Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said Friday that Fox News would "have to treat me fairly" in order for the billionaire businessman to end his boycott.
"We'll see. We'll see," Trump told reporters after being asked when he might end his boycott of the cable news network.
He had just spoken at the Family Research Council's Values Voter Summit in Washington. His comments were reported by Media Matters for America.
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"They have to treat me fairly and I’m sure they will," he added as he passed journalists. "I’m sure they will."
Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to slam the network for not treating him fairly, saying that "I won't be doing any more Fox shows
for the foreseeable future."
Fox hit back later that day, saying that the network had canceled
Trump's appearance on "The O'Reilly Factor" that was scheduled for the following night.
On Thursday, however, the network said that Trump and Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes would meet next week
to "discuss their differences of opinion regarding Fox's coverage of Mr. Trump's presidential campaign."
Other top Fox News editorial executives are also scheduled to attend, the network said.
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