Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who has been accused of being a “fake news” host, is defending the network’s coverage of his network’s election coverage on his radio program Friday.
“Fox News is fake news,” Carlson said.
“The fake news of Fox News is that they lie.
The fake news about Fox News was they were caught on camera lying to the American people and they were the biggest lie of the entire election cycle.”
“That was fake news because Fox News lied to you about their ratings and they lied to the public about the results,” he added.
And it’s not fake news, it’s the same fake news that they’re trying to peddle to the general public that was true.” “
This is fake stuff.
And it’s not fake news, it’s the same fake news that they’re trying to peddle to the general public that was true.”
Fox News’ host Tucker “Tucker Carlson” Carlson, center, is shown at his radio show in New York in 2015.
(Michael Robinson Chavez/AP) Fox News anchor Shepard Smith called the network “a bunch of liars.”
Fox host Tucker Beck is among the Fox News hosts to call out Carlson for the network.
Fox News has come under fire for being accused of bias in the presidential election in the past.
Fox and Friends host Tucker Bischoff said that Fox News “is the worst news channel ever,” and Carlson told The Washington Post that he and Fox “have been talking about this issue for a long time.”
“We’ve had the election, I’ve said it,” Carlson told the Post.
“It’s been there for a while.
It’s not our job or our responsibility to make up stories. “
We’re a news network and it’s our job to cover the news.
It’s not our job or our responsibility to make up stories.
And that’s why I think we have been on a journey of self-examination and self-reflection about what the real story is. “
And that’s what we’re doing in the White House right now.
The New York Times reported last month that Fox has been guilty of lying about its coverage of the 2016 election. “
There are some stories that are very well-covered and some stories we have to keep to ourselves because they’re not in the public interest.”
The New York Times reported last month that Fox has been guilty of lying about its coverage of the 2016 election.
A Fox News spokeswoman declined to comment to the Post about the program, saying that it was “not a comment on our programming or our employees.”