This 6 October 2016 video from the USA says about itself:
Why Sean Hannity and Megyn Kelly Are Feuding Over Donald Trump
Fox News‘ Megyn Kelly and Sean Hannity came to blows after she pointed out Donald Trump will only sit down for interviews with those who do not challenge him, like Hannity. The observation came as Kelly accused both presidential candidates of avoiding challenging interviews. Hannity, a vocal supporter of Trump, fired back on Twitter. “U should be mad at @HillaryClinton clearly you support her. And @realDonaldTrump did talk to u,” the conservative commentator wrote in a Tweet.
Another video from the USA used to say about itself:
Donald Trump Returns to Fox & Friends, Doesn’t Talk About Megyn Kelly
11 August 2015
Donald Trump finally laid out his plan for dealing with Iran (or ISIS?) on Fox & Friends Tuesday, recommending that the United States “knock the hell out of them” and then “take the oil.” Host Steve Doocy asked Trump about his plans to deal with ISIS. But whether he was confused or misspoke, Trump started talking about Iran.
“Iran is taking over Iraq 100%, just like I predicted years ago,” he said. “I say this, I didn’t want to go there in the first place. Now we take the oil.” “We should have kept the oil,” Trump continued. “Now we go in, we knock the hell out of them, take the oil, we thereby take their wealth. They have so much money.” “They have better internet connections than we do in the United States,” he complained. “They’re training our kids through the internet. We have to knock out their wealth.”
So, Republican candidate Donald Trump may not like ex-Republican candidate John McCain. But just like McCain, he stands for ‘Bomb, bomb Iran’.
Also like McCain, Trump admits that the United States wars in the Middle East are wars for oil; not ‘humanitarian’ wars, as war propagandists like Samantha Power say. That is more honest than the fake humanitarianism of neo-conservative and ‘liberal hawk‘ warmongers. However, with Trump’s and McCain’s kind of warmongering, the injured are as injured, the millions of refugees are as numerous, and the piles of dead bodies are as high as with other kinds of warmongering.
ROGER AILES PICKS DONALD TRUMP OVER MEGYN KELLY “[Roger Ailes; of Fox News, part of the Rupert Murdoch empire; organisers of the first Republican party presidential candidates’ debate, when Megyn Kelly questioned Trump] made the same choice he always does: follow the ratings, and mend fences with Trump. But that process has meant that Fox has had to mute its defense of Kelly, who is now watching uneasily as the Fox audience turns on her: According to one high-level source, Kelly has told Fox producers that she’s been getting death threats from Trump supporters.” [The New York Magazine]
So, one may be a far right wingnut, like Megyn Kelly is, making one seemingly fit perfectly into the Rupert Murdoch empire. However, if then one asks Donald Trump questions about his misogyny (while Ms Kelly neglected to ask the other Republican politicians questions about their misogyny), getting a misogynist personal attack by Trump in return … then, it looks like one does not fit that perfectly into the Rupert Murdoch empire.
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… so this is where this country is headed? Can you believe it? The “Donald” continues to have his way!!
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Britain: GUTTER press baron Rupert Murdoch predicted the success of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership campaign yesterday in an unexpected hint of “support.”
He said that the current favourite would be announced as the winner on September 12 because the other three candidates — Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall — did not seem to stand for anything.
“Corbyn increasingly likely Labor (sic) winner. Seems only candidate who believes anything, right or wrong,” he wrote on Twitter.
Five days previously, he had tweeted that Corbyn was a “very likely win” but implied that he was “unelectable,” saying that Tory Prime Minister David Cameron “does not deserve such luck.”
However, Mr Murdoch may not be surprised to hear that Mr Corbyn does not think very highly of him and his newspapers, particularly The Sun — which supported the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
He wrote in the Star in 2011 that following “meglomaniac” Mr Murdoch’s takeover of the newspaper in the 1960s, it had become a “low-grade abusive tabloid whose populism and abuse of individuals was unprecedented in its ferocity and bile.”
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