Ainsley Earhardt Previews Exclusive Donald Trump Interview….

Fox Morning host Ainsley Earhardt appeared on Sean Hannity’s show to preview the exclusive Donald Trump interview set to air tomorrow morning:

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62 Responses to Ainsley Earhardt Previews Exclusive Donald Trump Interview….

    • guitar107 says:

      Agreed! Major score for Aiensly. Bigly!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Great interview there.

      If the rest of the corrupt Press wants war against Trump
      and we the people then that is what they will have.
      They will lose what little credibility they have left.

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    • RG says:

      I heard someone call Ainsley a “lightweight” when discussing her interview with Trump. HaHaHa LOL. She did a fabulous job and she needs to be in Greta’s old timeslot on Fox News. She reminded me of the old Megan Kelly who lost her way and has strayed into darkness.

      Ainsley is a breath of fresh air. She will be on my list of Fox folks to watch. I just ask her to remain fresh and maintain her dignity throughout her career. I also warn her about this: don’t listen to the make-up artists who can corrupt a person in a nanosecond and don’t take money to advance anyone’s cause, you know, like Clintooooon money.

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  1. Fe says:

    Keep tweeting President Trump. We looove it ❀

    Liked by 14 people

    • SteveInCO says:

      He’s made an offer: He’ll stop tweeting if the media will be honest.

      I don’t expect he’ll be stopping any time soon.

      Liked by 19 people

      • Fe says:

        Nope, me either. He’s smart to bypass the dishonest fake news Cabal.

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        • What Trump should do is create his own media empire, or simply eliminate all corporate mainstream media press and allow the “little guy” access to the White House and his personnel. That would go a long way in getting the truth out there and provide a great opportunity for those entrepreneur reporters to grow.

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          • Trumppin says:

            As much as we would all love that the left would scream fascist dictator all day long and never stop. But what I suspect Trump will do is make a move to break up corporate media and make to also make opportunities (wh press rm) for alternative media to be on the national stage. subtle moves but with huge impact on the future of future media.

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          • Agreed. Even a new channel would be sufficient. Maybe someone honest will buy CNN and fire them all and start a new channel. Or start one on a new network all together. We really need to have news that is not mind programming and brainwashing. Just the news. Some shows are okay, but we really need the News. And by “news” I don’t mean a panel of so-called experts discussing and interpreting the news. Just the news. Then if they want have those panels on SHOWS for those that like to watch discussions. But not have them on the news itself.

            Like the weather. Just the NEWS. Keep the news separate from the panels all together.

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        • paper doll says:

          Indeed. I is essential he does so. They would love to cut him off from his power base…us.

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  2. anarchist335 says:

    Ainsley Earhardt appears to me as a bit of a light weight.

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    • Martin says:

      Yep, but that’s FNC for you. They’re being very deceptive and it’s really starting to irk me. I’m sure Trump is aware of this and will keep them at a distance no matter what scoop they’ll try to get out of him (using this lady to come interview him for example).

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      • RG says:

        Just last night I had to turn OFF Hannity. He keeps showing long segments of MSNBC and if I wanted to see them, I would watch them. The broadcast crap and last night one of the items was AL Sharptooon. So, I exercised my freedom and turned it OFF.

        I don’t need Hannity or any other TV opinion entity to tell me that the liberal nation is acting like evil bullies and they need to stop and admit that Hillary was a bad candidate. The number of people who showed up at her rallies, such as they were, was a sign! She created her own demise and any follower of Saul Alinsky is not suited for the President of the USA.

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      • Roy says:

        Your not going to get a perfect world Martin. Fox is a commercial establishment and doing very well and generally conservative. Much better than any of the others. Count our blessings rather than complain.

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      • The more enlightened a person becomes, the more they recoil from feeding on the slop in the media. It almost feels like sitting through hours of commercials, well, there’s those too, but the shows themselves feel like commercials. Why? Because they are selling you something. PROPAGANDA and brainwashing and programming a narrative they want you to believe.

        At some point a person realizes the shoes are just TOO SMALL and so they turn the TV OFF.

        Same with the radio clowns like Leviathan. People on the road to enlightenment simply cannot listen to an angry man yelling alone into a mic for an hour. At some point you realize they are all like junk food. Which reminds me, those who don’t eat junk food don’t crave nor like junk food.

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    • happy2h says:

      Ainsley is a welcomed sight on a rainy day. Full of positive energy and spirit. I’m sure she wrote a wonderfully animated children’s book.

      Not an ideal conduit for our president and this monumental moment in history, but it’s the President’s message 100%. President Trump is loyal and appreciated the platform on Fox and Friends. At least it wasn’t Killmeade.

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      • anarchist335 says:

        Yeah, you are right. I am not a big fan of Killmeade either. I believe I am a bit of a sexist, truth be told. I try not to be, but I see clips of crap like The View and I very easily fall into a sexist mode. C’est la vie…

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        • happy2h says:

          I didn’t interpret your comment as the least bit sexist, but kudos for your honest reflection. I’m sure you have a high degree of respect for Sharyl Attkisson.

