US election results 2020; Fox News hosts, journalists shared about...

US election results 2020; Fox News hosts, journalists shared about...
US election results 2020; Fox News hosts, journalists shared about...
Fox carried ’s entire speech, as did CNN, whose anchors sharply denounced Trump when it was finished. CBS, ABC, NBC, and MSNBC all parted ways with the president to say he spread falsehoods, a decision that Fox & friends Anchor Brian Kilmeade said Friday was arrogant.

The New York Post, also owned by Rupert Murdoch and a Trump ally during the campaign, raised his eyebrows Thursday night in New York by writing a story about Trump’s speech: “Donald Trump makes unfounded electoral fraud claims in White House address.”

The headlines on Friday were more neutral. On the front page of the print edition is the Post Headline “POTUS Interruptus: Still not a winner”. The top campaign story on the site early Friday was about the Trump campaign, which is still in the election.

Fox’s news and opinion feeds create a split personality in world-class cable. The stress of the highly competitive presidential election brought this to the surface.

Just before 9 a.m. on Friday (EST) when CNN and MSNBC reported that Biden had taken a lead on the Pennsylvania vote count for the first time, Fox & friends aired a segment on Trump that increased its support from some minority voters during the election.

The Fox Anchors then covered the news from Pennsylvania, but mitigated the blow by discovering that the President’s team claimed they weren’t able to monitor the vote count as closely as they wanted. Host Ainsley Earhardt noted that in Georgia, where Biden had also taken the lead overnight, apparently many ballots from overseas military personnel had not been counted.


“Look, this is still too close to call in this state,” said host Steve Doocy. “We just wanted to break in and let you know.”

Moments later, Fox sent a message from the White House in which reporter Kristin Fisher stated that Trump and his election campaign had provided no evidence of an illegal presidential vote.

“The reality is, he didn’t win the presidency by legal votes,” said Fisher.

Fox’s most watched characters are prime-time, however, and on Thursday they expressed their anger over how the election turned out. Sean Hannity suggested that Pennsylvania change its choice after showing a movie where a Trump supporter was turned away as an observer at a facility where votes were counted.

In Trump’s campaign, law enforcement officials are monitoring the number of votes in Philadelphia and several major Pennsylvania counties.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson ignored the early call from his own Arizona network. Recognition:AP

Tucker Carlson called for more transparency and time.

“It is now entirely possible that one day the news media will decide to end this election,” said Carlson. “Believe it or not, effectively you have the power to do it.”

All votes should be counted and the Trump team’s allegations should be thoroughly reviewed, he said.

“Slowly,” he said. “No hasty calls. Our nation works. It worked before. When people raise concerns, resolve the concerns. Don’t call them names, don’t brush these concerns under the rug, don’t artificially close them with unselected news anchors. Let our system work. ”


Carlson made no mention of his employer, but the call from Arizona was extremely controversial. Rival MSNBC aired a report on Wednesday night with Trump supporters gathering outside a facility where votes were being counted in Arizona when some of them began singing “Fox News sucks.”

The Associated Press called Biden a few hours after Fox, Arizona and also held onto their guns. Other news organizations have left Arizona undecided.

In a Thursday afternoon report, Harris Faulkner of Fox listed Arizona among the states “too close to call,” even though Fox had named it. Bill Hemmer, who was closely monitoring the vote count at Fox, told viewers that “we’ll see” if this call needs to be adjusted.

But Fox’s decision-makers made multiple appearances on the air to explain the call in Arizona and to say they stand by it.

“Arizona is doing exactly what we expected, and we are staying calm and pristine,” said Chris Stirewalt, Fox Policy Editor.

According to Fox’s call in Arizona, Trump’s team was enraged Die New York Times, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner called Murdoch looking for a retreat after calls to network bosses were rejected.

The prominent conservative commentator Ben Shapiro tweeted on Friday: “Anyone who is impatient to declare the election over is of no use here. The votes are all there and the election is already over. We have a legal process. Let the process work. ”

Combative commentator Dan Bongino admitted in a podcast Thursday that Trump wasn’t doing well, but he didn’t give up.

“It’s time to fight,” he said.


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