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Donald Trump Says Rupert Murdoch Should Fire Anchors Who Pushed Back On Unfounded 2020 Election Claims

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Donald Trump continued to rail against Fox Corp. chair Rupert Murdoch following the release of documents in Dominion Voting Systems’ lawsuit against Fox News.

This time, Trump said that Murdoch should apologize for defending the 2020 presidential election results. According to Dominion’s filing, released on Monday, Murdoch didn’t believe Trump’s election claims, including that the results were rigged in favor of Joe Biden.

The Justice Department found no evidence to support claims of widespread fraud. Trump also said that Murdoch should get rid of anchors who refuted the false election claims, and even those who may have believed they had credence but didn’t “speak up.” On Truth Social, Trump wrote, “Rupert Murdoch should apologize to his viewers and readers for his ridiculous defense of the 2020 Presidential Election.

How many forms of cheating and rigging does he have to see? He should also apologize to those anchors who got it right, and fire the ones who got it wrong, or were afraid to speak up (of which there were many!).

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