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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Fox's Shep Smith: We couldn't find a Republican willing to come on and defend Trump


By The Hill, Aug. 16, 2017

Fox News host Shepard Smith said Wednesday that the network tried and failed to get a Republican on-air to defend President Trump's controversial comments on violence in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend

"Our booking team — and they're good — reached out to Republicans of all stripes across the country today," Smith said on his show "Shepard Smith Reporting."


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3 comments:

  1. Firstly, who can believe snarky Shep Smith? He seethes with blue fire, one-sided comments and delirious joy when he assumes he has some crumb of evidence against Trump. I turn Shep off at 3:00 p each day. To me he is sickening as a Journalist.

    Too many are confusing the issue by seeing "Republican Party" as one unit; it has more correctly two to three classifications of groups. Some I do not call real Republicans but Fakes, i.e. John McCain and those of his cut.

    Ramona Cook

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    1. I agree. Shep Smith is a Trump hater, and he can't control himself to give unbiased reporting. I go do something while he is on, because I'm now a Shep Smith hater.

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  2. Were they looking for a striped Republican and could not find any? We must read into the semantics of these charlatans. We cannot even trust the ones that were voted in to follow through on promised representation. They are truly disgusting!

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