Trump's tweetstorm on Sunday evening appeared to be over the news-oriented programming of Fox News -- which are far less conservative than their opinion counterparts. "The trappings of a straight-news product give Sean Hannity the cover he needs to tell millions of people each night precisely what Trump wants them to hear," says Erik Wemple. "When Hannity and his fellow 'opinion' travelers at Fox News sustain criticism for their distortions, the PR response invariably points to the ballast provided by the straight-newsers like (Chris) Wallace’s Fox News Sunday and Shepard Smith’s daily afternoon program. It’s this very separation that allows Fox News to advance the claim that it’s just like a traditional newspaper consisting of news and opinion staffs." ALSO: Fox News' Ed Henry is taking a medical leave to donate part of his liver to his sister.