3 of the most combative moments from Trump's interview with Chris Wallace

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 20, 2020

President Trump sat down for a one-on-one interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace that aired Sunday morning, and the commander-in-chief was on the defensive throughout, calling Wallace "fake news" after the two used debated the USA coronavirus mortality rate.

WALLACE: "Are you suggesting that you might not accept the results?"

At one point, Trump repeated his argument that military bases honoring Confederate soldiers shouldn't be renamed, and when Wallace pointed out that the military itself is in favor of it, Trump replied that he "doesn't care what the military says".

In a video clip released Friday by Fox News, "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace previewed his interview with President Donald Trump, in which he fact-checked Trump in real time by questioning his assertion that Joe Biden wants to "abolish" the police.

In the interview, Trump accused Democrats of running major cities "poorly", and then went on to repeat his campaign's lie that the former VP and presumptive Democratic Party nominee for president wants to rid the country of police.

"I have to see", Trump cried defensively.

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