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Today on Fox News, May 1

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On Fox News:

Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: Special guests include: Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren; Tammy Bruce, president of Independent Women’s Voice; Megan Meany shares the best Mother’s Day deals.

Your World with Neil Cavuto, 4 p.m. ET: Special guests include: U.S. Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., and meber of the Senate Judiciary Committee, on Attorney General William Barr’s hearing. Vanessa Neumann, official representative of Interim President Juan Guaidó to the United Kingdom on the violent uprisings in Venezuela.

Hannity, 9 p.m. ET: U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., on Attorney General Barr’s testimony before the Senate.

On Fox Business:

Mornings with Maria, 6 a.m. ET: Wilbur Ross, U.S. Secretary of Commerce.

Varney & Co., 9 a.m. ET: U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla.

On Fox News Radio:

The Fox News Rundown podcast: “Religious Hate Crimes on the Rise ” – On the same day a man accused of killing one person at a synagogue in Poway, Calif. was arraigned, the Anti-Defamation League released a report stating that anti-Semitic attacks have doubled in recent years.  Jonathan Greenblatt, president of the ADL, weighs in. Seeking votes from the American  middle class has been a popular theme in past presidential elections, but who exactly is the middle class? Richard Reeves, senior fellow at the Brookings Institute and Josh Kraushaar, Fox News Radio political analyst, give their take. Plus, commentary by Juan Williams, co-host of “The Five.”

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The Brian Kilmeade Show, 9 a.m. ET: The Mueller report, Trump’s lawsuits, the battle over infrastructure, Attorney General Barr’s hearing and the crisis in Venezuela will be the leading topics of discussion among the following guests: U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos; Allen West, former U.S. congressman from Florida; former House Speaker Newt Gingrich; Mitchell Zuckoff, author of “Fall and Rise: The Story of 9/11”; Angela Stent, nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and co-chair of the Hewett Forum on post-Soviet affairs.

The Todd Starnes Show, Noon ET: U.S. Todd speaks to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich about Venezuela, the 2020 election and his new book, “Collusion.”

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Fox News Channel is number one basic cable network in April; CNN ratings plummet

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Fox News Channel dominated basic cable for the month of April, beating news, sports, and entertainment networks in total day and primetime viewers, while rival news channel CNN continued to shed its audience.

According to Nielsen Media Research, FNC garnered 2.4 million viewers in primetime and finished first among all basic cable stations for the third month in a row, and 1.4 million viewers in total day to top basic cable for the 34th consecutive month.

For the 208th month in a row, FNC also beat CNN and MSNBC across both categories, while CNN marked its lowest-rated month in total day viewers since October 2015, and since August 2015 in the key demographic of viewers age 25-54.

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Hannity” finished the month of April as the highest-rated cable news program in total viewers while “Tucker Carlson Tonight” ranked number two, both outpacing MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow in key categories.

Both “Tucker Carlson Tonight” (8 p.m.) and “Hannity” (9 p.m.) also beat the NBA Playoffs airing on ESPN and TNT and wrestling’s “Monday Night Raw” airing on USA Network in total viewers.

Additionally, FNC’s regularly scheduled programming beat out CNN’s five-hour town hall event on April 22, bringing in 2.3 million viewers and 380,000 in the 25-54 age demo while CNN came in last in total viewers with 1.2 million and 371,00 in the demo for the night.

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FNC averaged 2.4 million in primetime, beating CNN’s 767,000 and MSNBC’s 1,660,000 total viewers. For the 25-54 demo, FNC brought in 389,000, topping CNN’s 198,000 and MSNBC’s 255,000.

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New York Times issues correction for op-ed calling Jesus ‘Palestinian,’ not Jewish

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The New York Times, which apologized yesterday for running “anti-Semitic propaganda” against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Trump, issued a correction about an article alleging Jesus was Palestinian and not Jewish.

The op-ed, titled “As a Black Child in Los Angeles, I Couldn’t Understand Why Jesus Had Blue Eyes,” read: “Jesus, born in Bethlehem, was most likely a Palestinian man with dark skin.” The New York Times issued the correction one week after it ran the story and received a barrage of criticism.

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“Because of an editing error, an article last Saturday referred incorrectly to Jesus’s background,” the Times wrote. “While he lived in an area that later came to be known as Palestine, Jesus was a Jew who was born in Bethlehem.”

It was changed to: “But Jesus, a Jew born in Bethlehem, presumably had the complexion of a Middle Eastern man.”

