Fox News Cuts Away to 'Fact Check' Peter Navarro's Prison Speech

By Daniel Walker | March 27, 2024

Navarro framed conviction as attack

Peter Navarro, a former White House Trump adviser, reported to federal prison to serve a four-month sentence for contempt of Congress after defying a subpoena from the House January 6 committee.

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In a speech before starting his sentence, Navarro framed his conviction as an attack on executive privilege and separation of powers. 
 

'Fact-check everything'

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“I’m asking you to fact-check everything I say today and write the bigger stories here, which I think are the important ones,” Navarro said. “Let’s talk about some facts here. I am the first senior White House adviser in the history of our republic that has ever been charged with this alleged crime.”