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Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead father

A composite image of President Donald Trump on October 10, 2019, and Chris Wallace during a Fox News broadcast about the impeachment inquiry into Trump.NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images/Twitter/FoxNewsSunday

President Donald Trump again escalated his war on Fox News, criticizing anchor Chris Wallace's coverage of the Ukraine scandal that has led to an impeachment inquiry.Trump tweeted that the Phone Conversation I had with the President of Ukraine was a congenial & good one. He continued: Somebody please explain to Chris Wallace of Fox, who will never be his father (and my friend), Mike Wallace. Mike Wallace, a CBS interviewer, died in 2012.Fox News, long his favorite network, has in recent months become a source of anger for Trump.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

President Donald Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing Wallace unfavorably to his dead father.

Trump tweeted on Sunday: Somebody please explain to Chris Wallace of Fox, who will never be his father (and my friend), Mike Wallace, that the Phone Conversation I had with the President of Ukraine was a congenial & good one.

It was only Schiff's made up version of that conversation that was bad!

Trump has rejected any wrongdoing during the July call between him and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which has become the basis of an explosive whistleblower complaint that promoted Democrats to launch an impeachment inquiry into Trump.

Read more: As the impeachment probe intensifies, 40% of Americans say they think Mike Pence would make a better president than Trump

The White House's own notes of the call show Trump asking Zelensky to investigate the dealings of Joe Biden, the former US vice president and Trump's election rival, with Ukraine during the period that his son was on the board of a Ukrainian gas company. There is no evidence of wrongdoing by the Bidens.

Trump has repeatedly accused Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee who is leading the probe into the whistleblower complaint, of treason.

Schiff accused Trump of appearing to do a classic, mafia-like shakedown in his dealings with Zelensky.

Trump asked Zelensky to investigate Biden after noting that we do a lot for Ukraine.

Wallace's father, Mike Wallace, died in 2012 at age 93. He was a longtime CBS journalist who interviewed Trump when he was still a businessman, for its 60 Minutes show.

Following Mike's death, Chris Wallace described him as the best reporter I have ever known.

Mike Wallace interviews Donald Trump in 1985.YouTube/CBS News

And while work often came first for him, over the last 20 years, he worked hard to make connections with his family. He became my best friend. And at the end, he was surrounded by children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren. I already miss him terribly.

Fox News, long the president's favorite network, has become the subject of much of his ire in recent months as controversies around him deepen and some poll results have shown a slump in support.

He reportedly fears that the network is not loyal enough to him.

Read more: Trump is reportedly worried that Fox News is being taken over by liberals trying to undermine him, as his war on the network escalates

In August, Trump claimed that the network had changed, prompting one of its anchors, Bret Baier, to hit back.

Trump said that  Fox is a lot different than it used to be.

He said: There's something going on at Fox, I'll tell you right now. And I'm not happy with it.

The network remains the home of some of his closest allies, including some that work as his informal advisers. It often defends even his most controversial policies.

Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead fatherTrump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead father

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Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead father

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Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead father

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President Donald Trump again escalated his war on Fox News, criticizing anchor Chris Wallace's coverage of the Ukraine scandal that has led to an impeachment inquiry. Trump tweeted that the Phone Conversation I had with the President of Ukraine was a congenial & good one. He continued: Somebody please explain to Chris Wallace of Fox, who will never be his father (and my friend), Mike Wallace. Mike Wallace, a CBS interviewer, died in 2012. Fox News, long his favorite network, has in recent months become a source of anger for Trump. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing Wallace unfavorably to his dead father. Trump tweeted on Sunday: Somebody please explain to Chris Wallace of Fox, who will never be his father (and my friend), Mike Wallace, that the Phone Conversation I had with the President of Ukraine was a congenial & good one. It was only Schiff's made up version of that conversation that was bad! Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/1183535447919812608?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Somebody please explain to Chris Wallace of Fox, who will never be his father (and my friend), Mike Wallace, that the Phone Conversation I had with the President of Ukraine was a congenial & good one. It was only Schiff's made up version of that conversation that was bad!   Trump has rejected any wrongdoing during the July call between him and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which has become the basis of an explosive whistleblower complaint that promoted Democrats to launch an impeachment inquiry into Trump. Read more: As the impeachment probe intensifies, 40% of Americans say they think Mike Pence would make a better president than Trump The White House's own notes of the call show Trump asking Zelensky to investigate the dealings of Joe Biden, the former US vice president and Trump's election rival, with Ukraine during the period that his son was on the board of a Ukrainian gas company. There is no evidence of wrongdoing by the Bidens. Trump has repeatedly accused Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee who is leading the probe into the whistleblower complaint, of treason. Schiff accused Trump of appearing to do a classic, mafia-like shakedown in his dealings with Zelensky. Trump asked Zelensky to investigate Biden after noting that we do a lot for Ukraine. Wallace's father, Mike Wallace, died in 2012 at age 93. He was a longtime CBS journalist who interviewed Trump when he was still a businessman, for its 60 Minutes show. Following Mike's death, Chris Wallace described him as the best reporter I have ever known. And while work often came first for him, over the last 20 years, he worked hard to make connections with his family. He became my best friend. And at the end, he was surrounded by children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren. I already miss him terribly. Fox News, long the president's favorite network, has become the subject of much of his ire in recent months as controversies around him deepen and some poll results have shown a slump in support. He reportedly fears that the network is not loyal enough to him. Read more: Trump is reportedly worried that Fox News is being taken over by liberals trying to undermine him, as his war on the network escalates In August, Trump claimed that the network had changed, prompting one of its anchors, Bret Baier, to hit back. Trump said that  Fox is a lot different than it used to be. He said: There's something going on at Fox, I'll tell you right now. And I'm not happy with it. The network remains the home of some of his closest allies, including some that work as his informal advisers. It often defends even his most controversial policies.

