More Latino voters supported President Donald Trump in 2020 than in 2016, and “Fox and Friends” host Steve Doocy claims that calls to boycott Goya Foods products contributed to that support.
Trump claimed he will be doing a Fox and Friends interview weekly, but Steve Doocy said live on the air that Fox hasn't committed to Trump's plan.
Steve Doocy, one of the hosts of “Fox and Friends,” says President Donald Trump would set a “good example” by wearing a mask as the nation grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.
"I was with Al Gore the night the Supreme Count took the presidency away from him. Never thought I could be more devastated. Until now."
"I can tell you that the vast majority of all of our citizens, no matter their ethnicity, are fine, hard-working people, and now is not the time for us to be divisive."
"What I make of this is how bad things have become in America...it makes Donald Trump's point that law and order is out of control"
"Folks who identify as a gender other than their own born gender...they haven't found themselves, they've lost themselves. It isn't true."
"Can I question the historical value of this? It comes off to me as really drab...It's like you won a trip on Wheel of Fortune and it's to Venezuela"
Conservatives want you to believe that American history consists of the mighty white Northern European male imposing his will on a continent
During a week when both Tea Party darling Marco Rubio and Fox "News" nemesis Hillary "Benghazi" Clinton announced they are running to be the next President of the United States, it's instructive to contrast the stark difference in how the two candidates are covered on the Fox "News" Channel.
Fox & Friends wonders if students learned that the Qur'an says to kill nonbelievers, ignoring that their Bible says the exact same thing
As FFF is fond of pointing out, ratings is not truth. It's ironic that Ailes compares Fox "News" to 2 fictional channels and a sports network, the models of which Fox resembles far more than a "News" channel.
During Wednesday morning's broadcast of Fox & Friends, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck flipped out over comments made by Attorney General Eric Holder Tuesday when he stated Fox News was overly preoccupied with the use of the term "radical Islam" when discussing the Islamic State.
This past week on Fox, we saw fake apologies, complete flip-flops on how the network views terrorist propaganda, anger over movie heroines and quasi-racist country songs.
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released January's jobs report and, as has been the case for some time now, the news was good. The economy added 257,000 jobs during the month.
In the early running for single stupidest news segment of 2015, Fox & Friends brought on a conservative activist to make the case that Hollywood is emasculating the men in this country by placing too many female characters as the heroes in movies.
For the umpteenth year in a row, Fox News more wrong than ever: New Politifact review finds pundits spewing mostly lies.
Now we now know for certain what station Bobby "The Party of Stupid" Jindal watches. Jindal's repeating of Fox's debunked "no-go zones" myth is a perfect example of how crap spewed on Fox is repeated at dinner tables across this entirely too-credulous country.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning, retired US Air Force general and current Fox News contributor Tom McInerney claimed "political correctness" caused the terror attack on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in France and New York City's "communist mayor" would set the stage for another one in the United States.
The latest "blame Obama" crusade is reaction to the President's request for funding to train and outfit racist cops with body cameras.