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When Kilmeade asks ​Trump about his remarks about previous presidents contacting families of fallen soldiers, Trump says to “ask General Kelly”

From the October 17 edition of Fox News Radio's Kilmeade and Friends:

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BRIAN KILMEADE (HOST): Can I ask you what you thought about when you brought up past presidents and what they've done. Do you want to clarify anything there?

DONALD TRUMP: Well there's nothing to clarify because if you look at my whole -- this was again fake news CNN. I mean, they're just a bunch of fakers. So they asked me that question. And for the most part, to the best of my knowledge, I think I've called every family of somebody that's died. And it's the hardest call to make. And I said it very loud and clear yesterday. The hardest thing for me to do is do that. Now, as far as other representatives, I don't know. I mean, you could ask [White House Chief of Staff] General [John] Kelly. Did he get a call from Obama? You could ask other people. I don't know what Obama's policy was. I write letters, and I also call.


KILMEADE: Nine months in. You happy? 

TRUMP: I love doing it. I'm getting tremendous support even in your polls I'm getting tremendous support. And it's hard to believe I can get support when you have so many phony stories out there. You know like CNN, like MSNBC, like NBC. NBC is probably worse than CNN. But all I know is Fox is good. Fox -- we love you, Fox.

KILMEADE: We're fair.

TRUMP: You are fair.
KILMEADE: Thank you.
TRUMP: You know what, the truth is, you hit me when it’s needed, you do. I mean, you do in particular. But the fact is, you’re fair. All I want is fair. I don’t want anything else. I just want fair, and Fox has really been fair and I appreciate it.


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