Donald Trump pointed out the one huge mistake that could bring down Fox News

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The cold war between Donald Trump and Fox News Channel just turned hot.

Trump’s fury has been building for months.

And Donald Trump pointed out the one huge mistake that could bring down Fox News.

Cable news networks can show their bias by which guests they book.

Network editorialize through the process of only booking guests that will communicate the message leadership wants viewers to hear.

And in the case of Fox News, Donald Trump noticed that – especially during the daytime programming – Fox News booked a host of anti-Trump, establishment Republicans who constantly push network founder Rupert Murdoch’ agenda of moving the GOP beyond Trump and his agenda.

Trump called out Fox News for constantly putting former Attorney General Bill Barr on the air so Barr can side with Joe Biden and the Democrat prosecutors in calling Trump a criminal.

“Why does Fox News constantly put on slow thinking and lethargic Bill Barr, who didn’t have the courage or stamina to fight the radical left lunatics while he was the attorney general of the United States, and who, even more importantly, refused to fight election fraud, of which there was much,” Trump added.

Trump lumped in Barr with a pair of Bush administration RINO relics Marc Theissen and Karl Rove whose only purpose on the air is to back Trump.

“That’s because people don’t want to hear Bill Barr. They don’t want to hear Karl Rove and they don’t want to hear Marc Thiessen and some of these other people, to put it nicely,” Trump continued.

Trump wrote that putting a steady stream of Never-Trumpers and Bush acolytes in front of viewers would alienate the audience, which largely support Trump and the Make America Great Again agenda.

“They don’t want to hear these people. They want to hear the people that are going to turn around our country. They want to hear the people that are going to make America great again. And until they do, Fox will suffer in the ratings,” Trump stated.

Trump noted it may be too late as Fox lost 35 percent of their primetime audience since firing Tucker Carlson and the first GOP debate Fox televised on August 23 drew half the audience of the initial GOP debate that Fox aired in 2015 when Donald Trump participated.

“And frankly, it may be too late. Their debate was the lowest-rated debate in history. And right opposite the debate, they had the highest-rated interview in history. I won’t say who participated in that interview because I want to keep things nice and friendly, but Fox News should get on the proper road. It’s a road to greatness. It’s a road to making America great again and putting America first. And if they do that, they will see their ratings surge again, maybe. But maybe it’s too late. Thank you very much,” Trump concluded.

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