Donald Trump: ‘FoxFakeNews is not With me & I’m not With Them! ‘TRUTH”

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45th President Donald J. Trump issued a statement on Truth Social Friday calling Fox News “fake” and “terrible”, saying the right-leaning cable network “is not with” him, and he “is not with them!”

His criticism toward Fox News seems to stem because “they refuse to show the major polls” that have him “leading all Republicans in a landslide” along with trouncing 80-year-old Joe Biden, who has yet to announce his reelection.

“FoxFakeNews is terrible! Anything bad for ‘Trump’ they go with, even if not true,” President Trump wrote on his social media platform.

“They refuse to show the major polls that have me leading all Republicans in a landslide, and beating Hopeless Joe Biden by a lot,” he said, as Trump remains the front-runner in a hypothetical crowded field, backed by 49% of potential Republican primary voters.

“Nobody else has numbers like this, and it’s driving them, together with their friends at Club For No Growth, Paul Ryan, Karl Rove, and the RINO Class, CRAZY,” the 45th President expressed. “It’s 2016 all over again, even though I did better in 2020, by a LOT.”

“FoxFakeNews is not with me, and I’m not with them! ‘TRUTH’, he added.

Donald Trump leads Joe Biden in a hypothetical general election rematch and is the clear-cut front-runner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, according to the Emerson College Polling survey released Tuesday.

The poll shows that 44 percent of registered voter respondents would vote for Trump in a rematch of the 2020 election, while 41 percent would support Biden.

Nick Gilbertson at Breitbart reports:

While Trump leads Biden by a slim margin in a hypothetical general election contest, he dominates the rest of the potential GOP primary field.

Of “Republican voters” surveyed, 55 percent back Trump in his quest for the nomination, placing him 26 percentage points above his closest competitor, DeSantis, at 29 percent. Former Vice President Mike Pence sits in third place with six percent of the participants’ support, followed by Former U.S. Ambassador to United Nations Nikki Haley at three percent. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), former House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD), and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo all register at one percent of support.

Related: Paul Ryan: ‘Trump’s Kind of a Drag on our Ticket’ & he ‘Gives us Problems, Politically’

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