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    President Joe Biden once branded Rupert Murdoch 'the most dangerous man in the world', a new book has claimed. The Democrat, 79, also allegedly labeled Fox News 'one of the most destructive forces in the United States'. The claims were made in the forthcoming book This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America's Future, by New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns. Biden made the comments to an unnamed associate in mid-2021 during the early months of his presidency, CNN reports.  The Australian media mogul, 91, is the founder and owner of the Fox Corporation, which runs Fox News, and his son Lachlan is the company's CEO. The book claims Fox is a 'torrent of anti-Biden programming, stoking skepticism about vaccines and disseminating wild conspiracy theories about the January 6 attack.' President Joe Biden once branded Rupert Murdoch 'the most dangerous man in the world', a new book has claimed RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'A true America First fighter': Donald Trump offers gushing... Biden will visit New York City...
    A $455 million superyacht allegedly linked to a Russian oligarch Dmitry Kamenshchik remains anchored in the Dominican Republic after the United States government requested an investigation into the vessel as a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The Flying Fox has been prohibited from sailing from the Caribbean island after it arrived there from St. Barts on March 21. The luxurious vessel docked in the resort town of La Roma to refuel and restock on food supplies. It took off before it was stopped in Santo Domingo and forced to dock at the Don Diego Port. Agents with the U.S. Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) visited the yacht last Friday as part of its investigation and were accompanied by officials from the Foreign Relations Ministry, General Directorate of Customs and Office of the Attorney General. DailyMail.com has reached out to HSI for comment. The Flying Fox, a $455 million yacht, which is reportedly linked to Russian billionaire Dmitry Kamenshchik, owner of Moscow's Domodedovo Airport, is currently anchored in the Dominican Republic following a petition from the United States government as it investigates any...
    The Tampa Bay Times obtained 1,250 pages of emails between Fox News and Florida Governor Ron Desantis, which reveal the extent to which network producers worked to promote the potential 2024 presidential contender. One staggering statistic: in less than four months, between the 2020 election and the end of February, Fox News requested that DeSantis appear 113 times. That’s almost once a day for the governor, who was recently picked by CPAC attendees as the 2024 favorite among candidates not named Trump. Also of note are the interviews that DeSantis agreed to. He has an overwhelming preference for Fox’s prime time opinion shows, according to the Times, which obtained the emails through a records request: In the first six months of 2021, DeSantis had scheduled as many appearances with top Fox hosts Hannity (8 times), Tucker Carlson (6) and Laura Ingraham (7) as he had meetings with his lieutenant governor, Jeanette Nuñez (7), according to his public calendar. He is less fond of the network’s daytime news programs, and dodged interviews with Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace —...
    After going viral for bringing her toddler son to an interview and getting the job, mother of two Maggie Mundwiller said on Friday employers should start to consider "flexibility" with parents. Mundwiller went viral after she posted a TikTok video with her one-year-old son Mylo at a job interview. She emphasized the dilemma faced by parents trying to balance child care with employment. "I would really like employers to take a look at how important this is, it's clear by TikTok that people are resonating with it and identifying with the feelings that I have had throughout this," Mundwiller told "Fox & Friends."  MOM BRINGS TODDLER TO JOB INTERVIEW IN VIRAL VIDEO, SHEDS LIGHT ON CHILDCARE CRISIS The Michigan resident, 38, said the company she was interviewing with for a sales and marketing role assured her they were "child-friendly."  So Mundwiller dressed up Mylo in a baby blue, seersucker suit and made him his own resume complete with skillsets like "destroying a clean space in 20 seconds" and "spotting a dog a mile away." She even listed his professional references:...
    Fox News is promoting a new special on Fox Nation about Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s scandals by running advertisements on his brother’s CNN show. Fox News purchased local advertising spots on various CNN programs, including “New Day” and “Cuomo Prime Time,” according to Mediaite. The advertisements are targeting the New York City and Washington, D.C. markets, according to Mediaite. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: New York Admits Knowingly Undercounting Nursing Home Deaths After Quietly Changing Reporting Rules) The advertisement about the special features part of an interview with the governor and his brother Chris Cuomo where the duo poke fun at each other and bring out a giant cotton swab amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It continues on to highlight sexual harassment accusations made against Cuomo as well as the nursing home scandal. During the advertisement, the words “FROM DYNASTY TO DISGRACE” flash across the screen as newscasters are heard describing the various allegations against Cuomo. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks at an event to announce five new walk-in pop-up vaccination sites for New York City Bodega, grocery store and supermarket...
    Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld is expanding into weeknight hosting with his new show “Gutfeld!,” and the network announced Wednesday that it will launch in just a few weeks. Fox News first announced plans to expand Gutfeld’s weekend show in February, with Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott citing its “incredible success.” The network provided more details on his show Wednesday, noting that it will launch April 5 and air weeknights at 11 p.m. “If you cannot tell the other late night shows apart, join the club,” Gutfeld said regarding the launch of his new program. “They’re as bland as string cheese and not nearly as appetizing. It’s the same jokes, the same assumptions, probably the same writers, all reading the same columns from the same hacks in the New York Times.” “So we aren’t going to be like them. if you want something different, that isn’t afraid to take a risk and call out hypocrisy on all sides, check out Gutfeld! And if you don’t, no hard feelings. Although I will hate you forever,” he added according to a Fox News press release....
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless in 2014. Larry Busacca/Getty Images ESPN made a push to reunite Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith, according to The New York Post. Fox Sports reportedly retained Bayless by giving him a four-year, $32 million contract. Smith, who reportedly was the driving force behind the pursuit of Bayless, is also said to make around $8 million per year. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Fox Sports spent big to retain Skip Bayless and prevent him from rejoining ESPN, according to The New York Post's Andrew Marchand. According to Marchand, Fox Sports agreed to a four-year, $32 million contract with Bayless, ensuring he stays on FS1's "Undisputed." He may also get a second daily show in the future. According to Marchand, the contract came amid a push from ESPN to reunite Bayless with "First Take" star Stephen A. Smith. ESPN reportedly had varying offers out for Bayless, coming between $26 million to $31 million total. According to Marchand, the negotiations concluded last fall after a months-long process. Smith was reportedly the "driving...
    Fox News host Greg Gutfeld’s program “The Greg Gutfeld Show” is expanding into a weeknight schedule, according to an announcement from the media company. “The Greg Gutfeld Show” currently airs in the Saturday primetime lineup but will be moving to the weeknights because of its “incredible success,” Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said according to a press release. The move will happen in the second quarter of 2021 and Gutfeld’s weeknight show will air at 11 p.m. “People need a reason to laugh. Greg’s unique and irreverent talk show has been an incredible success, often beating the late night broadcast competition, despite its Saturday timeslot,” Scott said regarding the move. “With one of the most loyal and engaged audiences in cable news, we’re thrilled to bring the show to weekday primetime and further solidify Greg’s place among late night television stars.” Gutfeld echoed Scott’s comments, calling the decision “the perfect next step following the amazing success of the weekend show.” (RELATED: ‘This Is A Red-Pilled America’: Greg Gutfeld Unloads On What He Calls Media’s Mob Double Standard) “This feels like...
    Fox News Media moved to dismiss a $2.7 billion lawsuit Monday, according to a press release created by the company. “This suit strikes at the heart of the First Amendment. Smartmatic’s theory is fundamentally incompatible with the reality of the modern news network and deeply rooted principles of free speech law,” said lawyer Paul Clement who filed the motion, according to the press release. Smartmatic, an election technology company which oversaw the voting systems of Los Angeles County, California, accused Fox of “intentionally” lying and participating in a “conspiracy” to spread disinformation, according to a Feb. 4 statement. The motion filed by Fox News Media in response to the lawsuit claims that when high-ranking elected officials such as the president claim the election was rigged, citizens have a right to know the evidence behind both sides of the story. “Smartmatic’s effort to saddle FOX with billions of dollars of liability just for covering all sides of a vigorous debate of profound national importance must be dismissed,” the statement claims. “When a sitting President and his surrogates bring lawsuits challenging the...
