Four Corners – 30 August 2021 – 30/8/2021 – Monday – ABC
Fox and the Big Lie – Part Two
On the night of the US presidential election, Donald Trump declared the vote was a “major fraud on the American people”.
Rather than face defeat, he, and his allies, began a campaign claiming the election had been stolen.
In the aftermath, some high profile Fox News presenters gave a platform to Trump’s campaign pouring fuel on the already ferocious political divide.
Now their words and actions in the feverish weeks that followed the election are under scrutiny in multi-billion dollar lawsuits.
The second part of this Four Corners special examines the case being made against high profile Fox News presenters and Trump backers.
Six decades of exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, leading national debate and confronting issues that matter. Four Corners turns 60 with an unrivalled reputation as Australia’s premier investigative journalism program.
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