Dr. Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., was on Fox News tonight to discuss President Trump after appearing with him at the National Museum of African American History and Culture today. She spoke to Bill O’Reilly about how she liked Trump early on in the 2016 race due to his positions on a range of issues. O’Reilly brought up the charge being thrown around that Trump’s a racist, admitted he doesn’t understand what that’s based off of, and asked King why that’s such a big argument on the left. King simply said that it was “fake news” being pushed online and elsewhere, saying that people like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson praised Trump openly years ago before he ran for president. Watch above, via Fox News. [image via screengrab] — — Follow Josh Feldman on Twitter: @feldmaniac
Tonight on Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace showed up to provide his reaction to President Donald Trump’s explosive news conference. Wallace explained to Bill O’Reilly that Trump’s continued attacks on the media is his attempt to “seize the narrative” when it comes to how the press is unfairly covering his administration, specifically the chaos of the White House. “This was a president saying, ‘I’m in charge — I know what I’m doing. I’m not going to bend to Washington. Washington’s going to have to get used to me,'” the Fox News anchor noted. Overall though, Wallace felt that the presser won’t be that much of a big deal when it’s all said and done. He explained that it still all comes down to how the economy performs or if he can provide a suitable replacement for Obamacare. Continue reading "Fox’s Chris Wallace: Trump Was Saying ‘I’m in Charge’ at Today’s Press Conference"