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Why is the mainstream media afraid of hearing someone speak the truth?

Buck Sexton
NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 17: White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus is interviewed on 'Fox And Friends', seen on a monitor outside of the Fox News studios, on February 17, 2017 in New York City. President Trump, a frequent consumer and critic of cable news, recently tweeted that Fox and Friends is 'great'. Behind the monitor is an advertisement for Fox News personality Bill O'Reilly. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Buck Sexton talks about Reince Priebus, The White Houses Chief of Staff, being on "Fox News" and being asked about Trump's tweet calling the press "the enemy." Priebus described the president's tweets saying that there are certain things going on in the country that just aren't honest.

Buck explains how mainstream media will bring complete "clowns" on and treat them worthwhile like they have a lot to say and they're Democrats. He states when it's someone like him, they're always marginalized, and the press pretends as if they have a voice who gets a fair shake but it's not the case. He provides how it's very clear who the opposition is and how the media is in the opposition and why speaking the truth is so terrifying to these people.

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