Fox News’ Shepard Smith Relentlessly Fact Checks Donald Trump’s Border Wall Address!

Fox News’ Shepard Smith Relentlessly Fact Checks Donald Trump’s Border Wall Address!

Trump spoke of a "humanitarian and security crisis" at the border and invoked cases such as that of a police officer "savagely murdered in cold blood by an illegal alien".

Smith also informed his information-challenged audience that that new trade deal with Mexico that's supposed to pay for all this isn't actually a thing yet: "As for the trade deal he mentioned with Mexico, which he said would pay for the wall, that trade deal is not yet complete".

"The big networks went back and forth on whether or not they would air it", Kimmel said.

Coverage of President Donald Trump's primetime address and the response from Congressional Democrats pulled in over 40 million viewers across all networks that carried the speeches.

"They hope that'll hurt [Trump] in 2020", he said. "Every day of this presidency is a national emergency". The Nielsen company said Wednesday it was similar to President Barack Obama's 2014 presidential address on fighting the Islamic state, which was seen by 34 million people.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway says the group had a "robust exchange" and 'questions were asked and answered'.

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"The president made no news and no new proposals", he said. The Democratic Party wants the government reopened-now.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer were given equal airtime to respond to his remarks, which they requested in a joint statement issued Monday.

Wallace reserved her harshest criticism for Trump's attempt to fabricate the appearance of a crisis where there is none.

Trump's narrative about the southern border "really is fiction". Sadly, much of what we have heard from President Trump throughout this senseless shutdown has been full of misinformation and even malice.

Piling on were many potential 2020 contenders, as well as stars of the new Congress. The debate isn't just raging on social media - it is happening inside the networks as well. "Right now, what we are seeing, is death". However, we sharply disagree with the president about the most effective way to do it. The two Democrats were also stymied by peculiar production decisions; hemmed in side-by-side behind a narrow podium in the U.S. Capitol building, the two veteran politicians looked like a Grant Wood painting come to life, "American Gothic" wrapped up in the stars and stripes.

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