Fox News host responds to Trump's recent attacks

Cheryl Sanders
August 21, 2019

According to a recent Economist/YouGov poll, 65% of Democratic voters polled say Biden would "probably beat Donald Trump" in the general election, while Warren received the second-highest mark in that area, with 57%. No one is more qualified. "For eight years, President Obama and Vice President Biden were an administration America could be proud of, our allies could trust and our kids could look up to", the voice continues.

A Biden aide noted that Dr. Biden had also said that many people in the room were not sold on her husband - a suggestion that she was simply trying to persuade.

"In Des Moines", Doocy responded. Saying that "Fox is making a big mistake", Trump criticized the polls and the network's management.

"It depends on what the nature of the event is", Biden responded.

President Donald Trump speaks to reporters before boarding Air Force One in Morristown, N.J., on August 18, 2019.

Trump has hammered Biden on his flubs as well as his policy reversals as the field of Democratic contenders appears to be moving Biden left in some policy areas.

"I mean, the one thing you can not say about Joe is that he's a racist", Biden told CNN. "There's something going on at Fox, I'll tell you right now". "Joe Biden can't answer a simple question; something's gone wrong with him".

It isn't surprising that the Biden campaign with start off its ad buys with a message focused on electability and the idea that the former Vice-President is the one best situated to beat the President in 2020.

In terms of ideology, 57% of moderate or conservative Democratic voters and 53% of liberal democratic voters seemed to agree that choosing a candidate who had a strong chance of beating President Donald Trump was more important than choosing a candidate who had the same views as them on major issues. On Monday, while addressing potential voters in New Hampshire, the former second lady suggested voters may need to look beyond policy in favor of a candidate who can defeat Trump. We have to have someone who can beat him.

On Monday, Fox News host Brett Baier refuted President Trump's claim that Fox News "has changed", while defending the Network's early polling data.

In Iowa today, former Vice President Joe Biden singled out a Fox News reporter to remark, "I know you're going to go after me no matter what I've got".

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