Fox News cuts off Trump campaign press conference mid-speech

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"I want to make sure they have something to back this up but that's an explosive charge to make, that the other side is effectively rigging and cheating, if she does bring proof of that will bring you back", Cavuto continued.

Fox News' cutaway today comes after three major U.S. networks cut away from Trump's first speech after the election last week.

Yesterday, a White House official claimed that there were credible allegations of fraud in the key state of Wisconsin that could change the outcome in Trump's favor. Because of that, when she was asked about the president's transition out of office, she referred her interviewers back to the White House.

Earlier in the week, Fox News cut away from White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany while she was making baseless claims about voter fraud. By deliberately not answering any questions from her position as a government official, McEnany skirted violating the Hatch Act.

Rather, he described it as "unfortunate, problematic and bad for the country" because she was disputing "clear election results on behalf of a campaign that is over".

McEnany responded to her critics by tweeting from her personal account. "You'll be hearing from him at the right moment".

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When told it would look sad if he did not attend the inauguration on January 20, McEnany said, "I think the president will attend his own inauguration".

Kayleigh McEnany accused reporters of trying to deprive her of her First Amendment rights as she continues to blur the lines between her job as White House press secretary and Trump campaign operative. Her salary as press secretary comes from American taxpayers.

Trump campaign has released the affidavit of 234 pages and submitted it to the federal court in MI.

"You have people out there calling for recounts that unsubstantiated, based on no evidence", she said. She said that's particularly the case for someone who oversees messaging from the White House.

House secretary added that the harassment practices against poll workers were very shocking to her.

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