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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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As backlash continues to come at the White House over President Donald Trump's choice to assassinate a foreign leader, his supporters in his administration and Congress scramble to create excuses and false equivalencies.

Among those congressional supporters is Arizona Republican Representative Paul Gosar.

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President Donald Trump may well be remembered partly for his adversarial relationship with the press. Beginning during his campaign for President, Trump attacked the free press as "fake news" whenever they shared facts critical of him.

But Trump's hatred of the press doesn't extend to all news outlets. His mutual admiration with the denizens of the couch on Fox News morning show Fox and Friends is well documented. The show is accused of being little more than Trump administration propaganda and the President is criticized for treating the show as an official policy adviser.

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President Trump's address before the United Nations General Assembly. (@FoxNews/Twitter)

The symbiotic relationship between President Donald Trump and Fox News is well known, so it came as little surprise that Fox would make some convenient edits to the video of Trump's embarrassing moment in front of the UN General Assembly earlier today.

In case you missed it, Trump stated with a straight face:

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