At the bottom of this story on the Fox site, about the kerfuffle over Trump calling Meghan Markle “nasty” even Fox can no longer go along with President’s constant lying.
""I never called Meghan Markle ‘nasty,’ he tweeted. “Made up by the Fake News Media, and they caught cold! Will @CNN, @nytimes and others apologize? Doubt it!”
Despite his denial, there is an audio recording circulating of President Trump saying the exact quote about Duchess Meghan that had been reported."
Given the range of Trump’s juvenile insults, the fact that he called Meghna Markle “nasty” is not a particularly important event – other than providing one more illustration of Trump’s immaturity.
The fact that he lied about doing so again doesn’t matter much. He lies about most everything and most intelligent people have long recognized that.
But is there something to the fact that even with Fox News – and we are not talking about some one-off commentator here – the editors have taken to pointing out that one should not believe what the President says.
The Washington Post has been the major documenter of Trump’s lies. When FoxNews takes its cues from the Washington Post’s approach to news, is that something new that brews?