It’s On! 2020 Election Season Is Here — Harris Goes After Trump

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Senator Kamala Harris the newly announced running mate of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, attacked President Donald Trump for pushing “miracle cures [for Covid-19] he saw on Fox News” and compared his coronavirus response to Barack Obama’s response of the Ebola outbreak in 2014.

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Theron on ‘Bombshell’: ‘This is a nonpartisan issue’

At the Glamour Women of the Year awards, Charlize Theron says her new film “Bombshell,” which explores the sexual harassment scandal at Fox News, is a nonpartisan story; while Ava DuVernay, Jameela Jamil and Megan Rapinoe discuss their activism. (Nov. 12)

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Gretchen Carlson wants to reveal details of Fox settlement

Gretchen Carlson received a reported $20 million settlement with Fox News after alleging sexual harassment. Now she’d like to reveal the circumstances behind her exit, but not before being released from her non-disclosure agreement. (Nov. 2)

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Charlize on ‘Bombshell’ impact on women depicted in it

Charlize Theron, who produced and stars in “Bombshell” – based on alleged events around the expulsion of Fox News’ Roger Ailes – says that she’s trying to get all the women portrayed in the film to see it; while co-star Nicole Kidman reveals whether she met Gretchen Carlson, the reporter she plays. (Oct. 15)

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Tear Gas And Rage At Puerto Rico’s Massive Protests

Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and his wife went on the offensive Monday in an attempt to do damage control after more than a week of protests on the island. But demonstrators didn’t seem to care: Hours later, they clashed with police, who used tear gas to disperse a crowd that threw bottles and rocks.

In a televised interview on Fox News on Monday, Rosselló was asked point-blank why he won’t resign, as the island’s protesters have repeatedly demanded. He tried to project that he understood why people were in the streets but that the best move for Puerto Rico was his continued leadership.

“I’ve seen the protests. I’ve heard the people talk. I’ve had a process of introspection,” he told Fox News’ Shepard Smith. “I’ve made a decision. I’m not going to run. I’m not going to seek reelection, that way I can focus on the job at hand.”

Rosselló’s wife, Beatriz, also tried to save face Monday when she visited a women’s shelter in Arecibo hit hard by Hurricane Maria. The island’s lackluster hurricane response has, in part, fueled the protests, as well as a trove of leaked messages between the governor and 11 of his confidants — one of which joked about feeding dead bodies to crows in the wake of the storm.

Rosselló has since apologized for the chats. Puerto Ricans aren’t convinced.

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Acquitted Navy SEAL thanks Donald Trump, Fox News

The decorated Navy SEAL who was acquitted of murder in the killing of a wounded Islamic State captive under his care in Iraq in 2017 thanked Fox News, President Donald Trump and two congressmen for their support during his trial. (July 3)

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Naomi Watts: Gretchen Carlson’s story inspiring

Actress Naomi Watts said former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson’s story of pushing back against media executive Roger Ailes, detailed in Showtime limited series “The Loudest Voice,” was inspiring. (June 26)

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Crowe on journalism: ‘We live in a very complicated period’

At the New York premiere of Showtime’s limited series “The Loudest Voice” – which fictionalizes the rise and fall of Fox News’ Roger Ailes’ – Russell Crowe and Naomi Watts discuss the difficulties of doing justice to the subject. (June 25)

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How Fox News Uses White Supremacist Language

In a piece of opinion commentary, INSIDER’s Manny Ocbazghi argues that Fox News programs have been echoing white supremacist language for some time now, specifically language tied to a conspiracy theory called “The Great Replacement.”

The Great Replacement is a theory that says nonwhite populations around the world are maliciously marginalizing and replacing white populations. This kind of rhetoric has become a popular talking point for Fox News pundits like Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham, especially when they do segments that cover immigration. Watch to see just how these Fox News programs do this and the effect it could have on their millions of viewers.

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Trump blasts Fox News election coverage

President Donald Trump, at a rally in Pennsylvania, criticized Fox News’ for hosting town hall meetings with Democratic presidential candidates. (May 21)

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Rep. Eric Swalwell Is Doing Everything He Can to Stay in the 2020 Race

Eric Swalwell appears on television a lot- enough that people in Iowa tell him that as he’s getting coffee in cafes in Dubuque.

The California congressman has been one of the most vocal members of the House Intelligence Committee about holding the president and his administration accountable in the Russia investigations.

Now, Swalwell’s trying to use that notoriety in a bid for president. But in a field of 21 Democrats, he’s learning that being a cable news darling isn’t enough. He’s currently polling at just 1% but he says he’s getting comfortable sticking out his hand to say he’s running for president.

