The presidential motorcade returned to the White House shortly after 4 p.m. By then, pictures had emerged on social media of Trump riding a golf cart and dressed in golf attire, still wearing a red hat, at Trump National Golf Club.The Instagram user who had posted three of those pictures later appeared to make his account private. Saturday, Trump visited the Trump International Hotel in Washington to have dinner, though once again reporters were not told with whom he would be dining.“Fox News is bowing to liberal pressure to remove Bill O’Reilly,” one person wrote.“Everyone who has enjoyed Bill needs to tweet @Fox News and support Bill.” Despite the support, a recent survey by The Morning Consult found that O’Reilly’s favorability has been slipping even among his fanbase.Fox Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch was rebuffed in his efforts to establish Fox News Canada in 2003 due to Canadian laws regarding foreign ownership of print and broadcast media, but the CRTC approved an application to bring the Fox News Channel to Canadian digital television back in November 2004, and that channel is now carried by dozens of different digital providers throughout Canada. Stay up to date on the political landscape or listen to the latest celebrity gossip. (This flash briefing includes video on compatible devices).
The CRTC regulations apply only to Canadian broadcasters using Canadian airwaves; they do not apply to the Fox News Channel, which is a non-Canadian entity transmitted via satellite and cable, not broadcast over public airwaves. PT: Following Fox News’ announcement that O’Reilly will in fact exit the network, tweets have been added reflecting fans’ displeasure with the decision.PREVIOUSLY: Supporters of Bill O’Reilly took to Twitter to vent their frustration with Fox News after the cable news network is looking to sever ties with the “O’Reilly Factor” host.And, as it turned out, the announcement wasn't entirely true.According to pool reports, the president spent Saturday visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls, Va., just outside Washington. Saturday, wearing a suit, a white shirt with no tie and a red hat with “USA” emblazoned on the front, a pool reporter noted.