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John Bolton went on Fox News and sad something surprising about Trump

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John Bolton is now one of Donald Trump’s fiercest critics.

The former National Security Advisor wrote an entire book claiming Donald Trump is unfit for office.

And now John Bolton went on Fox News and said something surprising about Trump.

The Atlantic’s fake news story that Donald Trump canceled a visit to a military cemetery in France because bad weather would mess up his hair and that he allegedly said 1,800 dead American marines buried there were “losers” and “suckers” imploded.

19 different sources went on the record to refute the story and testify that Donald Trump never made those comments and that the visit to the cemetery was called off on account of bad weather.

Maybe the most compelling account belonged to John Bolton.

Bolton hates President Trump and has no reason to defend him.

But in an interview on Fox News, Bolton argued The Atlantic article was flat out wrong.

“According to what that article said the president made disparaging remarks about our soldiers, the people buried at the Aisne-Marne cemetery in connection with the decision for him not to go to the ceremony that was planned that afternoon and that was simply false,” Bolton added. “I don’t know who told the author that but that was false and I recounted that in my book, ‘Room Where It Happened’ and reaffirmed that in response to questions, the next day.”

Host Martha MacCallum confronted Bolton with the fact that Fox News Channel reporter Jennifer Griffin supposedly “confirmed” this story.

Bolton responded that she was “flatly wrong.”

“Well, she’s just flatly wrong,” Bolton continued. “Look, I can tell you exactly what it was. We were in the Ambassador’s residence in Paris. We were supposed to be having a 10:30 meeting to brief the president for his meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at 11. The president was late, which was frequently the case. I don’t think the entire fair lasted more than 10 or 15 minutes and the main issue was whether or not weather conditions permitted the president to go out to the Aisne-Marne cemetery. The people I recall being there were John Kelly, one of his aides, Mike Pompeo, myself, Jamie McCourt, our ambassador to France.”

The Atlantic’s story collapsed within 48 hours.

But sadly it will not be the last.

The Fake News Media will run a disinformation campaign for the next two months as part of the Left’s effort to remove Donald Trump.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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Glenn Beck revealed something terrible that happened behind the scenes at Fox News

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Fox News viewers were shocked at what they saw.

The network made one giant change in real time in front of its audience.

And Glenn Beck just revealed something terrible that happened behind the scenes at Fox News.

Last week, during an episode of Outnumbered, co-hosts shut down former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich after Gingrich brought up the fact that George Soros was funding the campaign’s of leftist local District Attorneys who, now that they’re in office, were now letting rioters out of prison.

In an interview on Newsmax TV, The Blaze founder Glenn Beck revealed that Soros’ influence was felt at the top of Fox News for years going back to when Beck hosted the network’s 5PM show.

“I’ve often told the story of being in Roger Ailes’ office and he said to me at one point ‘You know what your problem is . . . you won’t play the game.’ He said ‘Look we all play a game,'” Beck recounted.

Beck explained that the “game” former network President Roger Ailes referred to involved playing along with not criticizing Soros.

“I was so disgusted by that. And I said ‘I don’t want to. It’s not a game to me. I don’t want to be a part of that,’” Beck continued.

Beck explained that Soros could threaten Fox’s profitability so he was advised to stay away from discussing Soros.

“That conversation was about George Soros,” Beck added. “They make money on everything that they do. And George Soros has it locked up because he can destroy you.”

Fox News is regarded as the “conservative” news network.

But when it comes to George Soros, even Fox News cows to the Left’s browbeating about how any criticism of George Soros is anti-Semitic.

And Glenn Beck watched it happen during his time at Fox News more than a decade ago.

Pants of Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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Fox News rejected one request by Donald Trump that you won’t believe

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Liberal critics accuse Fox News of being “state TV.”

That lie is getting harder and harder to maintain.

Fox News rejected one request by Donald Trump that you won’t believe.

On Tuesday, President Trump appeared on Fox and Friends for an interview before a historic ceremony at the White House where Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates normalized relations with Israel.

At the close of the interview, President Trump revealed that he would be calling in to Fox and Friends once a week until the election.

But co-host Steve Doocy tried to throw cold water on the idea and told Trump they were not sure they would have him as a guest while adding that they had invited former Vice President Joe Biden on as well.

The President once again said he agreed to do the show once a week and referenced the weekly guest spots he would call in for during the Obama Presidency.

“I think we’re going to do this, we’ve agreed to do it once a week in the morning, and I look forward to it like the old days,” Trump stated.

Co-host Brian Kilmeade agreed with the President stating “We’re going to do it every week.”

“I look forward to it, yeah we’re doing it every Monday, I think, and if we can’t do it on a Monday, we’ll do it on a Tuesday like we did today,” Trump responded.

But once again Doocy interjected and more forcefully shot down the idea claiming Fox News had not agreed to a weekly guest spot.

“You may want to do it every week, but Fox is not committed to that. We’ll take it on a case-by-case basis, and Joe Biden as well is always welcome to join us for 47 minutes like we just did with the president,” Doocy stated.

If the President of the United States wanted to appear on any show for a weekly interview, every network in America would automatically book the interview.

And with the Fake News Media covering less of Trump’s rallies and social media censoring the President and his supporters, Trump needs every avenue available to get his message out.

That’s why it is puzzling to many Americans that Fox News would not want the President of the United States appearing weekly on their network.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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This Fox News host caused a major fight with a controversial comment about riots

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The biggest story in America is the Black Lives Matter riots following the shooting of Jacob Blake.

Democrats are on the defensive as the rioters loot and burn the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin to the ground.

But this Fox News host caused a major fight with controversial comment about riots.

During a recent broadcast of “Outnumbered,” panelist Katie Pavlich discussed the arrest of a 17 year-old boy on first-degree murder charges.

The boy showed up in Wisconsin to protect businesses from Black Lives Matter terrorists because Wisconsin’s Democrat Governor refused to restore law and order despite multiple nights of rioting.

A video showed rioters attacking the boy who ran and then fell. As rioters tried to disarm him he allegedly shot two of them leading to his arrest.

Pavlich noted that vigilantism filled the void left by elected officials not allowing police to maintain law and order.

“The argument of vigilante justice, when you have no police around to defend businesses and people who are being attacked, and their livelihoods burned to the ground, there is a void that is filled,” Pavlich stated. “You have to ask yourself, when resources are offered at the beginning of when these riots break out and rejected by Democratic leaders over and over again, you have to ask the question why.”

This caused “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace to interject following a commercial break and falsely claim Pavlich advocated for vigilante justice.

“I’ve got to push back on something we said at the end of the last segment because there seemed to be the implication that somehow vigilante justice was understandable or justified by the lack of sufficient police action and authority and presence in some of these cities,” Wallace began.

Co-host Melissa Francis cut him off and tried to correct Wallace, but Wallace plowed ahead with his falsehood.

“Just as it is fair to say that rioting and looting is a completely inappropriate response to George Floyd or Jacob Blake, vigilante justice is a completely inappropriate response to the rioting in the street,” Wallace continued. “There is no justification for what happened in Kenosha and vigilante justice is a crime and should be punished as a crime.”

The point Pavlich made was simple.

People crave order and stability.

The Democrat Governor of Wisconsin abdicated his responsibility to keep the peace and that created a vacuum that individual citizens felt they needed to fill.

Pants on Fire Media will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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