Joe Biden Fox News reportedly sees boss Rupert Murdoch As “the most dangerous man in the world” and sees Fox News as “one of the most destructive forces in the United States”, according to a forthcoming book by new York Times from reporters Alexander Burns And Jonathan Martin, First excerpt by Nation World News. book, This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future Slated for a May release, bills itself as a look at how Fox News “triggered the torrent of anti-Biden programming, fueling doubts about vaccines, and wild conspiracy theories about the January 6 attack.” spread.”
According to Nation World News, the president has never publicly commented on the conservative media mogul. However, since taking office last year, Biden has taken direct and indirect shots at Fox News on a few occasions, including a January hot mic incident in which the president called a Fox correspondent. Peter Doosy A “stupid son of a bitch.” (According to Ducey, Biden later called on him to offer a personal apology for the insult.) During the government’s vaccine rollout last year, the Biden administration indicated that it was not seeking a “fight” with Fox News. Although the President made fun of some people. networks to experience an “altar call” moment when they “suddenly …[came out and said] ‘Let’s get vaccinated, get vaccinated.'” At an October town hall hosted by Nation World News, Biden joked that he occasionally watches Fox News “to find out how popular I am.” Biden has been accused of lacking the cognitive abilities needed to run the country.
Murdoch is the owner of Fox News, New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, As well as publications in the United Kingdom and Australia. Many of his news outlets are known for their conservative coverage and deeply critical views on Democratic administrations and leaders. Fox News was often questioned as an offshoot of propaganda Donald TrumpAdministration of
The news of Biden’s alleged personal views on Fox News comes as follows a new study Released by Media Researchers David E. Brookman And Joshua L Kalla, from the University of California, Berkeley and Yale, respectively, which found that Fox viewers actually changed their minds on some issues after watching Nation World News for just a month. The study paid a group of participants $15 per hour to watch Nation World News seven hours per week in September 2020, just before the presidential election, and the priority hours participants said they usually watched Fox News. The study’s authors continued: “Despite the largely strong biases of regular Fox viewers, we found many of the leanings of their media diet to change on their factual beliefs, attitudes, perceptions of the importance of issues, and overall political views.” found the effect.”
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