Trump Rips 'Politically Correct' Fox News As No 'Big Deal' For 2020 Election

Mary Papenfuss
·2 min read

Donald Trump and Fox News may have been thick as thieves last election, but not this time around, the president grumbled on Twitter.

On Friday, he criticized the right-wing news operation as “politically correct” and said it’s “no longer the big deal” in the upcoming election.

But the biggest difference in 2020, according to Trump, is that his previous rival Hillary Clinton “was much smarter and sharper than Slow Joe,” sharing a new nickname for presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

And there’s even more “ENTHUSIASM” now, Trump insisted.

Twitter critics came up with a few other campaign differences — and had some ideas about “smart” candidates and campaign “enthusiasm.”

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.