Fox News Laura Ingraham and Tucker Carlson distance themselves from Trump on Fox News


Donald Trump on Tuesday continued the direction of dear One America Network and Newsmax TV channels for new right-wing media allies, even as heavyweight fans Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson and Rush Limbaugh distanced themselves from the president’s attempts to overthrow Joe Biden’s election defeat.

In Fox News on Monday, Ingraham said: “If the legal situation does not change in a dramatic and unlikely way, Joe Biden will be inaugurated on Jan. 20.”

Carlson he claimed “The 2020 election was not fair,” but he admitted that Trump lost.

On his radio show, Limbaugh attacked Trump’s attorneys in Pennsylvania, led by Rudy Giuliani, for failing to provide evidence to substantiate allegations of citizen fraud.

“You’re advertising huge bombs,” he said, “you better have some bombs.”

On Tuesday morning, Trump recorded Carlson’s monologue on his Twitter page. But Randy also retweeted Quaid’s messages. In one, the actor echoed Carlson’s claims of confidence in the electoral infrastructure, demanding a “re-vote on paper only in person”.

– Are you listening, Republicans? Trump tweeted.

But in another message, made in extremely close and flashing light and spoken in strange-sounding voices, Quaid quoted an old Trump tweet: “Fox News’ daytime rating has completely collapsed. Weekend living, even worse. It’s very sad to watch this.

– But they forgot… they forgot what made them successful. We took them there. They forgot the golden goose. The only difference between the 2016 election and 2020 is Fox News. “

Trump has made many such claims about the failures of Fox News. Fox News has disputed its claims about ratings. On Tuesday, the spokesman did not respond immediately to the request for an opinion.

One is dedicated to supporting America News and Newsmax Trump. Among Trump Trump’s possible plans for the post-White House entry into television are both increasingly the focus of attention.

Newsmax enjoyed an increase in ratings and a focus of attention, including a report in the Wall Street Journal that Trump’s allies bought the buyout.

The OAN is still a fringe operator, but on Monday the Daily Beast reported that one of the hosts, Christina Bobb, was working on the legal challenges for the Trump team.

“Christina is a lawyer and has helped in her personal capacity with some legal work and not on behalf of the OAN,” Jenna Ellis, Trump’s advisor, told the beast.

Ellis made his own headlines on Monday. Speaking to MSNBC, he said, “President Trump won by a landslide.”

“Take a break,” presenter Ari Melber said. “If you make false claims, you don’t run into it rudely. He made a false accusation.

Trump lost Georgia by about 12,000 votes, Pennsylvania by about 80,000 and Michigan by more than 150,000 votes. Biden won the national referendum with 6 million and the electoral college with 306-232. On Monday, Trump allowed the transition to continue, but continued to make unfounded fraud claims and insisted on proving him the winner.

Trump will certainly suffer a landslide defeat: in election lawsuits. According to For Democratic election lawyer Marc Elias, the president won one such case – and lost 35.