“They're just chasing after the base, they're chasing the base. They're not leading. They're not telling them things they don't want to hear.”
Former ESPN radio host and commentator Will Cain is the new co-host of “Fox & Friends Weekend.” He will make his debut on the weekend morning show on Saturday, August 15, alongside co-hosts Jedediah Bila and Pete Hegseth.In a Monday statement to coincide with the announcement, Cain said, “I am excited to join the team at FOX & Friends Weekend and look forward to building upon my experience in sports, news and politics on the number one morning show in the country.”Gavin Hadden, vice president of morning programming, also issued a statement: “Will has a unique ability to connect with an audience on a wide variety of topics and will make an excellent addition to the ‘Fox & Friends’ franchise.”Also Read: Fox News' Pete Hegseth Cheers People Defying Stay-at-Home OrdersMost recently, Cain was a personality on ESPN, hosting his own daily radio program, “The Will Cain Show.” He was also a common panelist on the morning debate show “First Take.” Prior to that, Cain was a political analyst on CNN, c0-hosting “In the Arena with Eliot Spitzer” and moving on to “Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien.”Cain is rounding out an evolving cast on the show’s couch: “Fox & Friends Weekend” brought Bila on to the show, which airs Saturday and Sunday from 6 a.m. ET to 10 a.m. ET, in April 2019.Read original story Former ESPN Personality Will Cain to Co-Host ‘Fox & Friends Weekend’ At TheWrap
On Wednesday, the co-hosts of “Fox & Friends” echoed colleague Sean Hannity’s Monday night chastisement of armed protesters, telling morning viewers that behavior “puts our police in danger.”“When people go to a protest with a big gun like that, it puts our police in danger and so much more,” said Steve Doocy after asserting that he and his co-hosts, like Hannity, “completely support people’s First Amendment rights.” He explained that at a recent protest in favor of reopening the economy in Michigan, the governor claimed to have seen Confederate flags and swastikas among the protesters, some of whom also carried guns.He rolled the clip of Hannity from Monday, which was even praised by the left-leaning co-hosts of “The View” Tuesday afternoon. In it, Hannity warned viewers not to attempt to intimidate officials or otherwise cheapen their message by flaunting weapons at a protest.Also Read: 'The View' Hosts Praise Sean Hannity for Chastising Armed Protesters (Video)“I think the average person watching the protests in Michigan is going, ‘I support the people’s rights to assemble and to protest and to carry guns,’ but at the same time, why did they have to bring the big gun to that particular protest?” Doocy mused.Co-host Brian Kilmeade agreed: “If you’re gonna show up with a Confederate flag or a swastika — I didn’t see any of that video — but it just squelches your message. Socially distance. Show up and let your voices be heard.”Echoing Sean Hannity, Fox & Friends scolds reopen protestors in Michigan who brought long guns and confederate & nazi flags to their rallies, saying "it puts our police in danger" and "squelches your message." pic.twitter.com/MgKw7kb5hr— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) May 6, 2020Read original story ‘Fox & Friends’ Hosts Join Hannity in Condemning Armed Coronavirus Protests At TheWrap
Vince Vaughn was seen speaking to President Trump during the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Monday.
Charlize Theron credits Gretchen Carlson and the others at Fox News who spoke out about sexual harassment with being the precursor to the #MeToo movement.
The "Glee" actress and singer broached the subject during an appearance Monday on "Fox and Friends," when she was asked to speak about her faith.
Tomi Lahren lashed out at a group of middle and high school students after they booed first lady Melania Trump at an opioid crisis event.
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The co-hosts of "Fox & Friends" defended the Trump administration after they re-allocated $155 million in FEMA disaster relief money to fund border security operations, including detention centers.
The "Fox & Friends" panel says Democrats are pushing fears of recession in order to oust President Trump.
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"Fox & Friends" co-host, Brian Kilmeade, took issue with members of congress who criticized conditions at border detention facilities, and disputed reports that children are being kept in cages.
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The "Fox & Friends" co-host denied that a crowd was booing the first daughter on Tuesday, despite footage to the contrary.
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Conservative political activist Cabot Phillips turned some heads on "Fox & Friends" Monday over observations he’s made talking to college students at Liberty University.