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Fox Host Mocked After Falsely Accusing Team Biden Of Manipulating Trump Speech

Fox's Harris Faulkner accused Team Biden of misrepresenting Donald Trump's speech calling illegal immigrants 'animals' but the clip she played confirmed precisely what Trump said.

Fox News host Harris Faulkner; Donald Trump
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Fox News host Harris Faulkner's attempt to call out Democratic President Joe Biden's team for misrepresenting former Republican President Donald Trump's speech calling illegal immigrants "animals" backfired.

Faulkner shared Team Biden's clip of Trump's speech from his rally held in Grand Rapids, Michigan over the weekend.

The speech mentioned the death of 22-year-old Georgia nursing student Laken Riley who died allegedly at the hands of an illegal immigrant whom Trump described as an "animal."

The GOP presidential nominee said in the clip:

"The Democrats say, 'Please don't call them animals. They're humans.'"
"I said, 'No, they're not humans, they're not humans, they're animals.'"

The Fox host asked viewers, "You got that, right?" before introducing another clip of what Trump "actually said. Trump's words. Actually said this."

Except for the clip's intro about the slain nursing student, the part where Trump called illegal immigrants "animals" was exactly the same as the one shared by Biden's team.

But Faulkner insisted the Democrats were manipulating American viewers.

"First of all, how in the world did they edit all those words together to even put something like what they have? That's amazing," she said.

"I started in editing as a journalist. I'm pretty good at it."

"What are they using? AI? Hmm," she added.

Here's the Fox segment of Faulkner's attempt at discrediting the Dems.

Social media users tried in vain to find the alleged manipulation in the speech but were left scratching their heads.

X users went after Faulkner for her questionable reporting.

Trump called his recent speech, "Stop Biden's Border Bloodbath," a repeat of the hyperbolic "Bloodbath" descriptor he used before as a warning to Americans of the violence and turmoil that awaits if he loses in November.

Last month, he told MAGA followers at an Ohio rally:

"If I don’t get elected, it’s going to be a bloodbath."
"That’s going to be the least of it. It’s going to be a bloodbath for the country.”