Fox News and its ad revenue are not the only ones that have been hurt by the Trump administration.
The network’s parent company, 21st Century Fox, has also been hit with a lawsuit that alleges that the president used it to promote himself at his rallies and at the expense of advertisers.
And that is exactly the kind of controversy that Trump has repeatedly blamed for the network’s demise.
The case, filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, alleges that 21st Cenntion was the “sole provider of the network and the only one who had the power to control and control the network.”
The network was “created in the late 1990s by a network of private companies that wanted to make money by providing news, information, and entertainment in a highly regulated market,” the lawsuit said.
“Trump created the network in order to make himself relevant to the media.
He used his position as president to benefit those who would not be accountable to the public.”
The lawsuit also alleges that Trump’s “campaign of fear, intimidation, and retaliation against journalists and others with opposing views and views he did not agree with has created a climate of fear and hostility that is undermining our ability to provide accurate news and information to the American people.”
The president is also named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed last year in which he claimed that he lost the trust of the public and advertisers because of the lawsuit.
The complaint alleges that advertisers paid more to Fox News in 2018 than they had in the previous five years and that “the network is not only being harmed by the President’s campaign of fear,” but is also “ruining the reputation of its network, its advertisers, and its sponsors.”
Fox News’ lawsuit against Trump is the latest of a series of legal actions against the president’s business practices that have come to light over the past few months.
Earlier this year, The New York Times published a report that described Trump’s alleged sexual misconduct with a female intern.
A day after the Times story was published, Trump fired Fox News host Megyn Kelly and his vice president, Mike Pence, after she reported on Trump’s behavior.
In March, the Justice Department launched a criminal investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice during his administration.
In May, the White House announced that Trump was ending his private foundation’s charitable work, saying that the foundation was “overwhelmed with inquiries” and “increasingly concerned with the potential conflict of interest.”
And just last month, the president said he would not continue his foundation’s “charitable giving,” which included the use of his company for fundraising purposes.
“I have taken a deep breath,” he said at the time.
“Now it’s time for me to move on.
And if I am elected president, I’m not going to run the foundation.
And we’re not going do it anymore.
And I’m really sorry for it.”
The legal fallout has forced Fox News to reconsider its decision to buy Tribune Media in 2018, the network said in a statement.
“We have always valued our partnership with Tribune and the partnership with the Trump campaign and we are deeply grateful for the opportunities it has provided to us,” the statement said.
But the president has continued to attack Fox News.
In a May tweet, Trump wrote, “The worst of the liberal media, led by @CNN, are trying to take over Fox News!”
He also tweeted in September that Fox News “is losing viewers, advertisers and credibility.
I hate it!”
The president has repeatedly accused the network of being “fake news,” even though it has been widely reported that the network has reported some of the most accurate news stories.
And in March, The Washington Post published a story claiming that Fox was behind the decision to cancel the Miss Universe pageant in the wake of allegations of sexual assault.