Vanity Fair special correspondent Gabriel Sherman, the author of The Loudest Voice in the Room, about Fox News CEO Roger Ailes’s rises and fall at the network, says Fox News’s decision to oust prime time host Trish Regan was done to limit legal liability. The decision came after Fox News downplayed the threat of the coronavirus pandemic in recent weeks.
Fox News host Martha MacCallum fact-checked presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway during a live broadcast after Conway accused New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) of “lying to America” when he said he’s “been on top of” the coronavirus response from the start.
According to White House sources who spoke to The Washington Post, President Donald Trump only began taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously after watching Fox News personality Tucker Carlson declare the crisis is “very real” on his program.
Donald Trump started taking coronavirus seriously, so Fox News suddenly flipped and is freaking out over the virus.
Speaking on her program, Fox Business host Trish Regan claimed without evidence that the coronavirus outbreak, which has claimed at least 26 lives in the United States, is being politicized by Congressional Democrats who’ve unleashed a “chorus of hate” toward President Donald Trump and, she said, are looking for another reason to impeach him.
Speaking on his Fox News program, Tucker Carlson argued that Joe Biden’s “fading intellect is not a handicap” but “an opportunity” for the Democratic leadership to “control” him should he win November’s general election.
During an interview with Sean Hannity, Trump called the WHO's coronavirus death rate stats false and made up his own fake number of under 1%.
Fox News is falsely claiming that it's Democrats and the media who are on Russia's payroll, not anyone associated with Trump.
Trump has been melting down for nearly two days over 30 seconds of coverage on Fox News that was critical of him.
James Comey said that he was booked to appear on Fox News tonight, but his interview was canceled after the IG report was bad for Trump.
Republicans for the Rule of Law are going to be running an ad campaign on Fox News asking Trump why he won't allow impeachment witnesses to testify.
As Fox News hosts tried to stop him, Trump went on a conspiracy theory rant and admitted impeachable offenses.
Fox and Friends begging Trump not to tweet during today's impeachment hearing, as they are trying to stop him from committing more impeachable offenses.
Things are so horrible for Trump that even Fox News is saying that Trump added to his articles of impeachment with witness intimidation.
Tucker Carlson used his Fox News show to argue that impeachment is a "deep state" conspiracy because Russia poses no threat to the US.
Fox News's Judge Andrew Napolitano explained that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is following the hearing rules enacted by Republicans.
Fox's Judge Andrew Napolitano said that by awarding himself the G7, Trump has created a direct and profound violation of the emoluments clause.
Shep Smith was forced out at Fox News after he was told to stop attacking one of Trump's favorites, Tucker Carlson.
Shep Smith had been with Fox News since 1996, but after Trump and his Fox primetime host allies complained, Fox pushed him out.
Trump has lost Sean Hannity, as the Fox News host and #1 Trump defender has told friends privately that the Ukraine whistleblower allegations are "really bad."