Donald Trump lashes out at ‘Fox Board Member’ Paul Ryan after expert on Fox News says the president ‘had disastrous debate performance’ but still won
- President Trump entered a former tweet on Thursday by Paul Ryan
- Trump suggested that Ryan had something to do with one Fox News Channel expert who criticized the president’s earlier debates
- “Must be Fox board member Paul Ryan!” Trump wrote, linking Ryan on the board to the negative rattle on Fox News Channel
- Trump and Ryan and an audience split up last summer after a book that suggested that Ryan thought Trump knew nothing about reigning
President Trump sent former Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan in a tweet on Thursday and blamed the “Fox Board Member” for negative comments about a president on Fox News Channel.
“Can someone at @FoxNews please explain to Trump hater A.B. Stoddard (zero talent!) And @ TeamCavuto, that I won all my debates from start to finish, “wrote the president. ‘Check the polls that were held immediately after the debates. The debates have chosen me. Must be Fox board member Paul Ryan! ”
Stoddard, a writer for RealClearPolitics, appeared on “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on Thursday afternoon and explained that the campaign by former mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City may not be doomed because Trump himself was bad at the debate stage.
President Trump traced former home speaker Paul Ryan in a tweet on Thursday, suggesting that he was somehow responsible for a Fox News Channel expert who was critical of the president’s previous debates
President Trump tweeted about Paul Ryan and RealClearPolitics writer A.B. Stoddard while flying to Colorado on Air Force One Thursday afternoon
President Trump (right) had a public break with the former speaker (left) last summer after a book came out suggesting that Paul Ryan believed that Trump knew nothing about government
President Trump tweeted on comments from RealClearPolitics writer A.B. Stoddard, who explained that Mike Bloomberg might not be a toast because Trump also did not perform well during the Republican primary debates
“I think Donald Trump has disastrous debates,” Stoddard said. “Many answers were so convincing that you couldn’t believe he was still on stage – and he’s president.”
“And so I don’t think debates kill normal candidates who don’t have a billionaire juggernaut machine,” Stoddard continued.
She also suggested that the audience that saw the six Democratic presidential candidates debate at the Paris Theater in Las Vegas consisted of donors – who Bloomberg doesn’t need – “the expert class” and “Democratic primary activist voters.”
Stoddard suggested that most voters would still get to know Bloomberg through his ads, especially those placed online.
Trump was on his way to Colorado Springs aboard Air Force One when he broadcasted the tweet, criticizing Ryan appearing to be out of the blue.
Ryan joined Fox Corp in March 2019. – the parent company of Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network.
Ryan had retired two months earlier.
Since then, Trump has been critical of the former speaker, especially after the release of the book “American Carnage” by political journalist Tim Alberta.
Alberta reported on Ryan’s thoughts about Trump, including that he believed the old businessman “knew nothing about the government.”
“Paul Ryan, the failed V.P. candidate and former President of the House, whose record of horrible results was (except during my first two years as president), eventually became a long-term failed duck failure, leaving his party both as a fundraiser & leader, “tweeted Trump in July 2019. “He had the majority and blew it away with his poor leadership and bad timing. Never knew how to go after the Dems as they go after us. ”
“Couldn’t get him out of Congress soon enough!” Trump exclaimed.
At the end of his show, host Neil Cavuto checked Trump’s tweet.
He did not mention Trump’s mention of Ryan, but he pointed out that polls showed that Trump did not win the debates.
“If you look at polls from FOX, NBC, CNN, Politico, YouGov and a large number of others, the first reading was that he had not done well in those debates,” Cavuto told his audience. “He won in the end, but he didn’t sound well in those debates.”