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Fox News reporter John Roberts loses temper over White House ‘deflecting’ on Trump’s refusal to condemn white-supremacist groups



Melissa Francis holding a sign posing for the camera: The Fox News reporter John Roberts on Thursday excoriated the White House for deflecting questions on President Donald Trump's stance on white-supremacist groups. YouTube


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The Fox News reporter John Roberts on Thursday excoriated the White House for deflecting questions on President Donald Trump’s stance on white-supremacist groups. YouTube

  • Fox News reporter John Roberts lost his temper on air on Thursday as he discussed the White House’s efforts to dance around questions on President Donald Trump’s stance on white supremacy.
  • “Stop deflecting. Stop blaming the media. I’m tired of it,” Roberts, Fox News’ chief White House correspondent, said in an impassioned reaction to Thursday’s press briefing.
  • During the presidential debate on Tuesday, Trump declined to explicitly condemn white-supremacist groups.
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Fox News reporter John Roberts on Thursday became visibly frustrated with the White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s responses to questions on why President Donald Trump had not condemned white supremacist groups.

“Stop deflecting. Stop blaming the media. I’m tired of it,” Roberts, Fox News’ chief

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Trump won’t have the support to stay in the White House if he loses in November

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tried a different approach when asked what would happen if President Trump refused to accept losing the Nov. 3 general election.



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“Every vote in this country is going to be heard, and they’ll not be stopped,” Biden told MSNBC in a pre-taped interview that aired Saturday.

He added, “I’m confident all the irresponsible, outrageous attacks on voting, we’ll have an election in this country as we always have had. And he’ll leave.”

Biden was criticized this week by the likes of former Trump national security adviser H.R. McMaster for suggesting the military could intervene during a transition if the president didn’t vacate the White House. McMaster’s comments follow the president declining to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he is defeated this fall.

“The power of the Oval Office depends on those in authority to enforce what

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