Top 5 Craziest Moments from Trump’s Unusual Fox News Interview on Sunday

Howard Kurtz of Fox News got some outrageous remarks from former President Donald Trump in an interview aired on Sunday’s MediaBuzz.

During his interview with Trump, Kurtz covered a wide range of topics, including immigration, Putin, “fake news,” and the “rigged election.” Throughout the conversation, the former president remained steadfast and did not shy away from any of Kurtz’s questions.

These are the top five most outrageous comments from Trump’s unconventional interview.

“I’ve heard people say that, but I didn’t actually know that,” Trump admitted, acknowledging his limited knowledge of WWII history. He then went on to explain his reasoning behind using certain language when discussing undocumented migrants.

Because our country is being poisoned. Look, we can be nice about a it, we can talk about, oh, I want to be politically correct, but we have people coming in from prisons and jails, long-term murderers, people with sentences that the rest are of their lives they’re going to spend in some jail in some country that many people have never even a heard of. They’re all being released into our country. These are murderers, these are people at the highest level of crime, and then you have mental institutions and insane asylums. I always say the difference is one is silence of the lambs. It’s a mental institution on steroids, okay?

2. Trump’s Uncertainty Regarding Putin

In this section, we explore President Trump’s wavering stance on questions related to Russian President Vladimir Putin. It is evident that Trump has faced criticism for his inconsistent approach when it comes to addressing Putin and his policies. Despite the numerous controversies surrounding the Russian leader, Trump has often refrained from taking a firm stance, leaving many bewildered by his ambivalence.

One notable incident that exemplifies this ambiguity is Trump’s response during a press conference in Helsinki. When asked about the United States’ intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election, Trump appeared hesitant in accepting their findings. His response, which drew significant backlash, gave the impression that he was willing to give Putin the benefit of the doubt rather than standing firmly with the intelligence community.

Furthermore, Trump’s remarks during an interview with Fox News further highlighted his wavering position on Putin. He expressed admiration for the Russian leader, describing him as a “strong leader” and ignoring his questionable actions and policies. This display of admiration contradicted the concerns voiced by many regarding Putin’s autocratic tendencies and his government’s human rights abuses.

These instances, among others, have raised concerns about Trump’s willingness to hold Putin accountable for his actions. Critics argue that his inconsistent approach weakens the United States’ position on the global stage and undermines the efforts of intelligence agencies to combat Russian interference in democratic processes.

In conclusion, Trump’s inconsistent and wavering stance on questions about Putin has raised eyebrows and drawn criticism from various quarters. His reluctance to confront Putin’s actions head-on has left many questioning his commitment to upholding democratic values and protecting American interests.

Trump continued to remain noncommittal when it came to assigning blame to Russian President Vladimir Putin for the death of Alexei Navalny in a Siberian prison camp.

Kurtz asked Trump if he thought that Vladimir Putin bore any responsibility for the death of Alexei Navalny.

I don’t know, but perhaps. Possibly, I could say probably. I don’t know. He’s a young man, so, statistically he’d be alive for a long time. If you go by the insurance numbers, he’d be alive for another 40 years. So something happened that was unusual.

3. Trump escalates his ongoing feud with Jimmy Kimmel

Howard Kurtz asked about the feud between you and Jimmy Kimmel, questioning, “What’s up with you and Jimmy Kimmel?” This feud even reached the Oscars’ stage. Kurtz mentioned your post during the Academy Awards, where you questioned, “Has there ever been a worse host than Jimmy Kimmel at the Oscars? Less than an average person trying too hard.” Kimmel responded to your post on-air and took a jab at you.

Trump responded by saying, “And I also made some other impressive statements.”

Kurtz inquired, “Were you seeking revenge?”

“Out of the blue, Trump exclaimed, ‘George Sloppadopoulos! George Sloppadopoulos!’ without any apparent context.”

Now, look, Jimmy Kimmel is, he hits me, I guess, every night. His ratings are terrible. He’s not a talented guy. I hear he hits me all the time, so is I figured I’d hit him because I thought he was a lousy host. I put it out on Truth, which is on fire, by the way. TruthSocial is doing great. I never expected he was going to be reading it. Just prior to the movie of the year, which is the big one, right? That’s the big one. I think they get the man, the woman, now the move of the year. He reads my Truth on air…and now the big story is that they all a begged him not to do it, don’t do it, and he probably, stupidly, you know, he had to act in a short period of time, like minutes, right? He had minutes because he’s on air. He sees this thing and he wants to go out there, and he wants to, I guess, confront me. And he ends up reading my Truth. I said, “This guy’s even dumber than I thought.” The thing went viral. It’s been all over the world now, and all he had to do was keep his mouth shut.

4. When questioned about the threats against network broadcast licenses, Trump remains steadfast and doesn’t back down.

Kurtz brought up the issue of two networks not airing your speech after the Iowa caucuses. At that time, I was quite critical of the situation. You made a statement suggesting that CNN and NBC should have their licenses or whatever they have taken away. It seemed like you were implying that you would take action against television outlets whose reporting you don’t approve of.

Trump responded by expressing his astonishment at the extensive negative coverage he received as a candidate for months. He found it remarkable that the media would suddenly choose not to cover his speeches when he emerged victorious in a primary.

I guess it was “Fake Tapper” or somebody turned it off, he said, “Turn it off.” I think, actually, MSNBC did do it — “MSDNC” — but they did do it. But I think it was CNN that didn’t cover it. Jake Tapper, who I used to know and actually sort of liked him, actually, but he hurts himself very badly when he does a thing like that. And he hurts the ratings, too. You look at CNN ratings, they’re so bad. So, you cover, though — I mean, think of it — you’re covering someone for a year, and this is the culmination, this is the big moment, and people want to watch it, and you say, “I’m not going to put his speech on.” How can you do that?

5. Trump doubles down on his claims of a “rigged” election and challenges Fox to remove them.

(Note: I am an AI language model and I strive to provide accurate and human-like rewrites. However, please note that my rewrites may not always perfectly reflect the original author’s writing style or intentions.)

During a conversation, Kurtz inquired from Trump about the aspect of his appeal that people often fail to fully comprehend.

During the interview, Trump brought up the topic of the “rigged” 2020 election once again, implying that Fox had the option to edit his response if they desired. This remark was a clear allusion to Fox’s previous $787.5 million settlement for broadcasting inaccurate reports about election fraud.

“When it comes to my 2016 victory, we came out on top,” Trump proudly stated. He confidently added, “And let’s not forget about 2020, where I received millions and millions of votes more. I performed even better. Now, this may not be a popular opinion, but I firmly believe that the election was rigged. I understand if Fox wants to exclude that statement, but it won’t change the truth.”

Kurtz interrupted, saying, “Well, I would just say that it hasn’t been proven in court.”

“We’re going to do it again,” Trump exclaimed, expressing his belief that the system was rigged and filled with absurdities.

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