The channel’s unified front appears to be crumbling as its personalities squabble on air about Trump’s predicament
The strength of Fox News, and much of its appeal to its viewers, is in its monolithic presentation of the news, particularly when it is favorable to Donald Trump.
But as the president faces the looming shadow of an impeachment inquiry, the channel’s unified front appears to be crumbling.
Tucker Carlson couldn’t let Shepard Smith’s comment calling the attack on Napolitano “repugnant.”
The infighting inside Fox is getting amazingly public pic.twitter.com/uKPUGplT7d
Fox show completely implodes when Juan Williams notes that conservative media is regurgitating talking points from the White House pic.twitter.com/EZ13ChimO6
Brian Kilmeade and Ainsley Earhardt say we have to remember that the whistleblower is politically biased against Trump, but Catherine Herridge can’t find any evidence of that in the complaint. She does however note that it cites several media outlets. pic.twitter.com/Su2kMuDzdl
….If the Democrats are successful in removing the President from office (which they will never be), it will cause a Civil War like fracture in this Nation from which our Country will never heal.” Pastor Robert Jeffress, @FoxNews
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