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Fox News Town Haller shares the 2020 field, but the Dem voters say OK
A person close to Fox News also noted that hosts like Carlson "have people constantly disagree with him and he debates and challenges them, and they say things to his face that is less than positive. "
Eric Bolling, a former Fox News host, said he" would have expected at least some pretext from Wallace. "
" That's not what mayor Buttigieg may have said about me, if I was still here. And that's not what President Trump tweeted after giving time to Democrats, "Bolling who left the network after harassed claims and now hosts Sinclair's" America This Week ", told POLITICO in an email. "That's what moderator Chris Wallace didn't say would piss me if it was me."
"Fox News & # 39; extraordinary success is due to dedicated news journalists, dynamic opinion hosts, various contributors, and our amazing behind-the-scenes staff," said a network spokesman in a statement. "We support and take pride in this great team, who kept us No. 1 in cable for many years. "
Fox News & # 39; opinion hosts did not kindly greet Buttigieg's appearance. Carlson called Buttigieg a "smooth demagogue" on Monday's show as he discussed the candidate's view of abortion. Ingraham, next to a graphical reading "Reboot-I-Gieg", accused the candidate of renouncing "political pantry as a kind of arrogant oratory" in his appearance on the network.
Buttigieg's comments did not go well with the President's favorite morning show. "If you feel negative about it, you didn't come," said "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade. "Because he has to go out there and take shots on our primetime lineup without going to our primetime lineup showing to me, absolutely no courage."
Another person working on one of Fox's views shows brushed out of Buttiggie's appearance. "To be honest, I don't care what the candidates do. We invite them to our show and they don't want to come," said the person, and later added: "Is there a friction between opinion and news at Fox? Yes, of course there is. "
"I don't really give a shit about what everybody else [at Fox] does," said the person as well, when asked about the relationship between Fox News opinion hosts and the news anchors.
Senior political analyst Brit Hume, who argued in response to Trump that the news network should cover both political parties, said Monday at Fox News that Buttigieg was not just out of the current democratic field, but is the "most impressive candidate , I've seen since the advent of Barack Obama. "
" I'm sure a terrible lot of Democrats are set, "Hume said.
"It makes no sense for a politician to avoid a whole segment of an audience, a potential audience," he added. "Politics is about adding, not subtraction."
A former Fox News commentator went on to point out that Buttigieg got a huge platform to bash the network: "For Democratic candidates, it's their clickbait to attack Fox hosts."
The POLITICO / Morning Consult study examined 1,995 registered voters from May 17-19 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.
Morning Consult is a non-biased media and technology company that delivers computerized research and insight into politics, politics and business strategy.
More details on the poll and its method can be found in these two documents: Toplines: https://politi.co/2VTyhqJ | Crosstabs: https: //politi.co/2VHMKB4