Trump just called into FOX News radio to complain he’s “not happy” with them


This morning, President Trump decided to call into FOX News host Brian Kilmeade’s radio show in order to complain about how the rest of the network isn’t producing enough positive coverage of him and to warn him that the president was “not happy” with his cheerleading network.

In between the president’s usual ramblings about how China is actually to blame for the economic instability, his reckless trade war has provoked and some ridiculous brags about his rallies (“I’ve never had an empty seat!”), the president shared his displeasure with FOX but assured Kilmeade that he and the rest of the FOX and Friends crew, which is truly sycophantic in their mindless support for the president, were still “good” along.

Unsurprisingly, he was still happy with openly white supremacist opinion hosts Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and Tucker Carlson.

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This makes it clear that the only people Trump is upset with at FOX are the few actual journalists who still work there and still attempt to cling to some standards of journalistic integrity, like Juan Williams, Chris Wallace, and outspoken Trump critic Shep Smith.

Yesterday, the President stunned the nation by declaring that it was time for him to find a “new network” after FOX News hired former DNC official Donna Brazile.


While it’s no great surprise at this point, there’s something stunning about watching the President of the United States openly behave as if the FOX News channel is his state propaganda station and then get this mad when they stop showering him with praise for literally minutes out of all the countless hours they’ve spent propping him up and excusing his worst excesses.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.