Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace put Dr. Birx in the hot seat when he played video of her projecting 60,000 virus deaths as the nation is set to pass 100,000.
Fox News's Neil Cavuto pleaded with viewers not to listen to Trump because if you are in a vulnerable population, hydroxychloroquine will kill you.
CNN's Jake Tapper took apart Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) for standing behind firing IGs while he blew a gasket about Barack Obama.
President Donald Trump continued promoting his “Obamagate” conspiracy theory on Twitter this morning in a joint attack against former President Barack Obama and media organizations that have printed unfavorable coverage of his presidency.
Former Vice President Al Gore criticized President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, saying that reopening the economy will endanger more American lives.
“I think we’re in grave danger,” Gore told Anderson Cooper and Sanjay Gupta during an appearance on CNN. “I have to tell you both. I think that we are seeing the start of a botched reopening. I think that the President appears to be engaging in magical thinking again. And what I mean by that is, you know, a couple of months ago he said one day it’s just going to magically disappear.”
Fox News personality Pete Hegseth told his viewers to “put freedom before fear” and violate stay-at-home orders as the coronavirus pandemic tears its way through the country.
Hegseth made the comments while broadcasting from inside his home. He urged “healthy people” to “have some courage” and go outside, making the case for “herd immunity,” which goes against the advice of health and science experts.
Trump's Fox News town hall quickly turned into a disaster that is only making the president look even more out of touch as he takes questions from the American people.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson claimed that “young children do not spread the coronavirus” and was fact-checked live on his own show by his guest, Fox News contributor Dr. Marc Siegel.
“And now to the latest science. There is new evidence that young children do not spread the coronavirus. Not what we thought,” Carlson said last night.
Rachel Maddow showed how Trump is potentially killing thousands of meat plant workers by refusing to enforce federal virus safety guidelines.
The Sunday meltdown continued as Trump attacked Fox News and claimed that his favorite is network is repeating and being fed Democratic talking points.
Fox Business personality Lou Dobbs has floated the idea of war with China as a result of Covid-19. Dobbs advanced the totally unfounded idea that the disease could be an act of biological warfare.
Dobbs spoke to former deputy national security advisor K.T. McFarland on Thursday night when he made the startling suggestion.
Trump is directly taking his talking points for his attack on the WHO from watching Fox and Friends, as he is copying what he is watching on TV.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, who President Donald Trump has turned to for advice on the novel coronavirus, said in an interview with Fox News that he supports reopening schools nationwide, saying the tradeoff of sending children back to school “may only cost us two to three percent in terms of total mortality.”
Rachel Maddow cut through Trump's happy talk and obliterated the administration's lies on coronavirus testing and availability in the US.
MSNBC cut away from Trump's coronavirus briefing when he tried to play a video that he said was from GM because they did not know what was in the video.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta clashed with President Donald Trump earlier today after asking the president whether briefings with the White House coronavirus task force amounted to “happy talk” to present a more favorable depiction of what’s happening as the coronavirus pandemic tears through the country.
Bill O’Reilly, the former Fox News host who left the network in 2017 amid a sexual harassment scandal, said in an interview with former colleague Sean Hannity that coronavirus victims “were on their last legs anyway,” according to audio posted online by Media Matters.
The Murdochs are preparing for a wave of lawsuits based on the lies, misinformation, and conspiracy theories that Fox News spread about the coronavirus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases who is the chief health expert on the White House coronavirus task force, says he “doesn’t understand” why every state hasn’t ordered its residents to stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rachel Maddow didn't pull any punches as she called Trump's coronavirus response insane in terms of policy and ethics, and noted that it will be fatal.