Fox News' Neil Cavuto Spends 10 Minutes Totally Discrediting Trump-Supporting Trolls

Fox News' Neil Cavuto Spends 10 Minutes Totally Discrediting Trump-Supporting Trolls

Fox News' Neil Cavuto Spends 10 Minutes Totally Discrediting Trump-Supporting Trolls

As day follows night, so must an anti-Trump Cavuto segment be followed by his viewers calling him fat and questioning if the meds he takes for his many serious health issues have somehow damaged his brain. "And we could all be the poorer for it". "I think everybody would be very poor", Trump said in a recent interview.

"I know you'll call this fake, but the implications of what you're doing, Mr. President, are very real", Cavuto said. "You are so darned focused on promoting a financial boom that you fail to see that you are the one creating this moral bust". "Just like you said you knew nothing about a Trump Tower meeting back in June 2016 that included your son Donald Trump, Jr. and some Russian officials", he said. "Because without this thinking you would see - you would see numbers that you wouldn't believe in reverse".

And like many times before, when embroiled with controversy, Trump used the United States' so-called financial staging after former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort's conviction and former attorney Michael Cohen's guilty plea.

"That is quite a threat, and it might even happen", Cavuto said. "But, Mr. President, you guarantee both when your very actions and words create that crisis or make people think that you're hiding one".

"Like when you say you knew nothing about payments to a stripper and a former Playboy model, until you did".


"Making money should never get in the way of simply getting answers", Cavuto explained.

Cavuto suggested that scandals surrounding Trump's presidency were overshadowing any glimmer of good news.

Cavuto then spent nearly 10 minutes explaining just why explanations for his criticism of the president were because he "just hates Trump", "is just a left-wing lunatic" and "is angry he hasn't been granted a Trump interview" were indeed fake news.

"You're right to be frustrated, but you are part of what's frustrating", Cavuto added.

"But oftentimes, Mr. President, the problem is you".

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