A report shows former President Donald Trump recently blasted Fox News and The Wall Street Journal (both of which are owned by Rupert Murdoch) for their coverage of him and his status within the Republican Party.
Trump said in posts on Truth Social that the Wall Street Journal and Fox News are spreading the falsehood that both current President Joe Biden and former President Donald J. Trump are undesirable inside their own Parties.
Trump continued, saying the unpopularity was accurate for ‘Crooked Joe,’ so much so that they refuse to let RFK Jr. have his votes fairly counted.
But that’s highly erroneous to Trump since he has a 90% approval rating and is crushing the challengers by 50 to 70 Points.
In a previous post, Trump criticized a bogus and possibly controlled Wall Street Journal survey to soften the mental incompetence that is so evident with Biden. He said the Globalists at WSJ and Fox resort to this after failing to promote their third-rate candidate to victory.
The Wall Street Journal and Fox News are ruined by their failed push for their preferred candidate (DeSantis) and the dumb $ 780,000,000 settlement with Dominion Voting System.
Ron DeSantis backers Rupert Murdoch and his family are allegedly now on the fence about supporting the Republican candidate in the 2024 presidential primary. According to reports, the Murdochs have become very concerned.
Many Floridians are dissatisfied with DeSantis because of his shaky campaign, dismal poll results, and inability to compete with Trump. In private, Murdoch has expressed doubts that DeSantis can mount a comeback.
A top Fox source reportedly expressed concern that they might be saddled with Trump. These worries are representative of broader ones over the certainty of Trump’s nomination as the Republican candidate and the diminishing prospects for DeSantis.
Reports show Murdoch criticized DeSantis’ unorthodox methods and cultural grievance campaign.
An ‘unidentified source’ has indicated that DeSantis’ underperformance is apparent. The DeSantis campaign was criticized for its contentious “Pride Month” video and technological difficulties during its Twitter presidential campaign kickoff announcement.