You can add psychic medium to the charges that mainstream media opponents of President Donald Trump have levied against him.
Yamiche Alcindor, a reporter for the New York Times, said on MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” on Thursday that President Trump continues to speak with the deceased former head of Fox News, Roger Ailes.
“Who he actually pays attention to are all the people he calls up on the phone. Roger Ailes. All these other people that are just kind of out in the world. Steve Bannon … ,” she said.
“Years ago – Roger Ailes,” Matthews chimed in before both laughed at the mistake.
Unless the president is giving the Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo a run for her money, that is.
Ailes passed away in May, at the age of 77, due to complications from a head injury he suffered from a fall in his Florida home.
Ailes resigned from his position at Fox News in 2016 after he became embroiled in several sexual harassment scandals that were spearheaded by former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson.
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