Axios: Trump wants to take revenge on Fox News with a
Axios reported that US President Donald Trump is planning to create a digital empire that will wipe out Fox News.
In a report translated by “Arabi 21“, the site said, Trump told his friends that he wants to weaken the network close to conservative circles.
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The decision came due to the channel’s announcement that Democratic candidate Joseph Biden had won in Arizona, to the annoyance of the president.
Advisers to the president believe that the network erred in this decision, which was confirmed by the Associated Press, which gave Trump something tangible to use in his attacks on it.
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“His plans are to destroy Fox, there is no doubt about that,” said Lachlan Murdoch, director of Fox News, in November. “We love competition and we always revive competition … Fox News was the number one network, including the radio networks from Labor Day to Day.” The election”.
According to the source, there is speculation about Trump’s establishment of a television network, but cable broadcasting will be expensive and time consuming.
Instead, Trump is considering creating a cheaper and faster digital media channel that broadcasts over the Internet. And Trump’s digital channel with a monthly fee will be a fan of his tagline, “Maga,” or Let’s Make America Great Again.
He wants to replace it and Fox Nation, which is charging $ 5.99 a month, online. Trump has a database of email addresses and mobile numbers, which gives him a head start.
He has a list of political contacts and text messages. The site quoted a source as saying that Trump might use the vote count to confuse Fox. “He will spend a long time attacking Fox,” the source said.
Trump has complained about Fox News interviews with Democrats and more than usual. He sent a message to Fox by promoting conservative channels such as “One America News” and “NewsMax”.
“Fox has changed a lot,” Trump said. He added in an interview with “Fox and Friends” on Election Day, “There are those who say: What is the difference between this and the past four years?” I do not complain, but I tell people, “and this is a big difference this season from the past.”