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President Donald Trump and his administration have scrambled to dismiss the threat posed by the rapidly-spreading novel coronavirus—even if that dismissal comes at the expense of public awareness.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Fox News and Fox Business hosts have followed the President's lead, claiming that Democrats are deliberately overblowing the coronavirus threat in an attempt to undermine Trump's presidency.

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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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President Donald Trump ordered an air strike earlier this month that resulted in the death of Iran's top military official, Qasem Soleimani, while Soleimani was visiting Iraqi officials as a diplomat.

The move sent tensions with Iran skyrocketing, and resulted in retaliatory strikes on Iraqi military bases where American soldiers are stationed.

With Soleimani's death bringing the U.S. to the brink of yet another war in the Middle East, Americans wanted an explanation for why the assassination of Soleimani was urgent, and for how it improved the already growing tensions with Iran.

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The House Intelligence Committee submitted to the House Judiciary Committee its 300 page report of information gleaned from fact witnesses so far in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.

In addition to reiterating the testimony of several witnesses regarding Trump's corrupt dealings with Ukraine, the report also highlighted call records between numerous key players in the Ukraine scandal.

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One of President Donald Trump's most ardent supporters, far-Right Fox News host Laura Ingraham, continues to defend the President's withholding of congressionally approved military aid to Ukraine in exchange for its President publicly declaring an investigation into Trump's political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

The defenses are getting more and more ridiculous.

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The White House's top Ukraine expert, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, is the first witness who was on President Donald Trump's damning phone conversation with Ukrainian President Voldoymyr Zelensky to testify in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against the President.

Because Vindman is one of the few officials to go against the White House's pressure not to comply with subpoenas or even a modicum of oversight, bumbling Fox News personalities are implying that Vindman—a Purple Heart recipient—is a Ukrainian spy because he moved from Ukraine to the United States as a toddler.

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