Down In The Polls, Trump Seeks Familiar Embrace of Conservative Media

President Trump has turned to conservative media and stars for help in his fight to win reelection. They've rewarded him by promoting his questionable claims about the Bidens and the coronavirus.
Supporters of President Trump watch a video featuring Fox News host Sean Hannity ahead of Trump's arrival for a campaign rally Friday in Waterford Township, Mich. Source: John Moore

In the final stretch of a tough reelection campaign, a president who burst into public consciousness as a media sensation has returned to the warm embrace of conservative media outlets and their stars.

And they have been returning the favor: giving airtime to President Trump and broadcasting his rallies, and hammering Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, his family and his allies.

On Fox News' Trump-friendly The Five, Greg Gutfeld, at once mischievous and wistful, asked, "Why don't the Republicans start preemptive impeachment on Joe Biden, in case he wins?"

On the Trump-fanatical One America Network, at happy hour: "The Biden-Harris campaign is facing

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