President Donald Trump held his first solo news conference as president on Thursday afternoon, starting by announcing a Cabinet choice before berating..
Fox News Host Shepard Smith Goes Off on President Trump: 'We Are Not Fools'
- Following President Donald Trump's press conference on Thursday, in which he referred to reports of his campaign's contact with Russia as - you guessed it - "fake news," Shepard Smith delivered a scathing response.
The Fox News anchor - one of the few voices at the conservative network willing to take Trump to task - began by defending rival CNN reporter Jim Acosta, whose attempts to ask Trump about the recent White House leaks turned into 10 minutes of the president attacking him, as well as the entire news organization.
He continued: "Really? Your opposition was hacked, and the Russians were responsible for it, and your people were on the phone with Russia on the same day it was happening, and we're fools for asking the questions? No, sir, we are not fools for asking this question, and we demand to know the answer to this question. You owe this to the American people."(Excerpt) Read more at: yahoo.com ...
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