Fox News Seems to Take Aim at Trump with New Slogan

Fox News Seems to Take Aim at Trump with New Slogan
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Fox News has a new brand slogan; it looks as though it is directed towards President Donald Trump. The new motto, “Standing Up For What’s Right,” is seen in an ad for Laura Ingraham’s show The Ingraham Angle. On Fox network’s promotions and their prime-time chyrons, reported Business Insider. The new slogan was launched by the news outlet soon after Trump stepped up in his war with the network.

President Trump stepped it up since Fox called Arizona for Democratic nominee Joe Biden on November 3 before all votes were counted. Later, the presidential election for the former vice president.

The mainstream media has called the race for Biden. Trump still refuses to concede, alleging voter fraud. Pro-Trump Newsmax, on the other, refuses to announce a winner until enough states certify votes.

@FoxNews daytime ratings have completely collapsed,” Trump tweeted on November 12. ”Weekend daytime even WORSE. Very sad to watch this happen, but they forgot what made them successful, what got them there. They forgot the Golden Goose. The biggest difference between the 2016 Election and 2020 was @FoxNews.”

Despite his feud with the new network, President Trump still supports several Fox News hosts, including Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and Jeanine Pirro.



It seems that Fox News has abandoned the conservatives and gone all-in on President-elect Joe Biden.

Last week, Fox News host Leland Vittert even got into a heated exchange with Erin Perrine, a spokeswoman for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign.

But Vittert went too far, crossing the boundary onto rude territory by telling Perrine to “keep smirking and rolling your eyes” during the interview.

Meanwhile, Fox News host Sandra Smith is under intense scrutiny after getting making faces on video. The guest argued that the election was over because the media had already called it.