“It’s very, I would say intimidating to say you’re running for president,” he said in a car ride between events in eastern Iowa at the beginning of the month.

“Every chance I get, I’m gonna introduce myself like I’m not starting, you know, as Vice President Biden here,” he added of his chances of making it all the way.

VICE News spent 48 hours with Swalwell in Iowa, where he’s trying to prove he can appeal to a broad demographic of Americans. He’s the son of a sheriff, but Swalwell is making gun control and reform his signature issue, even hosting one of his campaign launch events in Parkland, Florida.

At a Bellevue house party on Friday, Swalwell told a gathering of the Jackson County Democrats about his experience in Congress trying to work on the divisive issue.

“I came to Congress right after Sandy Hook happened,” he said. “I had hoped that I could be a part of a Congress that would actually do something about what had happened. Nothing.”

But as he campaigns, Swalwell is also trying to assure voters that his coastal progressive views don’t blind him to the needs of Trump voters. Swalwell says that his life experiences- born in Iowa, educated in the south, and representing a diverse district in California -gives him credibility with all voters.

“My parents they’re both Republicans. I was reaching across the dinner table before I ever had to reach across the aisle to work with the Republicans,” he told a group of about 20 people at the Uptown Cafe in Jefferson, Iowa. He joked that he goes on Fox News so that his parents will see him on TV.

When asked by Vice News why he’s running in such a crowded field, Swalwell more or less described a fading American dream as his motivation.

“I see a lot of people who work really hard just like my parents did but they don’t see it adding up to what it added up for my parents which was their son was the first in the family to go to college. Instead, they’re just running in place. They’re living paycheck to paycheck. They see a Washington and gridlock and not doing anything about it.”

Jose Ibarra, a city councilman in Storm Lake, Iowa, hosted Swalwell for a “fight night” party at his parents’ house on Saturday evening. Swalwell arrived with a case of beer and tucked into tacos and chips before making his case to a small- but more diverse group than is typical- about why they should support him for president.

Ibarra said he thinks any Democrat has a chance right now of beating Trump- and included Swalwell in that category.

“I mean we look at the Democrats right and they’re actually very educated. They know how to communicate with people. They know what’s wrong with the country,” Ibarra told VICE News in the backyard. “They know that we’re divided. Donald Trump has really done nothing for them, for the small guys. So I believe that if any Democrat can connect with the 99 percent. And make it into a point that he’s going to bring the country back together I think that anybody can beat Donald Trump.”

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Trump on investigations: ‘It’s done’

President Trump signaled that he would not allow former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify before Congress. An interview with Trump aired on Fox News Channel’s Special Report with Bret Baier and Fox News @Night with Shannon Bream. (May 3)

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Everyone Who Hates America (According To Fox News)

What do Osama bin Laden, President Woodrow Wilson, and Matt Damon all have in common? If Fox News is to be believed, all three hate America.

Over the past 15 years, anchors and commentators on the network have leveled the “hate America” charge at over 100 people, places, and organizations. The list includes violent extremists and despots, but also celebrities, academics and even entire countries. It’s sometimes unclear to what extent the “hate america” accusation is serious or playful.

We went through the TV News archives and Fox’s own transcripts and assembled every example we could find of Fox News outright accusing or implying that people, places, or organizations hate America. We compiled many of them into the video above, and included all of them in a comprehensive, alphabetized complete list here: http://bit.ly/2SfUWM2.

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Roger Ailes: Divide and Conquer

(26 Nov 2018) New documentary “Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes” shows how Roger Ailes tap danced Fox News into the zeitgeist. (Nov. 26)

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What It’s Like To Have A Famous Far-Right Sibling And Disagree With Them (HBO)

Politics can create deeply awkward Thanksgiving dinners for many American families, but for these guys, politics is actually tearing their families apart. Dave and Tim Gosar were so appalled by the public positions of their brother, Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar, that they appeared in an ad for his political opponent. Curtis Ingraham is the brother of Fox News host Laura Ingraham. He says they used to be so close they could finish each other’s sentences; now he denounces her hot takes on Twitter.

“Are you supposed to stand by your family no matter what they do? ‘Oh, hi Paul, other than demonizing immigrants and trying to take away our healthcare… how’s it going?” Dave Gosar said. “Let’s agree to disagree about taking babies from their parents at the border…Pass the turkey!”

Curtis’ sister was just parodied on Saturday Night Live. He said Kate McKinnon captured his sister’s mannerisms beautifully, but he’s unsettled by what the parody symbolizes. “Someone asked me: is that your sister or is she playing a personality?” Curtis said. “I think that is her now, that’s who she has become.”

