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Stacey Abrams still refuses to concede defeat1m10s

Stacey Abrams still refuses to concede defeat

"He is the person who won the adequate number of votes to become the governor," she said the first time. "You’re not using the word legitimate. Is he the legitimate governor-elect of Georgia?" the host then asked. "He is the legal governor of Georgia," Abrams replied. "Words have meaning. I spent my lifetime not only as an attorney but as a writer and I’m careful of the words I choose."

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Published: November 18, 2018
Stacey Abrams accuses Brian Kemp of "voter suppression"47s

Stacey Abrams accuses Brian Kemp of "voter suppression"

"It began eight years ago with the systematic disenfranchisement of more than a million voters," she said. It continued with the underfunding and disinvestment in polling places, in training and in the management of the county delivery of services. And I think it had its pinnacle in this race." "So yes, there was a deliberate and intentional disinvestment and, I think, destruction of the administration of elections in the state of Georgia."

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Published: November 18, 2018
President Donald Trump evaluates Mira Ricardel1m00s

President Donald Trump evaluates Mira Ricardel

"I met with Mira two days ago, and we’re going to move her around," the president said.  Trump said. "She was with me for a long time, although I don’t know her." "She’s really somebody I don’t know very well. But we’re going to move her around because she’s got certain talents. But, frankly, she is not -- she’ll never be put in the United Nations, let me put it that way. ... She’s not too diplomatic, but she’s talented."

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Published: November 18, 2018
President Donald Trump evaluates Matthew Whitaker2m04s

President Donald Trump evaluates Matthew Whitaker

"There is no collusion. He happened to be right. So if he said there is collusion, I'm supposed to take him?" he said, mocking the apparent belief by Democrats that only officials who believe in the dubious collusion narrative deserve to serve as AG. "Then I wouldn't take him for two reasons, and the number one reason is the fact that he'd be wrong."

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Published: November 18, 2018
President Donald Trump evaluates Kirstjen Nielsen and John Kelly1m17s

President Donald Trump evaluates Kirstjen Nielsen and John Kelly

In a wide-ranging interview with Fox News that aired Sunday, President Donald Trump offered an employee evaluation of sorts for some of his administration's top officials, including Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, whom the media have claimed he wants to fire.

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Published: November 18, 2018
Geraldo warns Trump against potential perjury trap1m36s

Geraldo warns Trump against potential perjury trap

"If I were his attorney, I would grab him by the ankles to prevent him from going into a room and given sworn testimony… walk into a perjury trap," he said on "Fox & Friends." “There’s only one danger the president now faces," he continued, explaining that Trump might accidentally say something that contradicts something he said in the past. "Why open yourself to a perjury trap, because that’s his only vulnerability now."

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Published: November 18, 2018
Greg Jarrett says Russian collusion investigation is a hoax3m57s

Greg Jarrett says Russian collusion investigation is a hoax

"Americans are smart. They can smell a rotten investigation a mile away. There’s no reason to believe there was ever any evidence of collusion," he said bluntly Saturday on "Fox & Friends." "And the best evidence of that, by the way, is the testimony, the deposition testimony of the top FBI lawyer, a couple of months ago, Lisa Page, when she confessed that during the entire time the FBI had the case they never discovered a wiff of collusion."

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Published: November 18, 2018
Charles Krauthammer decimates Obama for smearing Fox News2m05s

Charles Krauthammer decimates Obama for smearing Fox News

Obama also frequently shared misinformation about Fox, telling people for instance that Fox would portray poor people in a negative look to make him look bad. This smear outraged the late and usually congenial Charles Krauthammer so much that he exclaimed during a radio interview at the time, "He doesn’t know a damn thing about Fox."

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Published: November 17, 2018
Barack Hussein Obama attacking Fox News montage1m25s

Barack Hussein Obama attacking Fox News montage

During his presidency Obama repeatedly bashed Fox News and its various hosts and pundits for questioning his administration's actions. In 2013 he went so far as to blame Fox for the Affordable Care Act's unpopularity. Watch this and other examples of Obama bashing Fox in The Daily Caller montage below:

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Published: November 17, 2018