    Goya CEO Robert Unanue. Goya Foods Inc. CEO Robert Unanue, who made a public ass of himself by pissing off loyal customers after ass-kissing the previous president, is still making a public ass of himself. NBC News reports Unanue appeared on Fox Business on Inauguration Day to promulgate the lie that President Joe Biden’s win was “unverified,” and warned of “a war coming, now that the president is leaving today, they're still coming after the United States, the working class.”  Oh boy. Well, just like last time, Unanue pissed off a whole lot more people with his conspiracy theory—only this time a whole lot closer to home. NBC News reports that following his remarks, the Goya board of directors censured Unanue. “The board’s decision, made Friday and first reported by the New York Post, means that Unanue will no longer be able to speak to the media without first getting permission from the board.” However, a CNN report said that the situation had been even more dire for him. Read on. Per CNN, Unanue was dangerously close to being ousted from Goya entirely, but got his ass saved by virtue of his...
    Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany signed a contract to begin working at Fox News, according to a financial disclosure report. McEnany started as press secretary for former President Donald Trump in April 2020 after working as a national press secretary for his re-election campaign. Prior to this, she was a conservative political commentator on CNN and got her start in media working as a producer at Fox News. McEnany’s latest agreement with Fox News is slated to begin sometime in January, according to her termination financial disclosure report, which was first reported by Citizens for Ethics. The report notes that her Fox News job is to begin in January 2021. Specific details regarding McEnany’s new position are not immediately known. (RELATED: Kayleigh McEnany’s Husband Gets Into ‘Incident’ With NYT Photographer After Press Briefing) Serving as @PressSec has been a true honor! At the podium, I had the great privilege of sharing stories of the forgotten men and women of America – stories the media too often ignores. Thank you for allowing me to speak on your behalf. Follow me @kayleighmcenany...
    Actresses Megan Fox and Mindy Kaling were targeted by a Ponzi-scheming public relations exec, according to a new $10million lawsuit filed by his Manhattan firm.  PR executive Andrew Garson, who was named on PR Week Magazine’s 'Top 40 under 40' list in July 2018, is at the center of a new lawsuit by his firm MWW Group filed in Manhattan Supreme Court. Garson was indicted on wire fraud charges last year for allegedly conning his bosses at MWW Group to pay debts he owed to vendors at his previous PR firm, according to court papers. In this new lawsuit MWW goes into further detail his alleged fraud schemes and accuses the Long Island man of creating budgets for 'fictitious' marketing campaigns and incurring debt to talent like Fox and Kaling on projects and budgets MWW never approved of, according to the New York Post. Criminal charges against him are pending. PR executive Andrew Garson, who was named on PR Week Magazine’s 'Top 40 under 40' list in July 2018, is at the center of a new $10million lawsuit by...
    Fox & Friends co-hosts Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt will have cameos in Fox News Media’s first Christmas film, which begins airing November 26. The film “Christmas in the Rockies” is being produced by Brain Power Studio, in association with Fox Nation and INSP Films, according to Mediaite. This is an original movie for Fox News Media and it will stream on Fox Nation through November 2021. Doocy and Earhardt will have small appearances in the film, which is “a story about the importance of family,” the narrator of the film says in a trailer. Fox News is breaking into the Christmas movie game, a la Hallmark Channel and Netflix. Fox Nation will debut “Christmas in the Rockies,” including cameos from Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt: https://t.co/UI0AqONpXa — Alex Weprin (@alexweprin) November 23, 2020 The movie is complete with lumberjacks, financial troubles and a romantic interest, Mediaite reported. Doocy and Earhardt will play customers of “Jolly Lumber,” according to Financial Times. (RELATED: Fox Nation Host Joey Jones: ‘When Something Goes Wrong, Someone Has To Respond’) Fox Nation is continuing to...
    Igor Derysh November 13, 2020 4:32AM (UTC) President Donald Trump plans to hold "vote-counting rallies" with a focus on attacking Fox News after telling allies he wants to start a digital media company that would "clobber" the conservative news outlet, according to a new report. Trump intends to bring back his rallies after his election loss, and he is "going to spend a lot of time slamming Fox," a source told Axios. Trump has long been rumored to want his own cable news outlet to compete with the network, but Axios reports that he is now considering a "cheaper" digital streaming network, which would more directly compete with the Fox Nation streaming platform. : Though the president has reportedly considered "promptly" announcing a 2024 presidential bid, rumors have swirled for years that he wants to use his conservative popularity to launch a Trump-branded media network. Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner floated the launch of such a network ahead of the election, according to Business Insider, and discussions about launching a "Trump TV" network have continued this year, according to The New York Times. Trump has...