VICE News brought the three of them together in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, before the midterm elections, to talk about what it’s like to experience a very common family drama on a national stage.

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Sean Hannity of Fox News joins Trump on stage

(6 Nov 2018) Sean Hannity spoke from the stage of President Donald Trump’s last midterm election rally in Missouri on Monday, after Fox News Channel and its most popular personality had insisted all day that he wouldn’t. (Nov. 6)

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Meet The Only Black Woman In Cable News With A Daily Show

Fox News Channel anchor Harris Faulkner is the only African-American woman that hosts a daily news show on one of the three major cable news networks. She has made headlines for her comments both defending President Trump and criticizing him. We went behind the scenes of Faulkner’s show “Outnumbered Overtime,” which airs Monday through Friday on Fox News at 1:00 PM ET. Faulkner will join the network’s special live coverage of the 2018 midterm elections on Tuesday, November 6th beginning at 6:00 PM ET.

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‘These things unfortunately happen’: Saudi FM on Khashoggi death

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Riyadh doesn’t know how Khashoggi was killed or where his body is, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told Fox News, just one day after his country claimed the journalist was killed in a “fistfight” inside the consulate in Istanbul.

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What To Expect From Kavanaugh Accuser’s Senate Testimony (HBO)

It’s been 27 years since Anita Hill made her explosive sexual harassment allegations against then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas.

And while American attitudes towards sexual harassment may have changed considerably over the decades — the way they’re handled in a Supreme Court nomination fight on Capitol Hill hasn’t.

Republicans are using many of the same tactics they adopted during the Anita Hill hearings in October of 1991 to defend their current nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, against allegations of sexual misconduct from psychologist and professor Christine Blasey Ford and others.

Then, as now, it’s partly a matter of controlling the optics: Thomas’s wife seemed always positioned where she was sure to be near her husband in the shot during the hearings; Kavanaugh, meanwhile, had his wife next to him while he answered questions about the allegations on Fox News this past weekend.

It’s also about managing the message. Thomas and Kavanaugh both responded to the allegations against them with similar rhetoric — each categorically denying any wrongdoing, and describing themselves as the real victims in politically-driven attempts at character assasination. Both in 1991 and today, Republicans took aim at the accusers, raising questions about their credibility.

The tactics seemed to work for Clarence Thomas — he was ultimately confirmed to the bench. But Manus Cooney, a Republican lawyer on the Judiciary Committee during the Anita Hill hearings, said the aggressive questioning from a panel of all-male Senators hurt the GOP in the election the following year.

“The legacy of that hearing is a woman made an allegation of sexual harassment, and was taken to task by a committee of white men. That had consequences. [1992] was the ‘Year of the Woman,” he told VICE News, referring to the nickname given to the 1992 elections after four new women were elected to the Senate, bringing the total number of women in the chamber to five.

The room for error may be even greater for Republicans this time, with Election Day just six weeks away. And that may explain two major differences between the 1991 hearings and Thursday’s: Republicans brought in a female outside counsel to question Ford, and Thursday’s hearing will be considerably shorter, with Senators allowed just five minutes each to question Ford and Kavanaugh, rather than the two days they had to question Hill and Thomas.

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Former employees of Trump cashing in on their dismissal

President Trump has hit back in an interview with Fox News with a warning that any move towards his impeachment would lead to substantial financial losses for the U.S. Meanwhile his former employees don’t miss a chance to cash in on their failure.

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Putin to Fox: Don’t hold US-Russia ties hostage to internal politics

Vladimir Putin took part in a heated interview with the American channel, Fox News – in which he was pressed on key issues relating to Russia.

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Trump: ‘Got Along Very Well’ With Kim Jong Un

Shortly after the end of U.S. President Donald Trump’s historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Trump sat for an interview with Fox News Reporter Sean Hannity where he said he and Chairman Kim “got along very well.” (June 12)

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Richard Sherman Responds To ‘Shut Up And Dribble’

NFL cornerback Richard Sherman stopped by Business Insider and shared his thoughts on the recent scandal with Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham saying LeBron James should “shut up and dribble” and stay out of politics. Following is a transcript of the video.

Richard Sherman:  People try to box players in and I guess for their own comfort put them in a category so that they — you know, they watch LeBron James for entertainment. Not for his opinion. is what the person who told him to shut up and play basketball would say. And I would argue that sometimes the people that are telling these players to shut up and dribble the basketball are less informed than players are.

And just because you sit behind a news desk or you sit behind any desk and spew off a few facts that somebody else probably looked up for you does not make you any more qualified than anyone else to have these conversations. Especially on the impact of these protests and the social climate that everybody has to live in.

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