Fox News hosts react to the Trump-Putin summit

Lester Mason
July 19, 2018

Trump insisted Monday in Helsinski that he believed Putin's denials of election hacking, but Tuesday read a statement claiming that he had misspoken in one particular remark questioning Russian interference in the election. "I don't see any reason why it would be". The conservative editorial page of The Wall Street Journal wrote that the press conference was "a personal and national embarrassment" for the president.

President Trump probably wasn't paying much attention to the intense and widespread criticism about his weak performance next to Vladimir Putin, but maybe he'll listen to this comment from Brian Kilmeade, one of the hosts of his favorite morning show, Fox & Friends.

"I'm sorry, it's the only way I feel". There is a consensus that "Putin is not right, Trump is wrong, we believe our institutions, we trust in our democracy, Russian Federation did interfere, we will not trade facts for feelings of legitimacy, we will not trade our conscious for conspiracy", Cuomo said, and with so many Americans of all political stripes getting outraged, "Trump's luck ran out". And there has been ample criticism from both sides of the aisle.

"What worries me about you, Mr. President, is you seem to say only good things about your enemies, our enemies, and to hell with your friends, our friends", he added, in reference to Trump calling the European Union a USA "foe" and his criticisms of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance. John McCain called the conference a "tragic mistake". Maybe his memory is failing because I can think of quite a bit.


While Cavuto is occasionally critical of the president and his administration, FBN has grown its large audience on the backs of right-leaning anchors who largely embrace Trump's economic and cultural vision.

Seriously? Of course this tweet has received plenty of coverage, and Business Insider even published a piece today citing expert opinions on whether Trump really did commit treason. That's what the media is supposed to do.

"Our relationship has never been worse than it is now", Trump said. There is a bottom pit of rage from Trump haters, be they in the media, Congress, or elsewhere.

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