Fox News Viewers Rate Donald Trump As One Of America's Worst Presidents In History
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Fox News viewers have been asked about their feelings on Donald Trump and it isn't a good result for the President's once favoured network.
The channel asked a little more than a thousand registered voters take part in phone interviews between 6-9 December and the results were damning.
It showed a whopping 42 percent of viewers will remember Donald Trump as 'one of the country's worst presidents'.
Asked a number of questions on how they viewed the president, some 8 percent of respondents said Trump will be remembered as 'below average', while nearly a fifth (16 percent) said he will go down in the history books as 'above average'.
Meanwhile, 22 percent said the Trump was 'one of the greatest' presidents the US has ever seen.
The figures emphasise how much of a divisive figure Trump has been throughout his four years in the White House.
It comes following news that Donald Trump's aides are concerned he may 'refuse to leave' the White House peacefully following a 'temper tantrum'.
The US President recently lost the election to Joe Biden, with the US electoral college declaring the Democratic candidate to be the winner.
However, according to reports, the White House has 'turned crazy' over the past few weeks, with some aides worried that Trump won't go down easily.
He's even reported to have told advisers that he will refuse to leave on Biden's inauguration date in January 2021 - leaving some of his aides alarmed at the prospect.
An adviser is quoted as having told CNN: "He's throwing a f***ing temper tantrum. He's going to leave. He's just lashing out."
However, the report goes on to state that despite his tantrums and threats of staying in the White House, few aides have taken them seriously.
Meanwhile, Joe Biden has followed through on his promise to get the coronavirus vaccine on live television.
The President-elect wanted to prove the inoculation was safe for everyone and received the jab at a hospital not far from his home in Delaware.
He and his wife, Jill, received the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.
As the physician prepared the needle, Biden said: "I'm ready. I'm doing this to demonstrate that people should be prepared when it's available to take the vaccine. There's nothing to worry about.
"What I want to say is we owe these folks an awful lot - the scientists and the people who put this together, front line workers, the people who were the ones who actually did the clinical work - just amazing.
"And I wish we had time to take you through the whole hospital to see how busy and incredible you all are."