Back in April of his year, nearly 70% of Americans agreed that it was time to pull troops from Afghanistan. There was strong b-partisan support for the measure and Donald Trump has repeatedly talked about bringing the troops home.
There are people on Fox News that are seen as hyper-partisan. Among them, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Jeanine Pirro, Laura Ingraham. Then there are the more straight news reporters like Chris Wallace, Martha McCallum and Bret Baier.
This has been a wild week for many Americans. But few people have had a more tumultuous week than Fox’s Chris Wallace. On Tuesday night, Wallace had trouble reining in Donald Trump during his debate with Joe Biden.
Both the Republican National Committee (RNC) and President Donald Trump’s campaign say they will oppose changes to the structure of presidential debates after the Commission on Presidential Debates announced it will consider making adjustments following Tuesday night’s debate, the first of the 2020 election cycle.
“Fox and Friends” host Steve Doocy says he’s against muting mics despite criticism of President Donald Trump’s behavior during Tuesday night’s debate. The debate was characterized by numerous interruptions from Trump, who at times appeared to be sparring with moderator Chris Wallace.
For hundreds of years, presidential candidates have held debates against one another. There is a set of decorum and rules. Sometimes candidates bend these rules, but very rarely do they actually break them.
Trump has been pressuring the Commission on Presidential Debates to appoint a friendly debate moderator, but instead, he got Chris Wallace.
On Tuesday night, a 17 year-old named Kyle Rittenhouse shot 3 people in Kenosha, Wisconsin, killing two of them. On Wednesday, the teenager was arrested for his actions.
While the exact circumstances of the event are unknown, Conservative media was quick to make Rittenhouse out to be a hero. Tucker Carlson claimed that his actions were necessary. Ann Coutler said that she wanted him to be the next President of the United States.
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.
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.
The right is outraged after Chris Wallace called Bill Taylor's impeachment hearing testimony damaging to Trump on Fox News.
Fox News spent some airtime, not defending Donald Trump on Friday, but calling his attack on the whistleblower misleading.
Appearing on Fox News’ Chris Wallace Show Fox News Sunday yesterday, Kellyanne Conway was asked by Wallace about the tape capturing last week’s altercation between a White House intern and Jim Acosta from CNN, and then circulated by White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and InfoWars claiming the “altered video” was not altered at all, because it is “done all the time in sports.”
Fox News personalities Shepard Smith and Chris Wallace got into a verbal sparring match on the air Friday over the topic of President Donald Trump’s responsibility for politically-based violence. They could not agree about how much Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric in his rallies might have caused the “MAGA Bomber” to mail bombs to more than a dozen Democrats and Trump critics over the past week.
Fox News host Chris Wallace slammed President Donald Trump on Friday for demanding that U.S. Department of Justice prosecute the person who wrote the anonymous New York Times editorial.
Fox News’ Chris Wallace slams Trump for his ‘disturbing’ demand to prosecute NY Times op-ed writer https://t.co/JRQV2cmlLk
It spoke volumes when Fox News' Chris Wallace was more confrontational with Putin than Trump was during their summit.
Even Fox News is starting to flee Trump, as Shep Smith and Chris Wallace told Fox News viewers that Trump is lying to them about the Russia scandal.
On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace said that Fox News does not like Trump's attacks on the media and that Trump's attacks on the press are worse than anything that President Obama did with his media criticism.
On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace confronted White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus with photographic evidence to dispute their inaugural crowd size lie.