It’s very rare for me to praise anyone at Fox News because very few of the men who appear on camera can be called legitimate journalists. Shepard Smith resigned and now it is Chris Wallace’ responsibility to perform his duty as a member of the fourth estate.
During his Sunday broadcast, Mr. Wallace offered criticism of Trump’s actions related to the impeachment hearings which continue today.
Fox News’ Neil Cavuto on Monday launched into a blistering critique of President Trump over his attacks against “Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace, saying that journalists are “obligated to question” the president and his defenders, even if it means “inviting your wrath.”
Wallace interviewed Steve Scalise on “Fox News Sunday” and asked direct questions about Trump’s actions related to Ukraine. Trump called Wallace “obnoxious,” and “nasty.”
“What makes something fake news?” Cavuto asked on Fox News. “I would assume if the news being reported is fake or wrong and the person presenting that news knows it is fake or wrong that is bad. But what if the news being reported is accurate?”
The truth is Trump’s greatest enemy. Nearly every word coming out of his mouth or typed in a tweet is a lie. His inability to take even the smallest of criticisms reveals an enormous lack of self-control and mental competency. He is completely unfit to hold the position of ‘most powerful man in the world.’ Trump is a danger not only to our nation, but to the world. His denial of climate change makes him both the most ignorant man alive, and also the most frightening.
“My colleague Chris Wallace has discovered again the president doesn’t distinguish,” Cavuto added before noting that Wallace’s interview with Scalise caused an “apparently furious” Trump to lash out at the broadcaster.
Trump must go; the sooner the better.
Op-ed by James Turnage
“The Truth Lives Here”
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