Trump Tweets Promote Fox News on Wednesday & Thursday

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It’s Thursday.

One step closer to Friday.

On Wednesday Special Counsel Robert Mueller testified before both the House Judiciary Committee and the House Intelligence Committee regarding the Russian Election Interference Investigation Report.


After the hearing President Trump spoke with reporters.

My takeaway? Read the report. All 448 pages.

For Thursday the President has tweeted 7 times.

Fox News

Between Wednesday night and Thursday morning the President has promoted Fox News 12 times, plus one re-tweet of Senator Majority leader Mitch McConnell who tweeted about Fox News.

1. Tucker Carlson.

2. Tucker Carlson.

3. Sean Hannity.

4. Sean Hannity.

5. Mark Levin.

6. Sean Hannity.

7. Fox & Friends.

8. Fox & Friends con’t.

9. Fox Poll.

10. Fox & Friends plus the Fox Poll.

11. Fox & Friends plus Mark Levin.

12. Fox & Friends plus Mark Levin.

Fox Poll.


Conducted July 21-23, 2019 under the joint direction of Beacon Research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), this Fox News Poll includes interviews with 1,004 randomly chosen registered voters nationwide who spoke with live interviewers on both landlines and cellphones.  The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.

Fox News.

On the Economy.

52 percent approve of President Trump’s handling of the economy, while 41 percent disapprove.

51 percent say the economy is excellent while 47 percent say the economy is fair.

If President Trump is re-elected 33 percent say the economy will get better, while 39 percent say it will get worse. 26 percent say the economy will stay the same.

On President Trump’s job performance.

46 percent approve of President Trump’s job performance while 51 percent disapprove.

On race relations and immigration.

The question was asked does President Trump respect racial minorities, overall 34 percent said yes, while 57 percent said no.

Among white voters, it was 39 percent said yes, while 52 percent said no.

Among non-white voters, it was 20 percent said yes, while 73 percent said no.

The racist tweets question was asked, 63 percent of those responding found those tweets to have crossed the line, while 27 percent found those tweets to be acceptable political attack.

Concerned about the treatment of migrants detained at the border, 60 percent said they were concerned, while 35 percent said they were not concerned.

On July 23rd, the President tweeted that “Fox sure ain’t what it used to be,” adding that’s “Too bad.”

His other tweet for Thursday, plus the McConnell re-tweet.

As the News Blender reported on Monday the President via tweet announced that a deal had been reached between Congressional leadership and his Administration to raise the debt ceiling before Congress adjourns for the summer recess.

As the New York Times reported this deal would raise spending by $320 billion over the existing spending caps and allow the government to keep borrowing.

The Hill reported that the House is expected to vote on the bill, on Thursday, with the Senate taking up the vote next week, before they adjourn for summer recess.

For What It’s Worth.

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