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After Trump said that "innocent people" are being "horribly victimized" by immigrants who commit crimes, Smith quickly added perspective. "A fine speech that vastly exceeded the ridiculously low expectations created by the media", said Rich Lowry, editor of conservative mainstay National Review , which has been oft-critical of the president. He did not mention the caravan that was coming to get us three months ago.

"Hannity" picked up a whopping 7.1 million total viewers and 1.6 million in the 25-demo, marking it the show's highest-rated telecast in both categories since its return to the 9 p.m. timeslot in September 2017.

Wallace, prior to her journalism career, served as White House communications director during the George W. Bush administration.

The evening was a win for Fox News all around, as the network averaged 4.8 million viewers during the primetime hours of 8-11 p.m., while MSNBC averaged 3.4 million and CNN averaged 2.6 million. "But he does want us to believe there is a crisis at the border beside the one he created". But the New York Democrat said the "symbol of America should be the Statue of Liberty, not a 30-foot wall".

Trump's narrative about the southern border "really is fiction". These recent television appearances have sparked debate about whether networks should air Trump's remarks in real-time. "But that was a bipartisan announcement, and this is an overtly political move by the White House".

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Seth Meyers, the host of "Late Night" on NBC, took a position about this on his show Monday night.

In the past, Trump's talks to the nation have been carefully scrutinized for false information.

A Trump 2020 campaign official said: "Net win".

Not even Fox News was having Donald Trump's lies about border security following his prime time address on Tuesday night. The two Democrats were also stymied by peculiar production decisions; hemmed in side-by-side behind a narrow podium in the U.S. Capitol building, the two veteran politicians looked like a Grant Wood painting come to life, "American Gothic" wrapped up in the stars and stripes.

As of Tuesday morning, all the major cable and broadcast networks have confirmed that they will carry the Democratic speech.