The ongoing conflict between Donald Trump and Fox News continued this week, when host Neil Cavuto took time to attack the Republican president’s myriad false claims. Trump had previously taken to Twitter to slam the right-leaning network for not “working for us anymore.”

“The president made it clear,” Cavuto said Thursday. “To fact check him is to be all but dead to him… I don't work for you [Trump].”

Cavuto, a veteran business news anchor at Fox, proceeded to list numerous falsehoods Trump has made over the years, worded as a direct address to the president, who is known to watch and endorse and 24-hour news network. Some of the falsehoods included well-known statements from Trump, including his campaign promise that Mexico would pay for his proposed border wall and that Russia did not meddle in the 2016 election.

Continuing through a roughly four-minute-long segment, Cavuto said that news isn’t “fake” if the facts it presents aren’t flattering to him. Further, he highlighted the president’s tendency to flip his opinions of certain individuals, including former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, whom Trump went from praising to bashing, and Chinese President Xi Jinping, whom Trump went from calling an enemy to a great leader.

“These aren’t fake items,” Cavuto said. “They’re real items and you really said them.”

Further indiscretions Cavuto touched on included Trump alleged hush-money payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels, pushing White House counsel Don McGahn to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and his insistence that the Access Hollywood tape on which he made vulgar comments was not real.

“Hard as it is to fathom, Mr. President,” Cavuto concluded. “Just because you’re the leader of the free world, doesn’t entitle you to a free pass. Unfortunately, just the free press.”

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US President Donald Trump making a statement. AFP / MANDEL NGAN