Dan Cassino

Fairleigh Dickinson University; author of “Fox News and American Politics: How One Channel Shapes American Politics and Society”

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Dan Cassino is a professor of political science at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

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New National Security Advisor Bolton has been a Fox News commentator since 2007.

The influence of Fox News over the Trump White House

New National Security Advisor Bolton has been a Fox News commentator since 2007.

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President Trump has been saying repeatedly, since 2015, that he’s going to make Christmas great again, as if the holiday has been under attack.

Black Santa and the politicization of Christmas

President Trump has been saying repeatedly, since 2015, that he’s going to make Christmas great again, as if the holiday has been under attack.

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