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The New York Times issued a correction for an op-ed that pushed the notion Jesus was Palestinian and not Jewish, in the midst of apologizing for publishing anti-Semitic cartoons. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate and director of Global Social Action Agenda at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, accused the NYT of “fake news” and said they are trying to “rewrite” history.

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Then on Sunday, the Times said it was deeply sorry for publishing an anti-Semitic cartoon depicting Netanyahu as a dog on a leash held by a blind Trump. The paper blamed the error on a “single editor” and promised “significant changes” in its decision-making process in the wake of the embarrassment.

Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, called the image “anti-Semitic propaganda of the most vile sort.”

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“It’s propaganda, pure and simple,” Greenblatt told “America’s Newsroom” Monday. “It looked like it was lifted from Der Stermer or something that would be printed in the Islamic Republic of Iran. It doesn’t belong in any mainstream American publication. Certainly not the New York Times.”

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He added: “The man who murdered Lori Kaye in San Diego County on Saturday, he was influenced, we know from his manifesto, by this idea of Jewish control, Jewish manipulation, exactly the kind of image that the New York Times printed just a few hours earlier.”

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Joy Behar says Trump is ‘the culprit’ in wake of synagogue shooting, as other media points finger at president

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Anti-Trump TV host Joy Behar has shockingly referred to the president as “the culprit” behind the deadly California synagogue shooting.

During Monday’s “The View“, the panel discussed the shooting at the Chabad of Poway synagogue on Saturday as worshipers were celebrating the last day of Passover, killing a woman and injuring three others.

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“I want to say something about Trump. Last week Biden introduced a video where he brought up Charlottesville. We all saw that. It was very well done. It reminded me we’re losing the soul of America,” Behar said, referencing the show’s recent interview with former Vice President Joe Biden.

Take responsibility for your actions. Mr. President, you are the culprit.

— Joy Behar

“The next day Donald Trump defends Charlottesville once again. Says that these people were historians they were more interested in Robert E. Lee then the fact that they were saying ‘Jews will not replace us,’ they were just historians.”

“Then on Saturday in the morning this assault on the synagogue. Then Saturday afternoon ‘our hearts are with the victims.’ He talks out of both sides of his mouth,” she continued.

“He’s provocative. He gives dog whistles constantly to these people. Then Kellyanne goes out there and defends him and says ‘no no no,’ and he is like ‘no no no.’ Take responsibility for your actions. Mr. President, you are the culprit.”

Behar wasn’t alone in attributing some blame for the tragedy to the president, with multiple liberal media figures and pundits also suggesting Trump was partly responsible for the shooting.

MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough delivered a fiery monologue Monday, saying “the blood that is spilled” is on Trump’s hands, accusing him of inciting such attacks.

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“We are so far beyond dog whistles here, Donald. We are so far beyond dog whistles. The blood, the blood that is spilled, is on your hands. From white nationalists, from people who listen to that sort of rhetoric, any violence to journalists,” Scarborough said.

“The blood, the blood that is spilled, is on your hands.”

— Joe Scarborough

“No, we are so past dog whistles now, Donald. You are just inciting violence. It’s just – it’s just obvious… We are calling it out now. You are unfit to be President of the United States.”

Meanwhile, a network contributor on the same program compared Trump to ISIS and Al Qaeda clerics who inspire terror attacks across the world.

“This is intertwined in our own politics today, they are inspired oftentimes by political rhetoric. If you took a lot of the statements by politicians right now in this country and you compare them to what Al Qaeda or ISIS clerics said that inspired attacks around the world over the last decade, they would look remarkably similar,” MSNBC contributor Clint Watts said, later adding that he was talking about Trump specifically. “This is incitement to violence in many cases.”

“If you took a lot of the statements by politicians right now in this country and you compare them to what Al Qaeda or ISIS clerics said that inspired attacks around the world over the last decade, they would look remarkably similar.”

— MSNBC contributor Clint Watts

Trump offered his sympathies to the victims Saturday shortly after the shooting.

“Our entire nation mourns the loss of life, prays for the wounded and stands in solidarity with the Jewish community,” Trump said later at a rally in Wisconsin. “We forcefully condemn the evils of anti-Semitism and hate, which must be defeated.”

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He praised law enforcement’s “incredible response” and singled out the off-duty Border Patrol agent who “bravely returned fire and helped disrupt the attack and saved so many lives.”

