FOX NEWS (AP) — Fox News Channel, owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., is a biased news organization that uses selective sources and uses biased language, a top White House official said Wednesday.
President Donald Trump fired the top news executive for the network, who was also fired by Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
Murdoch is a vocal supporter of Trump who has praised him on the show.
He and Ailes have been on opposing sides in the 2016 presidential election and have had tense relations for years.
In recent weeks, Ailes has suggested the White House is the victim of a “fake news” conspiracy.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that Ailes is now out of a job and will be replaced by former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.
“Roger Ailes was fired today by the president.
He will be relieved of his duties as CEO and executive producer of Fox News.
This is a day of great celebration for Fox News, which has a proud history of being a champion of freedom of the press and a defender of our democracy,” Sanders said.
Fox News has been criticized for using “fake” sources and using biased language.
Kelly said the network is not biased and that the White Congress should be concerned about what is going on.
She added that she thinks Fox News employees are not racist, but that the network needs to be held to the standards of journalism.
Trump on Wednesday tweeted a picture of his daughter Ivanka, who is married to Kushner, as he and the president walked on stage. “
But I’m very concerned about the fact that the president’s son, Eric, is now being brought into the White Houses administration, and I’m really concerned about that.”
Trump on Wednesday tweeted a picture of his daughter Ivanka, who is married to Kushner, as he and the president walked on stage.
Ivanka Trump said she was proud to have been part of the White house team for so many years and is looking forward to continuing to work in government.
Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner was also in the Whitehouse team.