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  • Trump: Fox News works for me. Fox News: no. Fox News viewers: yes you do

    Exhibit A is this tweet, from the President of the United States of America, angered at the presence of criticism on his favorite channel: Exhibit B is this almost-plaintive response from Fox News anchor Brit Hume, not quite able to plainly say Fox News doesn't work for him, but at least managing to say it isn't supposed to work for him. Exhibit C is all the responses to Brit Hume from angry Fox News viewers, which don't need to be embedded here, or even read, because you already know exactly...

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  • Trump delivers another blow to Fox News: 'Fox isn’t working for us anymore!'

    Trump's attacks on the typically friendly network have grown more frequent

  • Trouble in paradise: Trump attacks Fox News – and Fox News hits back

    Neil Cavuto becomes the latest network host to reject Trump’s criticism, saying: ‘My job is to cover you, not fawn over you’ The honeymoon between Donald Trump and his TV network of choice is showing signs of strain. Following a series of swipes at Fox News from the White House this summer, Neil Cavuto has become the latest network personality to push back against the president’s expectations of uninterrupted praise. Related: Michael Flynn completes cooperation with federal prosecutors – live...

    the Guardian
  • Fox News personalities fire back amid Trump attacks: ‘Fox News isn’t supposed to work for you’

    NEW YORK — The one constant with President Donald Trump's increasingly frequent attacks on Fox News has been the network's refusal to respond, even as the president complains that "Fox isn't working for us anymore." In recent days, however, some Fox personalities like Bret Baier, Juan Williams and Brit Hume

    The Washington Times
  • Even Fox News Says Trump's Wall Is a Mistake

    Trump's promises of an impassable wall are deflating as 2020 fast approaches, and even Republicans are turning against him.
  • US teen says news media has 'misrepresented' case

    One of two American teenagers accused of murdering an Italian police officer claims the "facts" of his case have been "unfairly misrepresented" by the media, according to a statement from his family's attorney. Finnegan Lee Elder, 19, was arrested in Rome in July alongside 18-year-old Gabriel Natale Hjorth, on suspicion of murdering Carabinieri officer Mario Cerciello Rega. Rega was stabbed eight times as he attempted to recover a stolen backpack from the teens, police say. Elder's family sent a...

  • US says reports of CIA mole in Kremlin puts lives at risk

    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday angrily denounced news reports detailing the secret exfiltration of a CIA mole who had operated at the top levels of the Kremlin, saying such reports could put lives at risk. The informant reportedly confirmed to US intelligence that President Vladimir Putin directed Russia’s meddling in the 2016 [