how would Fox use this power if it were, you know, responsible?Trump complained about Marshawn Lynch about 15 minutes after Fox & Friends ran a segment on Lynch https://t.co/CF1iNwnuwp pic.twitter.com/1dz2lNhu63— Media Matters (@mmfa) November 20, 2017
Would Fox focus on trivial stories like a football player sitting or kneeling for the anthem? The upside is that this directs Trump's antagonism away from any issues that might create conflict with North Korea or push for any policies that harm millions of Americans. On the downside, he gets to plander to his racist base.
How about essentially streaming Morgan Fairchild's twitter feed since it often has calls to rescue animals? Good, but she is also a sharp consumer and retweeter of analyses of national security, and that stuff might set off the fragile Donald Trump.
How about criticisms of Habitat for Humanity (not that it deserves any)? This would allow Trump to play to his worst instincts by insulting a past president, but might also get him to insist on doing more/better for the homeless?
I am taking ideas: if you could control Fox's output so that you can manipulate Trump, what would you program?