Trump Jr. Claims Fox News Showed Him The Door

Before the Fox News debate started the network notified campaigns that only surrogates from campaigns who are attending the debate will be allowed in the “spin room.”

That meant that operatives for the Trump campaign would not be allowed in because the former president announced he would not take part in the debate.

Despite knowing the rules, Dongal Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle attempted to get into the spin room but were blocked by security.

“Fox won’t let me into the spin room,” Trump Jr. said. “They’re telling him, he works for security here, but they’re telling him that I’m not allowed to go in there.”

“How un-American,” Guilfoyle added.

‘So they can’t have someone who can maybe be a representative of my father,’ Trump Jr. added. “Just so we understand what we’re dealing with here. It shouldn’t surprise any of us and it’s also why Trump was 100 percent right to not go to this debate.”

The former president’s son mentioned that the candidates on the platform was “like watching high school kids do a bad model UN.”

“It’s beneath him and when you know that you’re walking into a setup, because of exactly these kinds of circumstances, you understand exactly what’s going on in mainstream media, even conservative,’ Trump Jr. said about his fathers decision not to take part in the first debate.

Instead of taking part in the first debate former Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired a pre-recorded interview he did with former President Trump.


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