‘Boycott’ ends: Here’s why Trump is returning to Fox’s ‘O’Reilly Factor’

A Fox News spokeswoman confirmed Monday night that the GOP frontrunner is booked on Tuesday’s edition of “The O’Reilly Factor“. Mr. Trump trusts he has been dealt with unjustifiably in specific cases, Fox News has held each hopeful in this race to the most noteworthy journalistic principles all through our scope. In a statement at the time, the network said of Trump, “When coverage doesn’t go his way, he engages in personal attacks on our anchors and hosts, which has grown stale and tiresome”.


Hours after his anti-Fox rant, he asked the network for an apology because he didn’t like what Rich Lowry, the editor of the National Review, had to say about him on the Kelly File. He suggested in a tweet that he initiated a boycott.

Fox News has not treated me fairly”, Trump reiterated on Thursday morning in an interview with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota. Since then, Trump has been engaged in a war of words with Fox executives and personalities.

Billionaire Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters at the South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce annual meeting September 23, 2015 in Charleston, South Carolina.

The day after Trump’s “boycott” tweet, Trump and Fox News chairman Roger Ailes spoke by phone.

The meeting is expected to take place sometime this week, but the date is not known. “Since Trump brings ratings everywhere he appears”.


Fox, though, is unique in that it has a core audience of loyal conservative viewers.

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