Fox's David Bossie on Trump's new media strategy: He wants to “bypass the mainstream media”

Bossie: “He is going to continue to go out and bypass the mainstream media”

From the July 26 edition of Fox News' The Story with Martha MacCallum:

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MARTHA MACCALLUM (HOST): I guess my question is, we've seen Anthony Scaramucci come on board, and we have a picture, it's like detective work of you and Corey Lewandowski walking into the White House that we can put up on screen. Which we have a spot shadow around. We are not following you exactly, but we're told that that's you guys walking in. So what's your sense from the President? What does he want to change? What is going to be different now? 

DAVID BOSSIE: I don't really think it's the president doing anything different. He is going to continue exactly what got him to the White House, which is talking directly to the American people and telling them what he is going to do for them. Talking about their agenda which is about jobs and the economy, and their children's education, and repealing and replacing Obamacare. And so he is going to continue to go out and bypass the mainstream media. Bypass the fake news divisions across America, and talk directly to the American people and continue to get his message out of the work he is doing for them. 


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