“The Late Late Show” host cited as just one piece of evidence how “Fox & Friends” anchors twisted a New York Times report that President Donald Trump racked up almost $1.2 billion in business losses in the late 1980s and early 1990s. One co-host said the losses were “pretty impressive.” Another marveled at how Trump was a “bold businessman.”
It was “a truly insane spin” on the story, Corden noted.
Corden then debuted a game called “OutFoxed,” in which he predicted how hosts at the widely watched conservative network would handle other news headlines.
Check out the clip here:
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