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Attorney General William Barr criticized President Donald Trump's tweets about Justice Department prosecutors' sentencing recommendation for Trump ally Roger Stone.

Barr—who overrode the recommendation after Trump railed against it on Twitter—said Trump's tweets made it impossible to do his job, though some people believe his words weren't to rein in Trump, but to mitigate public outrage.

Fox Host Lou Dobbs is not one of those people.

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Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) is emerging as a potential frontrunner for the 2020 Democratic nomination for President after winning the New Hampshire primary and virtually tying with South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg in a chaotic Iowa caucus last week.

It's no surprise then that Sanders is a frequent target of Fox News hosts—most recently, from Mark Levin on BlazeTV's LevinTV.

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Though President Donald Trump has slammed the network in the past, Fox News continues to play a crucial role in preserving his support.

Feted by far-right primetime hosts like Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity, and Tucker Carlson, the network frequently allows the President's closest allies—and often the President himself—a chance to spin Trump's latest snafu in the administration's favor. Their claims often go unchallenged.

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Republicans were livid after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) ripped up her copy of Trump's State of the Union address on the House floor immediately after the President's speech.

Pelosi laughed off the gesture, saying it was the "courteous thing" to do "considering the alternatives."

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The Kansas City Chiefs overtook the San Francisco 49ers to win the Super Bowl on Sunday night.

Congratulations poured in from around the world, but among the most notable was from President Donald Trump, who addressed the team via his Twitter account.

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President Donald Trump's Twitter often ranges from caps-laden screeds against standard oversight to patronizing nicknames for his rivals.

The country has learned to gauge the President's mood by the number of times he's tweeted or retweeted in a day (the record is 142, when the House impeachment managers were giving their opening arguments).

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The United States, unlike North Korea and other nations President Donald Trump admires, does not have an official state media channel where the federal government can push propaganda.

But since his 2016 campaign, Trump has spoken as though he does have an official state media in Fox News.

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