Donald TrumpOne of the biggest stories in America is President Trump’s simmering feud with Fox News.

In recent months, viewers have noticed some Fox News programming shifting the tone of their coverage to be more negative toward President Trump.

And now Donald Trump called out Fox News Channel for this giant betrayal.

Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends” show is the bane of fake and corrupt news media critics as well as the top-rated morning show on cable news.

Prior to running for President, Donald Trump had a weekly guest spot and that platform helped build his brand with Republican voters.

And while the fake and corrupt news media generally accuses the “Fox and Friends” hosts of coddling President Trump, that is far from true.

“Fox and Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade blasted President Trump for his decision to withdraw American troops from Syria.

Kilmeade is a foreign policy hawk that lines up more with John McCain and Mitt Romney than Donald Trump’s “America First” foreign policy.

After Trump announced the troop withdrawal, Kilmeade criticized the decision claiming the President should “Go with realities on the ground. Don’t go with a campaign promise when the reality on the ground is ISIS is targeting us, Al Qaeda is targeting us.”

President Trump immediately reacted to this broadside from a Fox News host previously thought to be in the President’s corner.

Trump explained that the United States could not risk being drawn into another war in the Middle East.

“Brian Kilmeade over at @foxandfriends got it all wrong. We are not going into another war between people who have been fighting with each other for 200 years. Europe had a chance to get their ISIS prisoners, but didn’t want the cost.” The President continued, “’Let the USA pay,’ they said Kurds may be releasing some to get us involved. Easily recaptured by Turkey or European Nations from where many came, but they should move quickly. Big sanctions on Turkey coming! Do people really think we should go to war with NATO Member Turkey? Never ending wars will end!”

Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan made it clear to President Trump that the Turkish military was moving into Northern Syria to establish a safe zone to return refugees.

But that meant coming into conflict with the PKK faction of the Kurds.

While the Kurds were America’s allies in the fight against ISIS, both the United States and Turkish governments consider the PKK a terrorist organization.

President Trump explained that the days of the United States protecting faraway countries’ borders and ignoring America’s own were over.

“Some people want the United States to protect the 7,000 mile away Border of Syria, presided over by Bashar al-Assad, our enemy. At the same time, Syria and whoever they chose to help, wants naturally to protect the Kurds I would much rather focus on our Southern Border which abuts and is part of the United States of America. And by the way, numbers are way down and the WALL is being built!” the President wrote.

American Patriot Daily will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.