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Inside the Beltway: 3-year study: Republicans only like Fox News

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Apr 15, 2019 7:38 PM 1+ week ago

Inside the Beltway: 3-year study: Republicans only like Fox News

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A Morning Consult study reveals what many know: Republicans and President Trump find only Fox News to be a credible news organization. (Associated Press)

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