2020 Democratic candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) will hold a town hall on Fox News at 7 PM EST on Sunday. "Fox is moving more and more to the losing (wrong) side in covering the Dems", Trump wrote, alluding to the Fox interviewer.
But I also believe that even though some of those hosts are not always there in good faith, I think a lot of people who tune into this network, who do it in good faith.
Trump again mocked Buttigieg, referring to him as Alfred E. Neuman, the goofy, gap-toothed cover boy with protruding ears of U.S. humour magazine Mad.
Buttigieg's comments about Carlson and Ingraham come after the Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez announced in March that the party will deny all requests from Fox News to host the primary debates because "we can not rely on Fox to host a fair and neutral debate".
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"So weird to watch Crazy Bernie on @Fox News", Trump tweeted. A veteran, he said the "hostile takeover of the Republican Party" by Trump makes the 2020 election particularly important.
Buttigieg said his position as mayor of a mid-sized Midwestern city in a conservative state has helped him understand that Americans disagree on many issues, including abortion.
"The bottom line is, as frightful as that choice is - that woman, that family may seek spiritual guidance, they may seek medical guidance - but that decision is not going to be made any better, medically or morally, because the government is dictating how that decision is going to be made".
Those women, he continued, probably had been expecting to carry their babies to term but had received medical news that forced them "to make an impossible, unthinkable choice".
The televised town hall from Claremont, New Hampshire came just hours after Trump blasted Fox News and Wallace on Twitter for hosting the Democrat, as he repeated his "Mad" mag jab.