Fox News’ Liam Quinn and Andrew O’Reilly contributed to this report.

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Today on Fox News, April 30, 2019

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Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: Special guests include: Eric Trump; U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Texas; Twinkies celebrate their 100th birthday!

Your World with Neil Cavuto, 4 p.m. ET: Special guests include: House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C.; Doug Collins, R-Ga., ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee; RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel; former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.

On Fox Business:

Mornings with Maria, 6 a.m. ET: David Ricks, chairman and CEO of Eli Lilly.

Varney & Co., 9 a.m. ET: Robin Hayes, CEO of JetBlue.

On Fox News Radio:

The Fox News Rundown podcast: “Will Barr Testify or Not?” – Judge Andrew napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst, on whether Attorney General William Barr will testify before House Judiciary Committee on Thursday. Plus, the CDC is placing a large amount of blame for the current measles outbreak on a mysterious, anti-vaccination booklet that targeted an ultra-orthodox Jewish community. Bryan Llenas, Fox News national correspondent and Fox News medical analyst Dr. Marc Siegel weigh in. Plus, commentary by Deroy Murdock, contributing editor with the National Review and Fox News contributor.

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The Todd Starnes Show, Noon ET: U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., discusses what he saw when he and other congressmen visited the border.

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Beto: We only have ’10 years’ left on Earth if we don’t address climate change

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Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke sounded the alarms on Monday, saying that civilization has only “ten years” left on Earth if no action is taken on climate change.

The former Texas congressman unveiled the first major policy proposal of his candidacy, which is a climate change initiative that would cost $5 trillion in over 10 years in hopes of reaching zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Appearing on MSNBC, O’Rourke promoted his proposal but was asked about his prior support from the oil and gas industry, and whether the relationship would be a problem going forward.

“Do you see the oil and gas industry as an opponent in that? Won’t you have to declare yourself in opposition to their interests?” MSNBC host Chris Hayes asked.

O’Rourke responded “yes,” but said he is optimistic that the industry will take part in his initiative.

“We know that certain oil and gas corporations have been fighting public policy on this issue, have been hiding their own science and research at the expense of our climate and human life,” O’Rourke told Hayes. “So whenever those two things come in contrast or in opposition, I’m always going to choose the people of this country.”

“Having said that, I want to make sure those who work in the oil and gas industry, those who work in the fossil fuel industry are brought along as partners to make sure that we make this transition in the ten years we have left to us as the science and scientists tell us to make the kind of bold change that we need,” the former congressman continued.

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“We cannot afford to alienate a significant part of this country and we cannot do this by half measure or by only half of us. It can’t be Democrats versus Republicans, bit cities versus small towns, we all have a shared interest in a cleaner future for this country. So I’m going to work with, listen to everyone anytime, anywhere to make sure that we advance this agenda and get to net zero green house gas emissions by 2050.”

Joseph A. Wulfsohn is a media reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @JosephWulfsohn.

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Paul Begala: I’d allow a Dem to ‘shoot my dog’ if they can beat Trump in 2020

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CNN commentator Paul Begala said Monday night he’d allow any Democratic candidate to murder his own pet if they can beat President Donald Trump in next year’s election.

Discussing the launch of former Vice President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, Begala began by telling anchor Chris Cuomo that the 2020 election will mark the first time that he does not have a candidate that he supported during the Democratic primary.

“This is what I’m looking for: I’m a JFK Democrat. I will pay any price, bear any burden, support any friend, oppose any foe to ensure the defeat of Donald J. Trump,” the former Clinton advisor elaborated. “You could be for Medicare-For-All or not, you could shoot my dog and if I think you can beat Trump, I’m gonna be for you.”

“Well, that’s very mainstream of you,” Cuomo reacted.

CNN pundit Ana Navarro, who described herself as a “disenfranchised Republican” expressed her excitement for Biden’s candidacy, saying that she’s “biased” for knowing the former senator-turned-VP and praising how he has “never changed.”

“The idea of a Joe Biden, who’s got the experience, who’s calling to our better angels, who is talking about unity, but I, like Paul, there’s no way I will vote for Trump, even if he shoots Paul’s dog because he better not shoot mine,” Navarro exclaimed. “No animals will be harmed in the making of this democracy.”

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“Enough with the shooting of the dogs!” Cuomo told the panel. “It’s the only thing all Americans care about.”

Begala sparked controversy earlier this year when he referred to top White House advisors Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner as “cockroaches.”

