Trump ends Fox News ‘boycott’ after usually 1 week

Donald Trump Ends Fox News Boycott With Bill O'Reilly Interview
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump says his self-described protest of Fox News is over after usually one week.

The Republican presidential carefree is scheduled to seem on “The O’Reilly Factor” Tuesday evening.

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The billionaire businessman has been indignant with a network given a initial GOP debate. Trump tweeted Sept. 23 he wouldn’t be doing any Fox shows “for a foreseeable future” since he felt a network had been treating him unfairly.

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Fox pronounced Trump had usually announced his protest after a channel canceled a scheduled Trump coming on Bill O’Reilly’s show.

Trump’s debate did not respond to requests for criticism about his change of heart.

A Fox News mouthpiece confirms a assembly between Trump and comparison Fox executives is still in a works.

See a 2016 carefree on a debate trail:

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