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Even Chuck Todd Defends Trump’s MS-13 ‘Animals’ Remarks

Even Meet the Press host Chuck Todd defended President Donald Trump’s “animals” remarks about MS-13 illegal immigrant gangsters and criticized his fellow mainstream media journalists for blatantly and irresponsibly taking Trump’s remarks out of context.

Strategist Ana Navarro (L) and Author Ana Marie Cox speak during NYT Mag Live: A Special Politics Edition at Neuehouse on October 27, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Thos Robinson/Getty Images for New York Times)

CNN’s Ana Navarro Called Donald Trump an ‘Animal’

Earlier this week, President Donald Trump described the brutal Mexican gang MS-13 as “animals,” and our esteemed establishment media immediately shifted into sputtering outrage mode. But when CNN’s Ana Navarro publicly described Trump as an “animal,” she faced no professional consequences whatsoever. Quite the opposite, in fact.

Alleged members of the MS13 and 18 gang board a police vehicle after being presented to the press in San Salvador on February 26, 2016. Members of the national civil police and the armed forces captured 240 dangerous gang members accused of homicide and extortion in the last three days …

Journalists Admit Trump Called MS-13 ‘Animals,’ Still Cry Racism

Left-wing journalists conceded on Thursday that President Donald Trump had referred to MS-13, not immigrants in general, as “animals,” but still argued that Trump was racist — or that he was to blame for their own failures to provide accurate context.

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Veteran Exec Suzanne Scott Becomes Fox News’ First Female CEO

Fox News has named Suzanne Scott as its new chief executive officer. She’s been with Fox since the cable news network started in 1996, and has most recently been co-president of Fox News following the exit of founding CEO Roger Ailes.

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Israeli TV Crew Attacked in Turkey

A pair of Israeli journalists were attacked in Istanbul on Wednesday amid the sharp deterioration in ties between Turkey and Israel over clashes on the Gaza border and the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem.

Fox News announced Monday that one of its co-presidents, Bill Shine, has left the network. File Photo by by Mike Theiler/UPI

Fox News Pays $10 Million to Settle Discrimination Lawsuits

Fox News reached an agreement Tuesday to settle a series of discriminations lawsuits brought by 18 former and current employees of the news network. 21st Century Fox, the parent company of Fox News, agreed to pay nearly $10 million.