Trump Claims Fox News Impeachment Poll Was ‘Incorrect’, Slams New York Times For Not Reporting ‘Correction’
President Donald Trump on Monday fired off a raging tweet slamming The New York Times for reporting last week’s Fox News poll that found a majority of respondents wanted his impeachment.
“The Fox Impeachment poll has turned out to be incorrect,” he tweeted Monday. “This was announced on Friday. Despite this, the Corrupt New York Times used this poll in one of its stories, no mention of the correction which they knew about full well!”
The president appeared to be referring a New York Post analysis that said the poll underrepresented Republican and independent voters. The Post said if the poll was weighted correctly, it would have found 44.9 percent of respondents in support of impeachment and 44.4 percent against.
However, there has been no correction released from Fox News.
Trump has lashed out against Fox News polling after the poll results were released last week, saying 51 percent of people supported his impeachment and removal from office.
The Fox Impeachment poll has turned out to be incorrect. This was announced on Friday. Despite this, the Corrupt New York Times used this poll in one of its stories, no mention….
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 14, 2019