Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs thinks the mainstream media has dropped the ball covering two of the more important yet under reported stories of the Trump Presidency —corporate America and voter fraud.
In a Q&A with The Washington Post, Dobbs said the Ivanka Trump-Nordstrom dustup fronted a much larger story.
"Kellyanne Conway making a remark about the Ivanka stuff ignores what I think is a real frontal assault from corporate America and individual CEOs against this president," Dobbs told the Post.
"We have not seen that in the history of the country, and it is going utterly unreported," Dobbs said. "Corporate America [is] taking on the White House individually in ways we've never seen before."
Dobbs, host of "Lou Dobbs Tonight" on Fox and former longtime host on CNN, also said the media is taking the wrong tack on Trump's claims of massive voter fraud; the infamous 3 million to 5 million who allegedly voted illegally.
"What I sort of recoil at is the national media saying that's a false statement — we don't know that it's false," Dobbs told the Post.
"Because it's not proved does not make it false; what it makes it is speculative and perhaps hyperbolic," Dobbs said. "Why there should be a reflex in the national media against an administration that wants to find out the depth of whatever voter irregularity, registration fraud there is — why would there be any resistance to that?"
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