Despite the best efforts of Republicans, there was a hearing on the 1/6 insurrection on the Capitol today. The GOP lawmakers, of course, were trying to prevent the hearing because it made them look incredibly bad.
Because he is a weak man who can’t accept defeat, Donald Trump is still contesting the 2020 election results in July of 2021. And as it has been from the beginning, it is going terribly.
This weekend, the Arizona audit the Trump campaign had hoped to legitimize his claims crashed and burned. In response, the former president decided to slam Fox anchor Bret Baier.
When he first signed up to be Donald Trump’s Vice President, Mike Pence had somewhat of a spine. When the Access Hollywood tape came out, the former Indiana Governor reportedly gave serious thought to leaving the campaign. He infuriated his wife by choosing not to.
When the New York Times bombshell Donald Trump tax story broke on Sunday night, the President reacted in the way everyone would expect him to. He lashed out at the “fake news” report and claimed that he paid a lot in taxes.
Attorney General William Barr confirmed that Donald Trump went to the White House bunker to hide from protesters.
Things are so horrible for Trump that even Fox News is saying that Trump added to his articles of impeachment with witness intimidation.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) freaks out on Fox News and tries to blame Rod Rosenstein and Hillary Clinton for his wrestler sex abuse scandal.
Fox News took their pretending that the sexual assault allegations against Donald Trump don't exist to a new level by interviewing Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine on Fox News Sunday and not mentioning the allegations against Trump.
Fox News is nearly suicidal after Donald Trump was routed by Hillary Clinton in the first presidential debate.
The New York Times' Jeremy Peters complains the Fox News moderators had just one purpose on debate night: "Make them squirm"
Indiana's religious freedom law has inspired so much backlash and outrage that Fox News anchor Bret Baier debunked his own network's propaganda and misinformation.
Former Republican Vice President Dick Cheney appeared on Fox News Wednesday night to defend the Bush Administration's use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" and dispute the findings of a Senate panel's report regarding torture. One problem -- he hadn't read the report.
With the 2014 midterm elections fast approaching and Republicans hoping to take over the Senate this November, Fox News has decided to once again focus its attentions on the right-wing's favorite conspiracy -- Benghazi.
No one puts on a better show of pretending to push back with stern looks while his words actually just open the door for Romney spin than David Gregory.
Mitt Romney told Fox News today that he did not talk about the troops in his convention speech because 'You don't go through a laundry list; you talk about the things you think are important.'
Alleged news anchor Bret Baier of Fox News is confused regarding Obama's eligibility, but he schooled birthers targeting Jindal and Rubio.