President Trump’s favorability ratings at the end of his first year in office are comparable to Barack Obama’s.
All Fox News did was report the truth accurately.
CNN’s Brian Stelter can’t handle the truth, claiming FNC is doing their viewers a ‘disservice.’
From Daily Caller:
As The Daily Caller reported on Thursday, President Donald Trump’s approval rating at the end of his first year in office is on par with President Barack Obama’s approval rating at the same time during his presidency.
While the Fake News loves to talk about my so-called low approval rating, @foxandfriends just showed that my rating on Dec. 28, 2017, was approximately the same as President Obama on Dec. 28, 2009, which was 47%…and this despite massive negative Trump coverage & Russia hoax!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 29, 2017
“Fox & Friends” shared this fact on air Friday morning, leading the president to tweet out his satisfaction about the polls.
Stelter’s tweet seems to imply that it is a “disservice” to make any comparisons of poll numbers that are favorable toward Trump. It is especially bad if Trump signals that he is happy with what has been reported.
This is a prime example of how “Fox & Friends” does a disservice to viewers: https://t.co/ErJBOTAHbo
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) December 29, 2017
Stelter went off on Fox News earlier in the month, too, per Washington Examiner:
This week’s Mainstream Media Scream features CNN “Reliable Sources” host Brian Stelter on Sunday denouncing Fox News Channel for giving so much time to the political agenda revelations of those on special counsel Robert Mueller’s staff.
“This isn’t just an alternate reality. This is a reversal of reality,” said Stelter, who’s own network has been slapped as the lead anti-Trump outlet. “They’re talking like propagandists. This sounds like propaganda and it sounds dangerous,” he added. “The conservative media choir is telling Trump,” Stelter complained, that “Mueller is out to get you, trying to reverse the outcome of the election. It doesn’t get any more dangerous than that.”
Stelter is not relevant.
He’s not a journalist. He’s an opinionist. His word means nothing.
Stelter serves as the mouth piece of the Democrat Party through the mainstream media – just like so many others.