Diner That Hosted Fox & Friends In Minnesota Is Receiving Major Backlash
A cafe in Duluth, Minnesota is facing heavy criticism after allowing Fox and Friends to film their morning show in the restaurant Thursday.
Uncle Loui’s cafe announced the would be hosting the morning show and faced a flurry of comments from the Left almost immediately.
****BIG ANNOUNCEMENT*** Fox and Friends is broadcasting live from ULC on Thursday, June 21, from 5-8 am!!!! Come be part of the National broadcast! We will open at 5 am and would love to show the country our… https://t.co/IvRdB07Zmu
— Uncle Loui’s Cafe (@UncleLouisCafe) June 14, 2018
“There were people that were congratulating us and then there were some people that were very angry,” said Matt Berthiaume, the general manager of the restaurant, to the Duluth News Tribune. “There were some regulars that come in and now don’t want to eat here anymore, which is unfortunate.”
“She just wants people to come in. It’s great exposure for our restaurant, which I can’t blame her for. If it wasn’t us, it’d be somebody else,” Barthiaume added about his mother who owns the cafe.
My last visit to Uncle Loui’s was in December, and it was my last, though I didn’t know it. Now I need recommendations for another great breakfast destination in Duluth. https://t.co/WpKpfCDkBm
— chooper (@chooperchooper) June 21, 2018
Fox News made the trek to Minnesota for President Trump’s rally Wednesday night. Trump spoke on behalf of Pete Stauber, the GOP congressional candidate for the state’s eighth district.