Has Fox News Finally Turned Its Back On Donald Trump?

Donald Trump and Mike Pence received vastly different live media coverage across cable news when they delivered competing speeches while at the America First Policy Institute (AFPI). And it seems that FOX News was the most obvious in terms of difference.

Considering this being his first visit back to DC since Biden stole the 2020 Presidential Election, Trump gave what we believe to be an exceptional speech.

However, it appears FOX News had other thoughts/opinions, as they chose to air Pence’s speech and not Trump’s. Is this a sign that the news outlet is turning its back to the former president?

You can watch the video here: AmericaFirstPolicyInstitute/Youtube

Breitbart reported that Pence had spoken at an event just hours earlier.

We’re all aware that Pence avoided discussing the corrupt 2020 Presidential Election results and instead chose to let American down by certifying the results for Joe Biden.

The report from Breitbart also pointed out that FOX News chose to air Pence’s speech but not Trump’s.

Fox News declined to air former President Donald Trump’s Tuesday speech at the America First Policy Institute (AFPI) summit, despite airing a speech by Vice President Mike Pence hours earlier.

Although the network skipped Trump’s speech, Fox News aired former Vice President Mike Pence’s speech at the Young Americas Foundation’s national student conference just hours before Trump spoke.

Trump’s speech at the AFPI summit, organized by former senior officials in his administration, marked the first time the former president had been in Washington D.C. since President Joe Biden took office in January 2021.

FOX News has lost a significant amount of viewers since the 2020 Election and are a perfect example of how to destroy their base.

Sources: TheGatewayPundit, Breitbart


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