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In photos: Conservative media owner Christopher Ruddy of Newsmax is Trump's friend, but offers criticism too.

"Fox is imploding," Ruddy told Univision during a wide-ranging interview in his Newsmax office in Florida. Ruddy is planning to expand his TV and web company to challenge the conservative media giant Fox News with a carefully-crafted center-right approach to appeal to audiences tired of partisan politics.
17 Jun 2017 – 03:29 PM EDT
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Christopher Ruddy appears on CNN show Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter, Dec 2016 Crédito: David Adams
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Christopher Ruddy reported that Trump is considering firing special counsel Robert Moeller on PBS Newshour, June 12, 2017 Crédito: David Adams
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Christopher Ruddy, Bill Clinton and H. Yale Gutnick pose before Clinton's speech, Aug 2014 at a private memorial service in Pennsylvania for Richard Mellon Scaife. Clinton recalled how, after his presidency, he built a friendship with the conservative billionaire who was a former critic of the Clintons. Twitter: @ChrisRuddyNMX Crédito: Twitter @ChrisRuddyNMX
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Christopher Ruddy with President Trump in the Oval Office, March 1 2017. Twitter @ChrisRuddyNMX
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Christopher Ruddy with a copy of Newsmax magazine featuring the legacy of JFK. Photo taken at Newsmax office in Boca Raton May 31, 2017.
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Christopher Ruddy (c) with Republican Senate leader, Mitch McConnell (r) and Newsmax's John Bachman (r). April 13, 2017. Twitter @ChrisRuddyNMX Crédito: Twitter @ChrisRuddyNMX
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Newsmax office lobby, Boca Raton
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Ruddy is a frequent guest on CNN.
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