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Really? Fox News VP Says Online Polls 'Don't Meet Editorial Standards'

It's no surprise that Fox 'News' has no regard for the integrity of their programming, but every once in awhile, they make a futile attempt to be legitimate. Why is today different than any other day on Fox and Friends, their three hour morning lie-fest? Their own V.P. of public opinion research will not lend any credence to non-scientific, online polls that claim Donald Trump the victor in Monday night's presidential debate, yet this lie is the premise for this entire segment from Wednesday's broadcast.
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