Speaking to Fox News host Jesse Watters, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (R) claimed the media dislikes conservatives voices and has a double standard regarding Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), who this week was named as Joe Biden’s running mate in the presidential race.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro––better known as “Judge Jeanine”––suggested “something’s” going to happen to presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and surmised it would result in him being off the presidential ticket by November.
MSNBC cut off Trump's coronavirus briefing after the network determined that Trump's comment contained no new or newsworthy information.
President Donald Trump attacked CNN and Jim Acosta, its chief White House correspondent, following a report that quoted a source on the official coronavirus task force that he doesn’t understand the severity of the pandemic.
CNN cut off an interview with Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh after he started pushing the coronavirus patient killing drug hydroxychloroquine.
Brianna Keilar first told Murtaugh that he was lying when he tried to blame the lack of masks on Obama and Biden:
Representative Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, says intelligence suggests that multiple nations are targeting Congress with disinformation in their efforts to influence this year’s general election.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has taken President Donald Trump to task after he declined to say whether he’ll accept the election results if he loses to Democrat Joe Biden. Pelosi made the remarks earlier this morning during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace fact-checked Trump, pushed back, and caused a presidential implosion on national television by not accepting the lies.
Trump claimed that Biden wants to defund the police. Chris Wallace fact-checked him, so Trump tried to prove it, and it did not end well for Trump.
Black employees at Fox News have grown enraged over the network's overtly racist coverage and they are calling out on and off-air racism.
While the right goes ga-ga over Tucker Carlson's ratings, The Lincoln Project got twice as many views for an ad as Carlson gets in a week.
Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth (D) responded to Fox News personality Tucker Carlson, telling him to “walk a mile in my legs” after he criticized her calls for a “national dialogue” on the removal of memorials to President George Washington.
Fox News’ Ainsley Earhardt defended President Donald Trump amid reports that a Russian military agency put a bounty on the heads of American troops and that he ignored it. Earhardt excused the president, saying not all presidents “read all of their briefings.”
Steve Doocy, one of the hosts of “Fox and Friends,” says President Donald Trump would set a “good example” by wearing a mask as the nation grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.
According to studies conducted by the Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, the National Bureau of Economic Research, and the University of Chicago (among others), coronavirus infection and mortality rates are higher in areas where Fox News host Sean Hannity has his widest audience. The studies were surfaced by the Washington Post.
President Donald Trump claimed a friend told him he is “the most perfect person” for surviving the investigation into his Russian ties.
“Isn’t that true?” he asked the audience.
Twitter has removed a video President Donald Trump posted to his personal feed. The video in question is a CNN report about a racist white toddler chasing a black toddler before they come together in a hug parodied CNN’s “Fake News” coverage of the Trump administration, the White House said.
President Donald Trump has regularly praised Fox News for its often sympathetic coverage of his administration, but the latest Fox News poll shows that support for him is eroding the closer the nation gets to Election Day.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent, criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to hold a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma this Saturday, calling it “the worst-case scenario” for spreading the novel coronavirus.
CNN responded to Trump's cease and desist letter over a poll by comparing him to a dictator and calling claims factually and legally baseless.