On Tuesday, the White House Press Secret was asked to give her reaction. the newsYou can find the Fox NewsAll hosts privately texted Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark MeadowsI begged him to tell the president that he should stop the violence in the streets. Congress halls
“It’s disappointing and, unfortunately, not surprising that some of the very same individuals who were willing to warn, condemn and express horror over what happened … in private were totally silent in public, or worse, spreading lies and conspiracy theories,” Psaki told reporters.
Hannity, Ingraham and Kilmeade may have called Meadows begging him to get Trump to call off the riots, but they took a different approach on their broadcasts, either downplaying the violence or falsely suggesting the rioters weren’t Trump supporters but members of Antifa and Black Lives Matter.
At Tuesday afternoon neither Hannity nor Ingraham have commented on their Jan. 6, text messages. Hannity did interview Meadows on Monday’s show, but didn’t mention the text messages.
Meanwhile, CNN created an interactive mashup that compared their tweets to Meadows and their on-air actions.