Fox News host Neil Cavuto is fed up with Donald Trump using his power as the President to simply “settle scores” and “scapegoat” others as a way to defend the fact that he’s a do-nothing president.  He warned the president that this behavior has to stop, or else he’ll be all alone in that White House with just his family and Breitbart to run the show. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this. 
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