Fox News anchor Bret Baier asked why people hate the Washington Post, saying, “This is a paper that’s trying to change the way we do things.
They are a paper for the wealthy and they’re a paper which is so full of the most unprofessional behavior, you have to wonder if they don’t have something else to write.”
Baier, who was not there at the time, added, “If you’re going to say that the Washington Times is a propaganda paper, you don’t want to be a propaganda writer.
You want to write for people who are actually living in the real world.”
(Bret Baier is pictured at right in January 2016.)
Here’s the video of the exchange, via Fox News: Fox News host Todd Starnes, who has also covered the White House and the FBI, said, “I’ve seen some of the worst behavior.
I’ve seen people who don’t think twice about ripping off somebody.
I saw a woman who took off her pants and put them on the floor, in front of her children, and went into the kitchen and started making a mess.”
He added, “[I]t is very clear that [Bridget] Baier does not want to talk about the news, which is not necessarily a bad thing.”
Fox anchor Todd Stornes: I’ve heard a lot of the best and the worst.
The best and worst is not the worst, it’s just the best, and I’ve noticed the best is not always the worst and it can be the best.
But the worst is always the best at times.
The New York Daily News, however, did not hold back when discussing the paper, saying: I hate the Whitehouse paper.
That’s where they get their money, where they don,t really care.
It’s a paper where they have the biggest staff and the biggest circulation and the best people.
It is a newspaper that makes money off of you and the government.
And I’ve gotten to know that newspaper over the years and I can tell you that it has absolutely nothing to do with the news.
They have no credibility, and they are so biased that I have to have my own private sources that are not allowed on air.
Fox contributor Todd Stork also took to Twitter to criticize the paper: If you don’ t like it, just leave it.
If you like it enough, you can stay.
The Washington Post is a disgrace to American democracy.
You can leave it and live in a world of your own.
BretBaier, host of Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” said the newspaper is “a disgrace to America.”
He went on to say, “We all know this is a liberal paper.
They don’t care about the people they write about.
And that’s what they’re doing.
And if you like their paper, don’t come to the WhiteHouse.
The people that write it don’t even care about you.
If I did, I’d be a real coward.
They’re just happy to have me as a guest on their TV show.”
Stork went on, “And they are doing this because they don’t want you to have a voice.
They want you not to have your voice.”
Starnets response to Baier came at the end of a clip in which he criticized the paper’s decision to publish a video on its website where President Trump claimed to have been a victim of sexual assault.
(Battling allegations of sexual harassment and assault by the Trump administration, the Washington D.C. paper published a video Monday, which included audio of Trump telling a group of women that he “grabbed them by the pussy” and that he felt like a “puppet.”)
Stork also addressed the White house, which he said is “so hostile and hostile to truth and reality” and “so anti-American.”
He also addressed Baier and other journalists who “take a certain way to the world and try to change it.
And frankly, the way I look at the world, I’m not a racist, I’ve never been a bigot, I don’t agree with every thing the president says.
I think it’s great when people come forward and talk about their experiences.
And they should be celebrated and respected.
But they shouldn’t be shamed.”
Stocks fell in early trading following the video’s release.