Anchors on cable news networks make an awful lot of money. CNN’s Anderson Cooper makes a reported $12 million each year. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow also does quite well, pulling in $7 million a year.
At one point, Megyn Kelly was Fox News shining star. She was paid well and had huge ratings. She decided to leave Fox, however, to host her own show on NBC News.
That decision turned out to be an unmitigated disaster. Kelly failed to connect to viewers outside the Fox audience. And she was cancelled after making offensive comments about Halloween costumes that included blackface.
Slowly but surely, more and more Republican lawmakers have been willing to discuss the reality that Joe Biden won the presidential election. This was obvious today in the senate when a number of GOP senators congratulated Kamala Harris when she returned to the floor.
Speaking on “Fox and Friends,” Trump campaign official Erin Perrine admitted the campaign is still looking for evidence of election fraud. Her comments come the same week that the Trump campaign’s lawyers abandoned their lawsuit to block votes in Pennsylvania, the latest development in a flurry of legal failures.
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.
Donald Trump and some in his orbit still have not given up on winning the White House. In order to do so he would have to have the results reversed in at least one state.
Part of his plan would also include winning the yet to be called state of Arizona. And while that possibility doesn’t look likely, it is still possible. The state‘s Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich threw some cold water on that idea today, telling Fox News that Biden will win the state.
There are some at Fox News that think it is time for Donald Trump to move on and accept that he has lost the election. This was clear today when Neil Cavuto shut off Kayleigh McEnany’s press conference after she made baseless accusations of voter fraud.
There have been few newspapers in the country more loyal to Donald Trump than the New York Post. When Rudy Giuliani wanted to drop his crazy conspiracy theory about Hunter Biden, he didn’t have to go far. The Post was willing to take on the story.
According to a Fox News and the Associated Press poll, 63 percent of American voters believe the country is heading in the wrong direction. 28 percent of respondents said the economy was the single most important factor in their decision. 57 percent said it was very important.
Amy Coney Barrett is now a sitting member of the United States Supreme Court. Her journey there was quite disgraceful. Despite numerous United States senators promising that they wouldn’t vote on a justice during an election year, they somehow managed to confirm her in mere weeks.
Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection bid is not going well. With less than two weeks to go, he is trailing Joe Biden by nearly 10 percentage points. And rather than trying to reach voters closer to the political middle, he has begun to lash out as people within his own party.
Speaking on “Fox and Friends,” fellow Fox News personality Rachel Campos-Duffy said that while compliance with Covid-19 measures is “good,” it’s preparing children for “submission and compliance.”
Lindsey Graham is terrified that he is going to lose his Senate seat to Jaime Harrison, so he is begging for cash on Fox.
At one point, Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was flush with cash and ready to relentlessly attack Joe Biden. But by the time the GOP really needed the money, it was pretty much gone.
Joe Biden massively outraised Trump during the party’s respective conventions. In addition, Democratic senate candidates have been setting records raising money against incumbent Republicans.
“Fox and Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) wants to “create chaos” by invoking the 25th Amendment to assess President Donald Trump’s fitness for office.
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.
“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.
Brian Kilmeade, one of the hosts of “Fox and Friends,” says President Donald Trump should “clarify” his statement on white supremacy after refusing to condemn it outright during Tuesday’s presidential debate.
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.
After President Donald Trump failed to condemn white supremacy during last night’s presidential debate, Fox personality Pete Hegseth said Democrat Joe Biden won’t condemn Black Lives Matter, insisting that Trump has condemned white supremacy “time and time again.”