Trump calls out Rupert Murdoch for ‘FAKE NEWS’ on Fox

PTCP5H US President Donald Trump stopped to speak with the press as he leaves the White House in Washington, DC via Marine One on the South Lawn.

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Fox News chairman Rupert Murdoch on Monday claimed that he allowed his hosts to spread election integrity “lies” but that the company itself didn’t support these allegations, per Business Insider. In response, President Trump criticized this stance on Truth Social Wednesday morning.

He called out Murdoch “& his group of MAGA Hating Globalist RINOs” for not supporting election integrity concerns. He offered further support to “Certain BRAVE and PATRIOTIC FoxNews Hosts.” 

This comes just after Breitbart reported that 1.2 million inactive registered voters have been removed from Los Angeles County’s voter rolls due to a Judicial Watch settlement.

In addition, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) recently released an interactive voter roll tool, via The Federalist. PILF claims that 317,000 dead voters remain on registries throughout the U.S, that 449,000 interstate duplicates have been recorded, as well as 54,000 same address duplicate registrations.

Meanwhile, Kari Lake is still legally fighting the 2022 midterm election results due to concerns in Arizona, according to RSBN

President Trump’s interest in election integrity is paramount to his 2024 campaign. He has stood firm in expressing his belief that fake news is America’s true enemy. 

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