Looks like someone threw a temper tantrum after one of the hosts on his propaganda network got out of line and dared to push back at his gaslighting campaign spokesperson, who was pretending the presidential election isn't over.
What a coincidence that the same day a Fox “straight news” anchor suggested it was time to “stop talking” and “start acting against Iran” an American air strike in Baghdad killed powerful Iranian general, Qasem Soleimani.
Fox's Leland Vittert prods Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski about whether any of the witnesses during the impeachment depositions have first hand knowledge that it was Trump that directed the military aid to Ukraine to be withheld.
Fox's Leland Vittert takes the "I know nothing" defense of Trump on Ukrainian extortion for a test run with Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski. Needless to say, it didn't go so well for Vittert.
'I'm Going To Stop You': Fox News Host Cuts Off Shooting Expert After He Calls Suspect A 'White Supremacist'
Fox News host Leland Vittert cautioned a guest about speculating on the causes of a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas that was allegedly carried out by a white nationalist.
Fox News Host To Stephen Moore: GOP Started Spending Like Drunken Sailors 'When Trump Became President'
Fox News anchor Leland Vittert suggested on Sunday that Republicans in Congress ignored their own rhetoric on spending "when Donald Trump became president."
Trump supporter, Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow blamed "the decline in adherence to religious values and an adoption of secular values" for the increase in the number of hate crimes at churches over the past year.
Republican National Committee spokesperson Liz Harrington lashed out at Fox News host Leland Vittert over the weekend after he asked her about evidence that President Donald Trump committed obstruction.
During an interview on Fox News, host Leland Vittert challenged Moore on his claim that there is "nobody more qualified" than Cain to sit on the Fed Board.
Donald Trump’s very thin skin couldn’t take the challenging questions Fox News anchor asked a Republican congressman about the so-called national emergency at the border, so he spent his day rage tweeting instead.
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