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President Trump recently sat down with Fox News host Sean Hannity for an exclusive interview that touched on subjects from DeSantis to Ukraine and everything in between.

The interview, which aired on Monday night signaled a slight “warming trend” in the very frosty relationship between Trump and Fox News.

Here are some highlights from the interview.

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Trump on the war in Ukraine: “It has to stop now.”

When asked what he missed most about living in the White House, President Trump said “The ability to bring world peace.”

And who can forget when the German UN delegates laughed at President Trump when he correctly predicted their country would be fully dependent on Russian energy.

“They not laughing anymore” Trump said.

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No, they’re way too cold to laugh.

However, any fence mending that may have resulted from Trump’s interview with Hannity was probably quickly erased after Fox News trotted out establisment poster boy Jason Chaffetz to bash the former president’s performance.

Here’s what Jason said:

“I thought Sean Hannity did a good job. But I watched that and I thought, where is Donald Trump? I voted for Donald Trump twice. I have defended him countless times. I thought he was horrific,” Chaffetz said. “I think that was the worst interview I’ve seen the president do. He was whining. He was complaining. He played the victim card. Time and time again. And then after that, he complained that, you know, somebody he had endorsed was now running against him. And I — I thought he was absolutely horrific. He’s the former president of the United States. Act like it. He didn’t in that interview.”

In addition, Steve Doocey, who soured on the former president quite some time ago, reacted to Trump’s claim that he wouldn’t have bailed out SVB, and called it “disturbing.”

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Fox News hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade debated over Donald Trump’s revelation that he wouldn’t have supported the government’s intervention after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.

Doocy and Kilmeade were co-hosting Fox & Friends on Tuesday as they reacted to Trump’s interview the previous night with Sean Hannity. Amid Trump’s attacks on his political foes and defenses of his conduct, the former president blamed SVB’s implosion on high-interest rates while saying, “I wouldn’t have supported the bailout.”

While there has been a public debate about whether this was a bailout in the usual sense, Doocy called it “disturbing” to hear Trump wouldn’t have backed it.

It appears as if Fox News has picked their 2024 candidate, and it’s definitely not President Trump.

You can watch the entire interview from start-to-finish below.

This is part 1 of the exclusive interview with Sean Hannity:

This is part 2 of the exclusive interview:

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Cleary, this is not Roger Ailes’ Fox News anymore. It will be interesting to see how President Trump handles this tense relationship going forward.


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