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San Francisco Politician Fends Off Reporter – ‘Fox News Is Not Real News’

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San Francisco’s status as a sanctuary city has come under national scrutiny after Steinle’s death, with Fox News predictably blaming “the ultra left [that] controls the city” for the July 1st tragedy. He was only set free because of San Francisco’s refusal to cooperate with federal officials on immigration matters.

“You’re interviewing the wrong [f-bomb] person”, she said, the video showed.

Kate’s brother, however, wishes Trump would stop using his sister’s death to promote his wildly controversial ideas about Mexican immigrants.

Wiener was just as rude and condescending. “People are thrilled. There is such a deep seated frustration with Fox News and the fringe it represents”.

Fox News is not real news, and you’re not a reporter”, Wiener said before closing the door of his city office. The reporter asked if Wiener “showed remorse or if you’re upset that the president didn’t reach out to the families?”

Fox News, of course, has been ripping into Wiener over that comment, but he’s sticking by them in a new interview with ThinkProgress.

“We tried this through your office and got no response”, the reporter replied. “Anyone in San Francisco knows that’s not who I am”, Wiener told SFGate. I’m always willing to talk to them to advance the narrative of a story. The policy, established in 1989, was expanded by the 2013 Trust Act, which prohibits California Law Enforcement “from detaining an individual on the basis of a United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold after that individual becomes eligible for release from custody” unless that person “has been convicted of specified crimes”. “They’re a propaganda machine and I’m not going to be a part of that”.

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