Fox "News" was unprepared for the barrage of criticism for the debate it hosted, even from some people inside the tent.
Megyn Kelly showed why Donald Trump has been so afraid of facing her by completely owning him at the Fox News Republican debate.
After abandoning Marco Rubio, Fox News will host a debate where they will be powerless to stop the GOP from crumbling under Trump.
Anyone who doesn't live under a bridge has seen the disgusting way Donald Trump supporters speak to and about women. If you're a reporter, it's even worse. It's so bad now that women reporters from different networks and perhaps different ideologies are uniting against the hate aimed their way by Trump supporters.
Fox News is becoming a network at war with itself as Megyn Kelly and Bill O'Reilly are in a personal feud, and Donald Trump's victory is splitting the network into divided factions.
The Republican Party is tearing itself to pieces. The party's frontrunner (Donald Trump) and news network (Fox News) are in the process of destroying each other and turning the GOP into a pile of smoldering rubble.
Rachel Maddow and MSNBC are experiencing double-digit ratings growth with younger viewers while Fox News has seen their viewership decline by 11% with persons age 25-54.
Bill O'Reilly thinks he knows how to question Hillary Clinton, as though he is any better with facts than the Benghazi Committee
Fox News and Donald Trump have so little credibility that some journalists are openly questioning whether Fox and Trump are faking their feud.
The truce between Donald Trump and Fox News has fallen apart as Trump resumed his attack on Megyn Kelly and Fox News has all but declared war on Trump.
The real reason Fox News gave in decided to play nice with Donald Trump is that they were flooded with criticism from their viewers after Megyn Kelly went after the top Republican candidate.
It did not take long for Roger Ailes to realize his viewer agreed with Trump, and so he picked up the phone and surrendered
Despite the media's attempt to spin it as a fatal blow, Trump's feud with Fox's Megyn Kelly has not hurt him with Republican voters.
On Meet The Press, Donald Trump suggested that the Republican Party is full of deviants as he refused to apologize to Megyn Kelly.
The New York Times' Jeremy Peters complains the Fox News moderators had just one purpose on debate night: "Make them squirm"
The Republican Party is falling apart at the seams as more than 10,000 people have signed a petition calling for Fox News' Megyn Kelly to be banned from future Republican presidential debates.
The Republicans are circling the wagons to get rid of Trump and they scored bonus points for putting on a very public show of caring about misogyny. Unfortunately, they only care about misogyny when it's aimed at a Republican woman by a man they want to get rid of, which is to say they don't care at all,
Trump notwithstanding, the exciting stuff seems mostly to have happened around, not in, the debate, especially in biting Twitter commentary
Megyn Kelly managed to arouse not only Donald Trump's ire last night, but earned the epithet "bimbo" from irate Trumpites
Fox News was clearly out to destroy Donald Trump at the Republican debate, but they failed. Here is what Fox News tried to do to Trump, and why it all went wrong.