Fox News calls Trump's town hall with undecided Pennsylvania voters an 'ambush'

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President Trump fielded questions from uncommitted Pennsylvania voters Tuesday night during a 90-minute town hall hosted by ABC News. He didn’t nail all the facts, and some of the voters asked challenging questions about Trump’s coronavirus response, race, and the economy, but Trump was able to respond to the proffered concerns on prime-time network TV in one of the key 2020 battleground states.

How did Trump do? It didn’t appear to be viewed as a big success at Fox News, where host Laura Ingraham suggested “the DNC may as well have put the whole thing on” over a chyron reading: “ABC Spring Ambush on Pres. Trump at Town Hall”

Ingraham played parts of some of Trump’s interactions with the uncommitted voters, but here’s how he responded in full to a question about face masks.

You can decide if the question was fair or the response balanced.

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