Joseph A. Wulfsohn is a media reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @JosephWulfsohn.

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CNN’s Don Lemon cuts off guest who accused him of ‘contributing’ to political divide

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CNN anchor Don Lemon lashed out at former White House aide Cliff Sims over President Donald Trump’s Charlottesville remarks and ended the segment early after he was accused by his guest of “contributing” to the political divide in the country.

While covering the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and the rally Trump held simultaneously in Green Bay, Wis. on Saturday night, CNN’s Alisyn Camerota began the conversation by criticizing President Trump’s pivot from his somber rally remarks about the deadly synagogue shooting in Poway, Calif. to his fiery attacks against the Russia investigation.

Sims responded by saying all Americans are “watching the same movie” and how they are “seeing dramatically different things” when it comes to the Trump presidency. He used Lemon’s response to Charlottesville as an example that his views of Trump’s remarks are “diametrically opposed” to many others, including himself, adding that Trump “did condemn” white supremacy.

“Then you’re delusional. Then you’re delusional, Cliff,” Lemon talked over Sims. “You’re saying because the president says words that are hollow- because the president said ‘we should come together.’”

“I couldn’t hear anything you just said, Don, because you insisted on talking over me,” Sims shot back. “So I really don’t know what you’re saying right now.”

“If you stop talking, then we won’t be talking over each other and I will let you responded,” Lemon said.

“Well, you want to interview me!” Sims exclaimed.  “You asked me to come on your program, so give me a chance to talk!”

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Lemon accused the “Team of Vipers” author of saying that “the president’s words don’t matter,” which Sims denied. Sims then challenged Lemon to give an example of Trump “being a white supremacist.”

“I never called the president a white supremacist, so you’re watching the wrong program or you’re not hearing what I’m saying. What I have called the president is a racist,” the CNN anchor said. “When you call nations ‘s—hole countries,’ when you call African-American players ‘sons of b–hes, when you say there are ‘fine people on both sides,’ when you lie about it afterwards –“

Sims attempted to explain that Trump was saying there were “fine people on both sides” of the debate over Confederate statues, but Lemon insisted that’s not what the president said.

After another heated exchange, the former Trump aide accused Lemon of “contributing” to stoking division by re-litigating the Charlottesville remarks.

“I’m not the person who said that they were ‘fine people on both sides,’” Lemon fired back. “I’m not the person who called countries ‘sh–hole countries.’”

“You actually don’t even know if he said that because that’s another one of those based on anonymous and people in the room say blah, blah, blah, you actually don’t know if he said that,” Sims told Lemon.

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“Yes, I do know that he said that,” Lemon claimed. “And it’s not ‘blah, blah, blah.”

The “CNN Tonight” host had enough of Sims and cut the segment short, shifting to someone he says “tried to bring this country together.”

“And that’s you, Don. You do a great job at that,” Sims sarcastically added before his mic was cut.

Lemon was actually referring to President Barack Obama.

Joseph A. Wulfsohn is a media reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @JosephWulfsohn.

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Today on Fox News, April 29, 2019

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New York Times apologizes again for ‘offensive’ Trump, Netanyahu cartoon that ‘included anti-Semitic tropes’

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The New York Times Opinion section issued a second apology Sunday over a cartoon of President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu which was called offensive because of “anti-Semitic tropes.

“We are deeply sorry for the publication of an anti-Semitic political cartoon last Thursday in the print edition of The New York Times that circulates outside of the United States, and we are committed to making sure nothing like this happens again,” the opinion section tweeted Sunday.

“Such imagery is always dangerous, and at a time when anti-Semitism is on the rise worldwide, it’s all the more unacceptable,” continued the apology, which was widely shared on Twitter.

The new apology said that the decision to run the syndicated cartoon was made by a single editor working without adequate oversight.

The cartoon showed Trump wearing a pair of sunglasses and being led by a dog depicted as Netanyahu. The dog had a Star of David collar. The cartoon appeared in the paper’s opinion section next to a column penned by Thomas Friedman.

The political cartoon was criticized globally by numerous social media users, who said the Times’ first statement was inadequate.

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The original apology read, “A political cartoon in the international print edition of The New York Times on Thursday included anti-Semitic tropes, depicting the prime minister of Israel as a guide dog with a Star of David collar leading the president of the United States, shown wearing a skullcap. The image was offensive, and it was an error of judgment to publish it. It was provided by The New York Times News Service and Syndicate, which has since deleted it.”

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