Fox News, Tucker Carlson finish historic October with largest primetime audience in cable news history
To say Republicans are energized by President Donald Trump would be the height of understatement. He generates massive crowds of supporters wherever he appears. But if American voters only watched the far left alphabet networks, they would be inundated with antipathy toward the 45th president. Fortunately, they have Tucker Carlson. Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and other Fox conservatives also give voice to his message.
As the votes were tallied on November 8, 2016, his historic surge confounded his detractors, as he received the votes of more than 62 million Americans, the most ever for a Republican candidate.
Trump was elected president in the largest Electoral College landslide for a Republican in 28 years, winning more than 2,600 counties nationwide, the most since President Ronald Reagan in 1984. Trump carried 306 Electoral College votes to Hillary’s 232 — with 270 needed to win.
Most importantly, since taking office, he has delivered unprecedented results, passing record-setting tax cuts and regulation cuts, achieving energy independence, replacing NAFTA with the United-States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, investing $2 trillion to completely rebuild our Military. Pres. Trump has launched the Space Force, obliterated the ISIS Caliphate, and achieved an often promised but never previously accomplished breakthrough for peace in the Middle East. He passed the most significant Veterans Affairs reforms in half a century, nominated and has seen confirmed nearly 400 federal judges, including 3 U.S. Supreme Court Justices, signed bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform, lowered drug prices, protected Medicare and Social Security, and secured our nation’s border.
Fox News Channel attracted 15.4 million viewers during Thursday’s final presidential debate between President Trump and Democrat nominee Joe Biden, a larger audience than all broadcast and cable news competitors.
President Trump’s 2016 remarkable victory as he obliterated the “shoo-in” Hillary Clinton, also highlighted the lack of influence of print media, as newspapers across the nation endorsed scandal-plagued Clinton.
President Trump is returning to Arizona today, with rallies at Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport at noon and the Phoenix Goodyear Airport, scheduled for 2:30. Supporters have lined up days in advance, according to Fox10 Phoenix News reporter Ty Brennan.