Fox News Anchor Misreports Cruz/Trump Feud, Second Anchor Corrects Story

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Fortunately for viewers across America, another anchor quickly corrected her misstep during Monday morning’s ‘Fox & Friends’ broadcast. The correct reporting was then shared with viewers at 7:20 AM EDT on Monday morning by Fox & Friends co-anchor Steve Doocy who clarified that “what [Cruz] said was that he could not think of any explanation why Donald Trump would tweet out what he did other than some sort of involvement.”

The corrected information was important to make sure audiences were well informed on an issue involving two presidential candidates vying for their vote this November. It’s also reassuring to know that when errors are made they can be immediately addressed so millions more individuals don’t have access to false or misleading news stories regarding our nation’s leaders and potential future presidents.

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Post time: Mar-01-2023