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Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh on Sunday accused the so-called "deep state" of plotting to destroy Donald Trump's presidency.
During an interview with Fox News host Chris Wallace, Limbaugh insisted that it "is preposterous to believe that the Russians had any effect on the outcome of voting in this country."
"It's absurd," he declared.
Fox News host Chris Wallace argued on Sunday that President Donald Trump "crossed a line" when he called the media "the enemy of the American People.”
Following Trump's Friday attack on the news media, Wallace reminded the hosts of Fox & Friends that the country's founders believed that a free press was a vital component to the functioning of a free and fair democracy.
"When he said the fake news media is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American people, I believe that crosses an important line," the Fox News host noted.
Wallace also agreed with Sen.
The HillKasich: House GOP Medicaid plan 'very bad idea'The HillRepublican Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Sunday criticized the House Republicans' plan to phase out ObamaCare's expansion of Medicaid. “I'm in Munich, but I understand that there was an initial effort by House Republicans to, for example, phase out Medicaid
This Saturday, just shy of a month from the day he was sworn into office, Trump held a campaign rally in Florida, and he brought one of his supporters, a Florida resident named Gene Huber, up on stage with and allowed him to take the mic:
During a campaign rally in Melbourne, Florida on Saturday, President Donald Trump invited one of his supporters on stage.
After Donald Trump spoke about protesters being given publicity, he went on to talk about his supporters, including one man named Gene Huber, who the President let up on stage with him.
"This guy has been all over television saying the best things, and I see him standing there at like four in the morning," the President said.
President Trump then let Huber take the mic.
"We the people - our movement is the reason why our president, the President of the United States is standing here today," Huber said, "When President Trump, during the election, promised all these things he was going to do for us, I knew he was going to do this for us.
Huber and President Trump then shook hands, and President Trump proclaimed that 'a star is born.'
CNN followed up that appearance with an interview Saturday evening, and I would say Jesse LaGreca summed this up perfectly on Twitter:read more
USA TODAYTrump son-in-law tells Time Warner of CNN concernsUSA TODAYPresident Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, recently met with CNN's parent company Time Warner and mentioned the cable news network's coverage of the administration as slanted. During the meeting at the White House, Kushner Media's obsession with Trump's demeanor again overshadows the big storyThe Hill (blog)How The Right Co-Opted 'Fake News'Daily BeastMedia freak out over Trump presser, call criticism 'unAmerican,' 'insane'Fox NewsSalon -Newsmax -Wall Street Journal (subscription) -ThinkProgressall 262 news articles »