A NEWS anchor has attacked President Trump for making baseless claims of electoral fraud during an interview on FOX News.
In his first interview since Election Day, the President on Sunday spoke to news anchor Maria Bartiromo where he continued to push false claims that the 2020 Presidential Election was "fake".
He also took aim at the FBI and Department of Justice for being "missing in action" during the claims of election fraud.
But fellow FOX anchor Eric Shawn dissected the claims later in the day – just hours after the lengthy Bartiromo interview.
Shawn kicked off a segment by discussing Trump’s claims of “massive voter fraud” and noted that “his campaign has failed to prove any of this in court.”
Shawn said: "In fact, our government, election officials, experts and others — many of them Republican, including Trump appointed officials — say that the president’s claims are false and unsubstantiated.”
Shawn was joined by Axios reporter Hans Nichols to dissect each of Trump’s statements from the interview.
“It seems that we have a president who, he can’t wrap his brain or mind around the fact, he can’t process that someone who he thinks is so inferior to him won the election,” Shawn remarked.
Following the Bartiromo interview, Trump took aim at the FBI for being "missing in action" – and criticised 60 Minutes for a recent interview with Chris Krebs, his former head of election security.
The president tweeted: "60Minutes never asked us for a comment about their ridiculous, one sided story on election security, which is an international joke.
"Our 2020 Election, from poorly rated Dominion to a Country FLOODED with unaccounted for Mail-In ballots, was probably our least secure EVER!"
The President continued tweeting about a "RIGGED ELECTION" and insisted that he couldn't have lost because he attracted large crowds.
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