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The Moment Trump Fell Out Of Love With Fox News


Since losing the election more than two weeks ago, President Donald Trump has made baseless claims of election fraud and refused to concede defeat. According to Business Insider, Trump seemed entirely unprepared to face even the possibility that he might lose to President-elect Joe Biden. On election night, sources say Trump and top aides were convinced that as in 2016, Trump would upset the odds and clinch victory. But when Fox News projected that Biden had flipped the key swing state of Arizona, a source says the president was 'yelling at everyone.' Trump's attempt to persuade Fox to retract the projection failed, and Arizona is expected to certify Biden's win in the state on Monday. Trump has since stepped up his war on Fox News, and in a tweet on Saturday described the network as 'virtually unwatchable.'

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