Fox News host Brian Kilmeade clashed on Friday with Trump campaign press secretary Hogan Gidley over the validity of polls conducted by Fox News.
As The Hill reports:
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade on Friday sparred with Trump campaign press secretary Hogan Gidley for suggesting a recent Fox News poll was “fake.”
The exchange came the same week that a Fox News survey found President Trump trailing presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in key battleground states, with the former vice president holding a 9-point lead in Michigan and an 11-point lead in Pennsylvania — two states Trump won in 2016.
“You touched on some polls. Most of those are fake,” Gidley said Friday on “Fox & Friends.” “They oversample Democrats.”
Kilmeade later rebuked Gidley, saying: “I know the people that do the polls. They don’t do it fake. They do a really good job.”
In which Hogan Gidley calls Fox News polls fake and Brian Kilmeade defends them and a lovers’ spat ensues on Fox & Friends pic.twitter.com/UwwBo2iJgG
— Jesse Damiani (@JesseDamiani) July 24, 2020
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