In another tweet, the vocal Trump critic wrote that Haberman was keeping some reporting to herself.
“’The threat within,’ Carlson began in his response. “What does that mean? What the hell are you talking about, you freaking lunatic?”
“Just look at two who were featured on Hillary's TV series like the foul mouth comedian Amy Schumer or Meghan Thee WAP Stallion whose 'gutsiness' is on display...
Turley concludes by calling the media “accommodating” in reporting on Clinton’s tweet.
In a post on his social media platform Truth Social, Trump wrote about the group the Lincoln Project after apparently seeing their ads on Fox.
"I’m not saying I’m an alcoholic. I don’t believe in abusing those terms, but it’s something I’ve had to think about."
Custer also was a news director and program at WGY, whose first broadcast was 100 years ago in 1922.
But when shown a paper copy of the e-mail, “he said he might have sent it “as an ironic, provocative statement in the circle of people...
“Its latest model estimates call for $16.57 billion in radio industry revenues this year, up from $16.09 billion in 2021.”
In the e-mail, the unnamed producer expressed concerns over conspiracy theories about the presidential election by hosts, specifically singling out Jeanine Pirro.