Former US President Criticizes Fox News, Federal Indictment, & President Biden's Scandal in Recent Interview

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 06/20/2023
During an interview with Fox News host Brett Baier, the former President of the United States renounced his support for the network. He also criticized the federal indictment of special counsel Jack Smith, and pointed out President Biden's own scandal regarding classified documents.
Trump told Baier, "For me, at times, the Washington Post, various people, even Fox because, you know, I'm not really a big fan of Fox anymore. You're sitting here, though," the Fox host argued. Trump responded with a retort about spreading the word.
In essence, the ex-president expressed his displeasure with Fox and its coverage, amidst other political grievances.

During an interview, former US president Donald Trump compared his current situation with how it was in 2016. He claimed that his opponents fought him fiercely back then as they are doing now. He added that he emerged victorious in 2016 because things "changed for the better" during his term. Later in the same conversation, Trump took a swipe at the declining viewership of Fox News among independent voters.

In response, anchor Bret Baier clarified that Fox News still attracts more independent viewers than any other cable news source. Trump disagreed, stating that fewer people watch the channel now than in the past. Baier countered that they do observe the news on Fox, and Trump conceded that "A great deal less" viewers are watching now than previously.

Former President Trump commented on several issues during his speech, including the federal indictment of special counsel Jack Smith. He asserted his lead over Biden and other Republicans of up to 40 points, according to polls. Trump claimed his poll numbers are at an all-time high due to recognizing the ongoing political witch hunt for what it is.
Trump's remarks were indeed supported by a recent Harvard/CAPS Harris poll, which found that 56% of registered voters believe the indictment to be politically motivated. Interestingly, a slightly higher proportion of people believe the accusations involve election meddling.
Moreover, the former president also cited President Biden's controversial documents and the indictment's unfair treatment. "You want to discuss a mess? Take a look at Biden, who has 1,850 boxes - stored in Chinatown in Washington, D.C, at Penn Centre, and even under and around his corvette, which has been sitting in a garage for years," the speaker continued.

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