    USPS blows deadline to check for missing ballots. 300K cant be traced. Chipotle struggles with staffing as coronavirus cases rise Biden Wins Arizona, According to Fox News Projection UPDATE 11:24 p.m.: Former Vice President Joe Biden has won Arizona, according to a Fox News projection. © Provided by Mediaite The polls in the critical battleground state of Arizona open at 6 a.m. local time on Election Day and will remain open until 7 p.m., local time. All ballots must be received by that time. If you’re not sure where your polling place is for in-person voting on Election Day, Arizona Vote has a service available to identify your polling location. As of Monday, the RealClearPolitics average of the most recent state polls show the Democratic candidate Joe Biden up by a slim +0.9 over the incumbent Republican, President Donald Trump. The polling averages for the state have fluctuated, dipping to a tie at times, and back to one candidate or the other, though generally Biden has maintained a narrow lead in the RCP averages. The last NBC/Marist poll of...
    Roger Sollenberger October 20, 2020 12:38AM (UTC) When former LifeLock spokesperson Rudy Giuliani approached Fox News with the trove of emails he alleged had been retrieved from a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden, the network declined to run the story over concerns about its credibility, according to a new report. Sources told Mediaite that "the lack of authentication of Hunter Biden's alleged laptop, combined with established concerns about Giuliani as a reliable source and his desire for unvetted publication, led the network's news division to pass." : Giuliani previously told The New York Times that he had chosen to place the material with The New York Post because "either nobody else would take it, or if they took it, they would spend all the time they could to try to contradict it before they put it out." The Post, a sister company of Fox News, published the unverified emails in a Wednesday exposé, which drew widespread blowback for its dubious sourcing. The Times earlier reported that most of The Post article had been written by a staff reporter who refused to allow the tabloid to attach his name to the byline over doubts about the article's credibility. The alleged emails informing the article were obtained in a circuitous route by two Trump...
    Drew Angerer/Getty Images More than half of Fox News viewers believe that voter fraud has been a “major problem” when it comes to voting by mail in U.S. presidential elections, according to a new Pew Research poll. In all, 52% of Fox News viewers see voter fraud by mail-in ballot as a major problem, while only 16% of CNN viewers and 6% of MSNBC viewers see it as such. At first blush, this could be disregarded as just another media consumption poll that reaffirms what has long been accepted. The top-rated shows on Fox News are all opinion-based analysis shows that have long presented a pro-Trump perspective. President Donald Trump has baselessly argued for months that voting by mail is rife with fraud and that the practice will lead to a “rigged election.” It apparently bears repeating that Trump himself votes by mail, as do many of his surrogates. Regardless, like much of his sophistry, the argument has been parroted ad nauseam on Fox News prime time and on his favorite cable news show Fox & Friends. The Pew data...
    Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel revealed that, after having spoken to Donald Trump’s personal physician, the president is on track to be allowed to leave Walter Reed Hospital today. Siegel spoke to Fox & Friends on Monday about a conversation he had with Dr. Sean Conley, who has been inconsistent in recent days while describing the president’s medical condition. “I heard from Dr. Conley last night,” Siegel said, “and he said [Trump] is still on track for discharge today.” “He emphasized they have all the support staff they need at the White House itself, and all the equipment they need at the White House providing the president continues to do well,” Siegel said. “I have heard from sources that he had ultrasounds of the heart, that he had a CAT scan of the lungs, and from what I’m understanding, all of that looked good. That’s another thing that’s going on that bodes well for his recovery.” From there, Steve Doocy asked about the news that Trump was given dexamethasone, which has been described in reports as a...