          For me, it was never an option. When the woman who brought me into the world was stronger and smarter then I’ll ever be.

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        • Kevin Sherlock says:

          Killweed was whining that Mr. TRump is the most confrontational president coming in since Andrew Jackson.

          So what?

          Jackson didn’t suffer fools either.

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        • I am a woman and I can’t stand THE VIEW. It is actually unwatchable for me. A bunch of bitter hateful women and all they do is gossip and spew illogical girlie babble. A good thing they can cook because I see no other use for them πŸ™‚

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      • Diane says:

        She interrupts Steve and Brian way too much. She is a newcomer and should not be interrupting her co-workers. She acts like she is smarter than them and it is irking me to no end and some days I have to just turn her off.

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          Tune into FBN; opposite Fox N Friends is the money honey Maria B….along with a team of generally pro Trump people.

          Much more informative and enjoyable; FNF is mindless blather…not much better than Matt Lauer and his couch potatoes.

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          • Maria Bartiromo is awesome and smart. I like to listen to her as well. She “got Trump” from the beginning. Quite a beautiful woman too.

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          • RG says:

            I have come to believe that those who give us the news/opinion shows in the morning time are so detached from the America that deplorables live in, that is doesn’t matter what they have to say. They appear to have lived life in an arena that most Americans don’t.

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        • Martin says:

          Sounds like another “Megyn Kelly”…..

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      • amwick says:

        I tried to not like Ainsley, but she seems nice. Genuinely nice. If that is her major selling point, if that’s all we get, I guess I can take it.

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        • deborah foster says:

          I believe Ainsley to be a truly genuine and nice person. I think she is awed by her new job. She is unafraid to be a Christian and profess it.
          She is not a Megyn Kelly by any stretch. Bitchiness is not how she comes off!

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          • amwick says:

            Yes!! I was just annoyed about the pretty, perky blonde thing… but I shut my eyes and listened… well, she is nice. $.02 πŸ™‚

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          • O that explains the “clean” impression I got from Ainsley. It’s God inside her. I really like her. Her light shines through. Saw it. I immediately saw the difference between her and the witches that usually do interviews in the media like Megyn has a darkness veil thing going on, like grey, no light, not born again, spirit not quickened.

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Ainsley isn’t a phony baloney lot me Martha Macallum. This is her 2nd major interview with PE Trump. She already has done a huge interview with Melania.

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    • RG says:

      I’m laughing really hard at your remark about Ainsley.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. furtive says:

    It begins: Roger Stone was poisoned, claims it is Romney Dan Senor operation

    And PBS AMERICAN EXPERIENCE re-broadcasts 2009 “The assassination of Abraham Lincoln”

    Who has the power to plan such a timely rebroadcast? The cia black hats, that’s who….

    http://www.infowars.com/exclusive-trump-operative-roger-stone-survives-assassination-attempt/

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    • deborah foster says:

      I haven’t totally bought, but am leaning toward believing Stone. He obviously had something happen to his health that was very profound. He really looks sick and his eyes are very messed up. He looks very weak.
      I keep remembering Andrew Breitbart and what happened to him.

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      • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

        I like Stone and he’s either a pal or confidant of Trump’s. So glad he survived what was apparently radioactive poisoning, and how clever of the Deep State to use a Russian assassination method maybe to point the finger again at Russia? No one with a brain believes that. Also, anyone who watched that video of Breitbart taking the battle straight to the protesters (who couldn’t say what they were protesting) can very easily believe he was murdered and why. But he’s Obi-Wan now, isn’t he?

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  4. Abster says:

    I sure hope PETrump knows how many of us still support him, look forward to his presidency and pray for him, his family, transition team and new administration. God bless us all.

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  5. kittymyers says:

    Michael Goodwin says: “Don’t believe the tweets β€” Trump is one cool customer”

    http://nypost.com/2017/01/17/dont-believe-the-tweets-trump-is-one-cool-customer/

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    • Tonawanda says:

      I like Goodwin, but he was clueless during the campaign and this column shows him to be clueless still. His breathless “revelations” about Trump’s steadiness and serenity were obvious to us a year and a half ago and confirmed every day.

      People like Goodwin made up their minds about Trump early and never bothered to actually be objective about the man. His disparaging attitude toward Trump was wishful thinking based on cultural and political bias (and, as always, jealousy that Trump was succeeding and succeeded where no one else could and without the advice – – against the advice – – of grand poobahs like Goodwin).

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      • We have more spiritual insight than Goodwin πŸ™‚ Sometimes jealousy blocks common sense as well. But you’re right, we knew who Trump was when we heard him speak. This could be because he was speaking to us, and speaking for us, therefore we did not have fear, i.e., “jealousy” which is really an emotion or spirit rooted in fear. This Goodman character obviously is not one of us or he would’ve understood Trump from the beginning.