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Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead fatherTrump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead father

President Donald Trump again escalated his war...

Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead father

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Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing him unfavorably to his dead father

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2019-10-14T11:42:49+02:00

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President Donald Trump again escalated his war on Fox News, criticizing anchor Chris Wallace's coverage of the Ukraine scandal that has led to an impeachment inquiry. Trump tweeted that the Phone Conversation I had with the President of Ukraine was a congenial & good one. He continued: Somebody please explain to Chris Wallace of Fox, who will never be his father (and my friend), Mike Wallace. Mike Wallace, a CBS interviewer, died in 2012. Fox News, long his favorite network, has in recent months become a source of anger for Trump. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump escalated his war on Fox News again, slamming anchor Chris Wallace for his coverage of the Ukraine scandal and comparing Wallace unfavorably to his dead father. Trump tweeted on Sunday: Somebody please explain to Chris Wallace of Fox, who will never be his father (and my friend), Mike Wallace, that the Phone Conversation I had with the President of Ukraine was a congenial & good one. It was only Schiff's made up version of that conversation that was bad! Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/1183535447919812608?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Somebody please explain to Chris Wallace of Fox, who will never be his father (and my friend), Mike Wallace, that the Phone Conversation I had with the President of Ukraine was a congenial & good one. It was only Schiff's made up version of that conversation that was bad!   Trump has rejected any wrongdoing during the July call between him and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which has become the basis of an explosive whistleblower complaint that promoted Democrats to launch an impeachment inquiry into Trump. Read more: As the impeachment probe intensifies, 40% of Americans say they think Mike Pence would make a better president than Trump The White House's own notes of the call show Trump asking Zelensky to investigate the dealings of Joe Biden, the former US vice president and Trump's election rival, with Ukraine during the period that his son was on the board of a Ukrainian gas company. There is no evidence of wrongdoing by the Bidens. Trump has repeatedly accused Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee who is leading the probe into the whistleblower complaint, of treason. Schiff accused Trump of appearing to do a classic, mafia-like shakedown in his dealings with Zelensky. Trump asked Zelensky to investigate Biden after noting that we do a lot for Ukraine. Wallace's father, Mike Wallace, died in 2012 at age 93. He was a longtime CBS journalist who interviewed Trump when he was still a businessman, for its 60 Minutes show. Following Mike's death, Chris Wallace described him as the best reporter I have ever known. And while work often came first for him, over the last 20 years, he worked hard to make connections with his family. He became my best friend. And at the end, he was surrounded by children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren. I already miss him terribly. Fox News, long the president's favorite network, has become the subject of much of his ire in recent months as controversies around him deepen and some poll results have shown a slump in support. He reportedly fears that the network is not loyal enough to him. Read more: Trump is reportedly worried that Fox News is being taken over by liberals trying to undermine him, as his war on the network escalates In August, Trump claimed that the network had changed, prompting one of its anchors, Bret Baier, to hit back. Trump said that  Fox is a lot different than it used to be. He said: There's something going on at Fox, I'll tell you right now. And I'm not happy with it. The network remains the home of some of his closest allies, including some that work as his informal advisers. It often defends even his most controversial policies.

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