Cavuto to Trump: Journalists "Not Entitled To Praise You," Difference Between "Fake News" And News You Don't Like | Video | RealClearPolitics

Cavuto to Trump: Journalists "Not Entitled To Praise You," Difference Between "Fake News" And News You Don't Like

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On the Monday broadcast of 'Your World,' FOX News host Neil Cavuto delivered a monologue directed to President Trump. Cavuto told Trump reporters, "are not entitled to praise you but we are obligated to question you, and to be fair to you. Even if it risks inviting your wrath. You are free to rage. All we are free to do is report and let the viewers decide."

"Now while it’s understandable not to like what you hear, Mr. President, it is not understandable to tune out what you would very much like to hear," Cavuto said.

“You are not the first president to say the media has it out for you," Cavuto said. "No less than press darling John F. Kennedy himself had his moments with the media. We can’t please all. The best we can do as journalists is to be fair to all, including you, Mr. President. That’s not fake doing that, what is fake is not doing that, what is fake is saying Fox never used to do that. Mr. President, we have always done that."



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