After declaring that he wouldn’t appear on Fox News due to poor treatment from its journalists, Donald Trump is at it again with the FOX due to insults said on the network at his expense.
Trump and Fox News have had an up-and-down relationship since the billionaire announced his presidential campaign. “Unheard of!” Trump declared this morning that he plans to boycott Fox News, because, you know, they treated him “unfairly”.
Considering that many of Trump’s volatile tweets and retweets – like his use of the ratings his visit to Stephen Colbert’s Late Show generated as flak against Fox News – happen in the early evening or at night, a strict no-Twitter policy for the GOP presidential candidate might not be such a bad idea. “We believe a candid meeting about our differences is required and that any misunderstandings can be handled without compromising those standards”, the statement continues.
At 11:45am today, we canceled Donald Trump’s scheduled appearance on The O’Reilly Factor on Thursday, which resulted in Mr. Trump’s subsequent tweet about his “boycott” of FOX News.
Trump and Ailes met last month after the candidate criticized For News anchor Megyn Kelly for some of the questions she asked during a Republican presidential debate. You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.
Most Republicans running for president oppose providing a path to citizenship to those living in the United States of America illegally.
Trump went on a tour of other stations in the ensuing days, and that was enough to make Ailes capitulate.
Talking to CNN’s Alisyn Camerota, Trump discussed a segment from Wednesday night’s The Kelly File with National Review editor Rich Lowry.
Trump has yet to respond to O’Reilly’s tough love, but plenty of his supporters have weighed in on social media and it’s probably a good thing that O’Reilly doesn’t spend much time on the “machines”. He even instructed his hosts not to mention Trump’s comments about Kelly’s “nose”.
Trump began a feud with Russell Brand after seeing the British comedian on a talk show and disliking what he saw.