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“He doesn’t like Trump,” one person who has spoken with Lachlan told me.
Some believe it’s only a matter of time before the Murdochs sell Fox News. It’s too small to be independent,” the anchor told me.“Fox has been underestimated dating back to its inception as the fourth major network and continues to challenge conventional wisdom, exceeding expectations as a strategically bold, transformational media brand,” the Fox executive said.
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Cohn reportedly didn’t act on Trump’s directive.) And the senior Fox staffer cautioned that any changes will be modest, at least at first.
“Lachlan is not James,” the staffer said, referring to Rupert’s liberal younger son.
” He implored Fox to “Keep fighting for Tucker”—Media Matters had uncovered a series of offensive statements Tucker Carlson had made while calling in to Bubba the Love Sponge’s radio show—“and fight hard for @Judge Jeanine.”Trump’s attacks on Fox have widened the chasm between the network’s opinion hosts and the news division, which have been fighting a cold civil war since Roger Ailes was ousted in July 2016. Suzanne Scott and President Jay Wallace to rein in Sean Hannity, Lou Dobbs and Pirro.