In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Donald Trump aggressively pushed the drug hydroxychloroquine. Doctors suggested that, at best, the drug was useless and at worst, the treatment could be dangerous.
Eric Spinato, who worked as the head booker and senior story editor for Fox Business, died Sunday of Covid-19.
“I’m so broken and lost for words,” Spinato’s brother, Dean Spinato, wrote on Instagram. “This man was an amazing father, brother and friend. I’m sorry to say this but this day broke me hard. I will make you proud for the rest of my life.”
A year ago, Trish Regan, then a host on Fox Business, accused Democrats of politicizing Covid-19, which at the time was responsible for just 26 deaths across the United States. Now, as the nation engages in the largest global vaccination effort in modern history, Regan’s remarks look even more foolish––and dangerous. According to data from the Johns Hopkins University of Medicine, the death toll currently stands at 529,269 Americans.
Donald Trump has a lot of supporters in conservative cable news, but few defend the ex-President more than Lou Dobbs.
The Fox Business host welcomed Trump lawyer David Schoen onto his program Wednesday to discuss the upcoming impeachment hearings.
Activists have been talking about systemic racism for a number of years. But the problem came to a head in 2020 thanks to the killing of George Floyd. Following that incident, politicians became much more comfortable talking about the problem and how to combat it.
When Donald Trump was seeking the Republican nomination in 2016, Lindsey Graham delivered a warning to his party. “If we nominate Donald Trump,” the South Carolina senator tweeted, “we will get destroyed and we will deserve it.”
Donald Trump will soon be out of the White House. He will, however, loom over the party for years to come. With Joe Biden in control, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy are trying to keep their houses in order.
The ideas and actions of Donald Trump have become more and more difficult to defend over the last 4 years. And the behavior of the president has just gotten worse and worse.
Wednesday represented a new low. In the morning the president spoke to a mob of his supporters and encouraged them to fight for him. The Trump fans responded in kind and stormed the US Capitol.
During the morning and afternoon, most of the Fox network anchors discuss Joe Biden as the “President-Elect.” But once 6:00 comes, many of the Fox personalities will tell you that Donald Trump still has a chance at winning the election.
In the days of Donald Trump, the Republican party has been more and more willing to buy into conspiracy theories. From climate denial to QAnon congresswomen to climate denial to Burisma, nothing has seemed out of bounds.
Trump admitted that he is trying to stop mail-in votes from being counted with USPS sabotage during a Thursday Fox Business interview.
A Republican senator has categorically ruled out delaying the presidential election following Donald Trump’s tweet on the subject Thursday morning, causing widespread condemnation.
Wyoming Senator John Barrasso told Fox Business that the election would not be delayed. He repeated his position several times as host Stuart Varney pushed him on mail-in ballots.
Trump said that everything is going to go well with the coronavirus because it is just going to sort of disappear.
Donald Trump has suggested that Barack Obama and Joe Biden should be in prison. The President blamed the two Democrats for conspiring against him as part of the “Obamagate” conspiracy theory.
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.
Donald Trump Jr. made a clear threat to moderate Senate Republicans and warned them against voting for witnesses outside of the Biden conspiracy theory.
It's been a long time since Fox Business Network's Lou Dobbs stopped pretending to be an actual journalist, but his interview with Donald Trump on Wednesday was one of the most appalling displays of propaganda ever televised.
Trump declining mental state was evident when he was asked about tax cuts for high-income earners, and he melted down into babbling about a ring Bob Kraft gave him.
During an interview on Fox Business, Donald Trump tried to hide behind John Kelly but only made things worse for himself.
In a single answer to Fox Business, Donald Trump revealed that he is totally delusional.