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        • Tonawanda says:

          “This Goodman character obviously is not one of us or he would’ve understood Trump from the beginning.”

          As I said, I actually like him but he got Trump all wrong until this column. If he told me personally what he said in the column I would be like the kids and respond: Well, duuhhhhhh …….

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  6. rsg says:

    Earhardt is a typical lib blonde bimbo in “the media”, constantly worried that Trump will “separate families” by enforcing immigration law.
    Go “f” yourself honey.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      wow…is that type of talk really necessary ?

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    • The funny thing about people using the word “bimbo” is that it is an Italian word and it means BABY BOY. For a woman it is “bimba” means baby girl and also used as a derogatory slang for women. Just makes me chuckle when I hear people calling women little boys πŸ™‚

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      • BIMBO: “The word bimbo derives itself from the Italian bimbo, a masculine-gender term that means “(male) baby” or “young (male) child” (the feminine form of the Italian word is bimba). Use of this term began in the United States as early as 1919, and was a slang word used to describe an unintelligent or brutish man.”

        Common birth notice “it’s a boy” i.e, “bimbo”


        It’s a girl (birth notice), i.e., “bimba”

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    • deborah foster says:

      Cut it out. Ainsley is not a lib. I am a woman and I believe there are women who trash Ainsley because she is very pretty. She is also good hearted. So please, refrain from using dirty mouth language.

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      • RG says:

        Well, being blond and beautiful puts a smart girl at risk. She appears to be genuine in her heart and that’s great for America. Not all blond women are dumb but our society is awash with dumb blond jokes…I think that goes be to the Marilyn Monroe era.

        As a dark haired young girl, I learned quickly that “blonds do have more fun.” However, I never let that stop me from having fun too.

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  7. judyw says:

    On the day President Trump is inaugurated, thousands of writers in the United States will express their indignation. “In order for us to heal and move forward,” say Writers Resist, “we wish to bypass direct political discourse, in favor of an inspired focus on the future, and how we, as writers, can be a unifying force for the protection of democracy.”

    They continue, “We urge local organizers and speakers to avoid using the names of politicians or adopting ‘anti’ language as the focus for their Writers Resist event. It’s important to ensure that nonprofit organizations, which are prohibited from political campaigning, will feel confident participating in and sponsoring these events.”

    Thus, real protest is to be avoided, for it is not tax exempt.

    Compare such drivel with the declarations of the Congress of American Writers, held at Carnegie Hall, New York, in 1935, and again two years later. They were electric events, with writers discussing how they could confront ominous events in Abyssinia, China and Spain. Telegrams from Thomas Mann, Cecil Day-Lewis, Upton Sinclair and Albert Einstein were read out, reflecting the fear that great power was now rampant and that it had become impossible to discuss art and literature without politics or, indeed, direct political action.

    While they “heal” and “move forward,” will the Writers Resist campaigners and other anti-Trumpists reflect upon this? More to the point: when will a genuine movement of opposition arise β€” angry, eloquent, all-for-one-and-one-for all. Until real politics return to people’s lives, the enemy is not Trump, it is ourselves.

    Read More:
    http://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/The-Issue-Is-Not-Trump-Its-Us-20170116-0025.html

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    • velvetfoot says:

      Umm…this might not be the forum for you.

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    • If they are writers, they are not very good. The job of a good writer is to communicate, not create verbose long winded paragraphs of word blocks. I couldn’t even understand what they were trying to say, except look at us we can put a bunch of words together. What exactly are they trying to say?

      Perplexed in the Alps. LOOOOOOOOOOOL! Gave a like for effort πŸ™‚

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      • judyw says:

        Sorry, I could have initially framed that post with a comment first. I thought John Pilger did an excellent interview with Julian Assange at the Embassy in November just before the election so I was interested to read “The issue is not Trump….” This is really long article but it is nice to see a journalist call out those writers whose main purpose now seems to just be an obsession of gathering together people who are “anti-Trump” rather than looking for genuine discourse on issues that matter.

        What caught my attention was Pilger’s critique of this group, Writers Resist. He called their writing “drivel” and suggested their collective silence during the Obama era of rapacious power, expanded military bombing and death squads (“special operations”) and the “market” extremism which, under his presidency, prompted the transfer of US$14 trillion in public money to criminal enterprises in Wall Street was evidence they colluded with his deceptions and co-option and disorientation of any real opposition.

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  8. velvetfoot says:

    Full interview:

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  9. I don’t watch TV but Ainsley is pleasant, she seems like a lovely woman and fair and gracious in her interview with Trump. She’s clean and she’s got heart and her enthusiasm is refreshing. She did a great interview. She’s not the typical MSM female nazi like Megyn or some of the other insufferable witches with an ax to grind.

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  10. lbmomblog says:

    Fox News seems to be pushing Ainsley on us a little too much for my taste. All of a sudden she is being put in all kinds of light. Noticed even behind her on fox new in morning they seem to have some new backdrop specifically behind her. Don’t push…it just comes off faky.

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