For a number of years, Fox News has been losing sponsors left and right. Thanks to constant offensive comments from Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham and Jeanine Pirro, the network is too toxic for most companies to touch.
It will most likely not matter in the long run, but Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is not going well. While his lawyers have seemed unprepared, the Democratic impeachment managers have been making concise arguments.
Last week had a number of major political events. On Monday, Donald Trump made a stump speech in Dalton Georgia. On Tuesday, Americans eagerly awaiting the results of the Georgia senate race.
On Wednesday, viewers tuned in to see the election challenge being mounted by Trump loyalists in the House and Senate. As the fight began, though, a mob of Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol.
Eric Bolling spent nearly 10 years working for Fox Business and Fox News. His departure was a controversial one. The long-time journalist left the network after he was accused of sexual harassment by multiple female co-workers.
Over the last year, Donald Trump has been moving away from Fox News. Sure, he has maintained relationships with people like Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Maria Bartiromo, but overall, he is unhappy with his former favorite network.
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.
Trump's news conference consisted of him taking just three questions. Two came from Fox News and one from One America News.