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Trump Campaign Blasts Fox News Over Arizona Call for Biden

Does Fox have egg on their face?

Over the course of the last four years, President Donald Trump and Fox News have grown slowly apart, with perhaps a more vigorous diversion trending during these last several months.

It’s something that Donald Trump has lamented about publicly and frequently, sometimes even taking his complaints directly to the source during his nearly-regular appearances on Fox & Friends.

And, during these turbulent last few days of the election, Trump’s anger at the infotainment network has increased tenfold, particularly after the station called Arizona for Biden early on Tuesday.

“We’re going to follow the numbers, not what Fox News says,” deputy campaign manager Justin Clark said, when asked what the campaign would do if Fox News refused to rescind its Arizona call and Democrat Joe Biden won Nevada, taking him to 270 — the majority needed in the Electoral College.

The campaign held a special call for reporters from conservative outlets, following an earlier call for the media in general. The message was the same in both: the campaign expects to win in Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Georgia, securing victory.

With regard to Pennsylvania, officials said, the campaign would make sure that “legal ballots are counted, and illegal ballots are not counted.”

The mood inside the campaign remained optimistic, it seemed.

Stepien and senior adviser Jason Miller said that they were “completely” confident of winning. Asked by a reporter about a tweet by CNN’s Jim Acosta suggesting the campaign was nervous about Georgia, Miller laughed and called it “fake news.”

President Trump is working up legal challenges to the electoral process in several states around the nation, and Arizona could very well be the site of a prolonged battle that just happens to put some egg on Fox News’ face.

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