Published: Sat, July 15, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Dem lawmaker thanks Fox's Shep Smith 'for telling the truth' about Trump

Dem lawmaker thanks Fox's Shep Smith 'for telling the truth' about Trump

Smith hit the nail on the head, it's lie after lie after lie emanating from the White House.

Wallace's and Smith's takes on the Russian Federation controversy plaguing Trump's presidency are very different from that of their colleagues on the network, including conservative host Sean Hannity, who recently interviewed Trump Jr., and the hosts of the morning show "Fox & Friends".

"'The deception, Chris, is mind-boggling.'" AOL The Fox News Network begins its programming in the morning with "Fox and Friends" which can only be described as a chatfest whose main objective is to puff up Donald Trump.

Fox News host Shepard Smith, seemingly frustrated while hosting his afternoon television news program, accused the Trump administration of covering up "numerous lies", The Huffington Post reported.

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Rinat Akhmetshin, a former Soviet spy who became a lobbyist, was also at the meeting in Trump Tower attended by Trump Jr, then-campaign chair Paul Manafort, top adviser Jared Kushner, and Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya.

But not everybody at Fox is drinking from the water cooler that dispenses Kool-Aid, there are a couple of journalists with integrity at the Fair and Balanced network, Shep Smith and Chris Wallace. "If you're clean, come on clean", the host said.

"#ICantBelieveThat Fox News has a (sic) anchor with the courage to speak up".

Smith went on to criticize Jared Kushner for failing to report the names of these individuals on his necessary clearance paperwork. "If you clean, come on clean". "I don't know what to say", Wallace said. "My grandmother used to say, 'Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive'". "And why are we getting told all these lies?" "There's a lot of truth to everything that you've said", a stunned-sounding Wallace replies. "And there are still people out there who believe we're making it up, and one day they're going to realize we're not, and look around and go, 'Where are we?"

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