Trump lashes out at his once-favorite network: 'Something weird going on at Fox'

President Donald Trump on Monday slammed Fox News after his once-favorite network released a new poll that shows him trailing against many of his potential 2020 Democratic rivals. 

The poll shows Trump losing to former Vice President Joe Biden by 10 points and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) by 9. It also shows Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg with very small leads over Trump.    

“Something weird going on at Fox,” the president tweeted. “Our polls show us leading in all 17 Swing States.” 

It’s not clear what internal polls he was referring to. However, Trump reportedly fired some of his own pollsters after leaked internal polls showed him trailing Biden in key states.

Last month, Trump slammed Fox News for even covering the Democrats, and was especially annoyed at the network’s town hall event featuring Buttigieg.

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John Bolton
National Security Advisor

Fox News job: Ex-contributor
Salary: $569,243

Heather Nauert
Ex-Spokesperson, Bureau of Public Affairs (State)

Fox News job: Ex-anchor
Salary: $485,000

Scott Brown
Ambassador, New Zealand and Samoa

Fox News job: Ex-contributor
Salary: $175,000

Anthony Scaramucci
Ex-White House Communications Director

Fox News job: Ex-contributor
Salary: $88,461

Richard Grenell
Ambassador, Germany

Fox News job: Ex-contributor
Salary: $80,000

Tony Sayegh
Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs (Treasury)

Fox News job: Ex-contributor
Salary: $72,851

K.T. McFarland
Ex-Deputy National Security Adviser

Fox News job: Ex-contributor
Salary: $63,518

Sebastian Gorka
Ex-White House Strategic Initiatives Group 

Fox News job: Ex-strategist
Salary: $4,321 (one month)

Georgette Mosbacher
Ambassador, Poland

Fox News job: Ex-contributor
Salary: $31,336

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Fox is moving more and more to the losing (wrong) side in covering the Dems,” he wrote. 

Trump still seems to favor Sean Hannity, a network host who not only supports the president but has taken the stage with him at a rally

The president didn’t mention Hannity by name, but in the evening cited the network for something that appeared on his show

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.
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