    President Donald Trump was allegedly unfocused in coronavirus task force meetings, according to reports, adn cared more about Fox News coverage than the task at hand. These are new details to emerge about what drove PresidentTrump during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, at least according to Olivia Troye, who, until she left the White House last month, served as Vice President Mike Pence’s former top advisor on Homeland Security. The New Yorker’s Sussan Glasser interviewed Troye Thursday, which she discussed during a Friday morning appearance on CNN’s New Day. Glasser told host Alisyn Camerota that, according to Troye, Trump often derailed coronavirus task force meetings and was “only focused solely on the election.” She also noted “several times” when President Trump would enter the room of a coronavirus task force meeting, and participants  “would try to get him to focus on the business at hand,” but that Trump would instead “be ranting and raving about Fox News and how they weren’t being nice enough to him.” This observation is consistent with her reporting published earlier in The New...
    Getty People with disabilities participate in the Terry Fox Run, also known as the Marathon of Hope, in Havana on March 15, 2014. The race is held every year over 50 countries to commemorate the anniversary of the death of the Canadian athlete and to raise money for cancer research. Terry Fox lost his leg to cancer, but it didn’t stop him from making it his mission to run across Canada. Fox is being honored with a Google Doodle Sunday, September 13, 2020. Fox was diagnosed with bone cancer when he was only 18 years old. After encountering children in the hospital cancer unit, he decided to become an activist for cancer research. He decided to run across Canada in his Marathon of Hope, according to the Terry Fox Foundation. Tragically, on his run, he learned he had cancer in his lungs. He died one year later at age 22. An archived video from 1981 shows Fox on his Marathon of Hope and in an interview with CBC. Today, his legacy lives on in the annual the Terry...
    She spoke of the poor example Trump has set for America's children and the horrid behavior he has inspired that they are now witnessing. "They watch in horror as children are torn from their families and thrown into cages, and pepper spray and rubber bullets are used on peaceful protestors for a photo-op," she said, referring to Trump's photo-op outside a church in June. "Donald Trump is the wrong president for our country," she said in an unusually stark tone. "He has had more than enough time to prove that he can do the job, but he is clearly in over his head. He cannot meet this moment. He simply cannot be who we need him to be for us." NBC News noted the speech had received "early praise," highlighting comments from several political commentators. But Fox News nonetheless tried to criticize the speech. After acknowledging that it was a "powerful" speech, anchor Bret Baier said, "There were a couple of problems with it." Baier noted that Obama's speech was recorded last week, before Biden announced his pick of Kamala...
    Jonathan Morris, Kaitlyn Folmer/ Twitter Jonathan Morris announced his engagement to Kaitlyn Folmer on July 16. Jonathan Morris, the priest-turned news analyst for Fox News, announced his engagement to ABC News producer Kaitlyn Folmer one year after he left the Catholic priesthood. If you missed tonight’s segment on @foxnews with @marthamaccallum , here it is: https://t.co/0yKSxII6XR — Jonathan Morris (@JonMorris2019) July 17, 2020 Morris has been an analyst and commentator on religious issues for Fox News since May 2005. He left his position as a Catholic priest in 2019 because he was bothered by “not being able to marry and have a family,” according to his personal statement.  The couple met after Morris announced the decision and quickly fell in love, according to the Daily Mail. Here’s what you need to know about Jonathan Morris and his fiancee, Kaitlyn Former:1. The Couple Started Dating Shortly After Morris Left the Priesthood & Got Engaged This June Some personal news. Thank you for all of your love and prayers. https://t.co/RQlwO0sfZy — Jonathan Morris (@JonMorris2019) July 16, 2020 Daily...
    President Donald Trump interrupted a Friday interview with Fox News host Chris Wallace to provide proof that Joe Biden has endorsed defunding the police, but Wallace says the president couldn’t. Footage of the incident aired on Fox shows Trump claim Biden signed a charter with Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders that called for defunding or abolishing the police. Wallace said the charter called for no such thing. Trump then stopped the interview and asked for a copy of the charter as proof, which Wallace says Trump looked through and failed to find any call for abolishing the police. Trump interrupts interview to show proof that Biden plans to defund the police. It did not go well pic.twitter.com/ZwEwFpmcOg — Peter Wade ????‍♂️ (@brooklynmutt) July 17, 2020 “Biden wants to defund the police,” Trump said. “No, sir, he does not,” Wallace reponds. “Look, he signed a charter with Bernie Sanders,” Trump said, prompting Wallace to say the charter “says nothing about defunding the police.” “Oh really?” Trump says. “It says abolish, it says defund. Let’s go. Get me the charter please.”...
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