Even though he’s being impeached and his poll numbers continue to slide, President Donald Trump is more popular than ever according to the cheerleaders at Fox News.
Recently, Trump was booed when he showed up for the World Series. And just last week he was again greeted with boos when he attended a UFC fight at Madison Square Garden in New York.
But the gang at “Fox & Friends” want us all to know that the crowd at the UFC fight were cheering more than they were booing, telling viewers Monday morning:
“But the president got a big reception. The media can say what they want about it. This is not a PC crowd. This is a crowd that appreciates the brawler style of the president who was there in the belly of the beast to watch this fight…If you actually listen to the video and audio, there were a ton of cheers, and at the end of the day who cares? The president was trying to have a fun night.”
It sure doesn’t sound that way on this video of the event:
Also, if Trump was being cheered, why didn’t Fox show video of that? Instead, they pretended the booing had never happened, which, to borrow a phrase that the president himself loves to use, is “fake news.”
If all that wasn’t bad enough, there’s a new poll which shows that almost two-thirds of voters say they aren’t better off now than before Trump took office, despite his repeated claims that the economy is “the best” it has ever been.
According to the Financial Times:
“Nearly two-thirds of Americans say they are not better off financially than they were when Donald Trump was elected, casting doubt on whether economic expansion and a record bull market will boost the president’s re-election campaign in 2020.”
If there’s so much “winning” taking place with Trump as head of state, why are so many Americans saying they want to replace him next year?
Memo to Fox News: All of the propaganda in the world isn’t going to change the fact that Donald Trump is being impeached and facing an uncertain bid for a second term in office.
Fox & Friends insists that Trump was cheered at UFC and that people saying otherwise are being juvenile pic.twitter.com/JH3epHhsAo
— John Whitehouse (@existentialfish) November 3, 2019
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