Lamenting one of the mainstream media's conservative networks taking a turn against him, President Donald Trump said Fox News' tone change from 2016 is the biggest difference in this election cycle.
"Somebody said, 'what's the biggest difference between 2016 and now?' You know what I said? Fox," Trump told his campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina. "I don't know what’s going on with that."
Trump has frequently rebuked the liberal leanings of Fox News' daytime hosts of late, noting Fox News' primetime hosts are far more fair to a Republican president.
"But we have some great ones too on Fox," Trump added after earlier favorably mentioning Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson, and Fox Business' Lou Dobbs.
"They only show your face," Trump noting when he makes television appearances.
"And I saw people they never show. That includes Fox, which has changed a lot. Changed a lot. It's sad."
Trump’s comments come after Fox News hosts Harris Faulkner and Melissa Francis abruptly cut off former House Speaker Newt Gingrich earlier this week.
Gingrich was reprimanded for mentioning George Soros, the liberal billionaire who has helped fund nationwide protests in the wake of the George Floyd death.
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