The Daily Beast published a new poll this morning that appears to prove the existence of a frightening “Fox News Bubble.” It shows that nearly eight in 10 Republicans — 78 percent — who watch the right-wing news network believe Donald Trump is the most successful president in history.
Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday challenged right-wing White House aide Stephen Miller about the need for a wall on the southern U.S. border. He also confronted Miller about the lies he tells about immigration and drugs.
Fox News guests and hosts had a big laugh Thursday morning at the smaller tax refunds being received by millions of Americans.
Most working people who have filed 2018 tax returns so far have been surprised at getting smaller tax refunds — or owing more in taxes — after they had assumed their refunds would be bigger because of Trump’s tax cut bill.
The clips from Brett Kavanaugh's Fox News interview show him looking weak and unconvincing as he discussed the sexual assault allegations that have been made against him.
It has never been more clear that Fox News is making executive decisions for the President of the United States. Donald Trump watches Fox News for hours every day (and night) and there have been many stories about how he has been influenced by the conservative news channel.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell went on Fox News to whine about Democrats obstructing Trump nominees while forgetting that he spent Obama's two terms engaging in obstruction so severe that he obstructed a Supreme Court nominee.
"It gins up [Trump's] base and it may help him politically, but legally it’s of no moment. ... I think the Republicans over-promised and under-delivered with their memo."
On Friday, McFarland, a former Fox News national security analyst, said in a letter to Trump, "I am asking that you withdraw my nomination to be the U.S. Ambassador to Singapore."
"I have come to this decision reluctantly, because I believe in your mission," she wrote. A copy of the letter was seen by Reuters.
The Trump family is freaking out over Russia as Eric Trump tried to reassure his dad's supporters that everything was fine, but what came out of his mouth was a frenzied rant about the media, the 2016 election, and an unmistakable tone of distraction and panic.
The American people are smart enough to recognize that Trump is unfit, incompetent, and corrupt – and that's nobody's fault but his own.
By refusing to air this ad, Fox News is protecting its viewers from a reality they don't want to see and cementing its status as a propaganda network.
Fox News was not happy as Trump promised a major announcement and instead offered an how I spent my Asia trip speech.
Fox News has managed to find a way to blame Hillary Clinton for Roy Moore's illegal sexual contact with underage girls.
As the Paul Manafort indictment dominates the news, Trump state TV, a.k.a. Fox News, is ignoring the first embers of Trump's burning presidency.
The explosive news that the first charges have been filed in Robert Mueller's Russia investigation is putting the recent Trump-Fox propaganda blitz in a new perspective.
Trump mouthpiece Cory Lewandowski was on Fox and Friends where he demanded that the focus be on the "Clinton administration," instead of Trump. The problem is that there is no Hillary Clinton administration. She's not the president.
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.
It's one thing for Donald Trump's approval rating to be so low in a Fox News poll. It's a whole new level of embarrassment for the president that his so-called base is the reason behind it.
Disgraced ex-Fox News star Bill O'Reilly may have spent a career trying to take down people like Hillary Clinton, but this week the 2016 popular vote winner had the last laugh.
President Donald Trump said on Fox News's Fox & Friends that (note: mostly white) owners of National Football League teams are afraid of their (note: mostly black) players.
Claiming that he is friends with many NFL owners, Trump said, "They say, 'we are in a situation where we have to do something.' I think they're afraid of their players, you want to know the truth. And I think it's disgraceful."