke at a press conference with Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI).
"I also would like to just underscore the fact that despite the occupant of the White House's attempts to marginalize us and to silence us, please know that we are more than four people. We ran on a mandate to advocate for and represent those ignored, left out and left out and left behind," Pressley said.