There is more than one Fox.
The Simpsons mock Trump.
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President Trump's favorite news show is Fox and Friends. If you wake up early you can see for yourself why he would like it.
There is no chaos at the White House. It is a well oiled machine of executive competence.
The real problem is relentless sabotage by Obama holdovers.
There is no problem whatever with "Russian meddling" in our affairs.
Trump and Republicans were always completely supportive of Obama so these questions raised about Trump are unfair.
Trump hates leaks and leaks damage America.
|Trump loves this program. Fawning adoration.|
Unemployment numbers are great now and Trump deserves the credit.
Everyone else in the media picks on Trump. Picking on the president is un-American.
Trump and Fox always gave Obama their full support year after year, so it is doubly unfair that Trump is getting criticized when he himself had been so nice and helpful.
American culture and religion are under attack from atheists, Muslims, liberals, feminists, globalists, people with alternative lifestyles, college professors, foreigners, immigrants, flag-burners, and the mainstream media.
Meanwhile, there is another Fox. The Fox of The Simpsons. They don't just mock Trump, they mock Trump's people, his politics, his eccentricities, his hair, his management style, his work ethic, and his attention to Fox News. They mock Bill O'Reily.
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Take two minutes and sit back and relax. Click on the links to each of these one-minute clips from current Simpsons shows. They are funny. They are savage.
This blog had observed that direct confrontation of Trump worked poorly in the campaign. When Rubio attempted to mock Trump it appeared to backfire on Rubio because it seemed out of character. People who insulted Trump looked like smaller versions of Trump. But Trump may be vulnerable to humor and hard satire--if it comes from a place where humor and satire are in character.
Late night TV hosts have picked up that theme. The Simpsons at prime time on Fox is doing it. Possibly satire will be read by the public as essentially trivial. Certainly there needs to be a serious opponent, a non-Trump alternative. But Trump may be susceptible to having his authority and presence undermined by third parties, and the closer those third parties are to Trump the more powerful and credible they are.
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