“Trump’s tweets and actions frequently correspond with segments on “Fox & Friends.”
“His move to send National Guard troops to the border with Mexico came after the show reported on a caravan of immigrants headed north. When “F&F” hosts denounced the recent spending bill as bloated the morning after it passed, Trump threatened a veto. Puzzling tweets about a U.S. spying law up for renewal so confused lawmakers that Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia tweeted the bill “is something the President should have known about long before he turned on Fox this morning.”
“It’s no exaggeration to say that “Fox & Friends” anchors and commentators have effectively become White House policy advisers, Mike Allen noted in the influential Axios newsletter.
“Earhardt, the show’s newcomer, said it would be arrogant to think that the hosts are telling the president what to do.
“I guess in the back of my mind I occasionally think he could be watching,” she said. “But it doesn’t affect anything that I say, my opinions or how I report the news.”
“We give our opinion,” Doocy said. “We’re not in the policy business.”
I’m not sure if even the curvy couch is that stupid, so Imma go with that they think everyone else is that stupid.