Following President Trump's interview on "Fox and Friends," the internet latched on to the president’s shocking confession concerning his former attorney Michael Cohen and the former adult-film actress Stormy Daniels.
What began with all smiles on "Fox & Friends" ended with three grim-faced hosts trying to get a word in edgewise, as President Trump, his voice raised and hoarse, blared past any questions they were asking.
There aren't many things about Robert Mueller's investigation into Donald Trump that bring a smile to anyone's face, but Monday's latest twist in the tale was an occasion for big grins, high-fives, and hearty guffaws.
Jimmy Kimmel got blasted by Team Trump this morning. Fox & Friends , otherwise known as the influential morning show that gives President Donald Trump his morning briefing, savaged the ABC star over his monologue jokes jokes about the White House Easter Egg Roll. “A dagger to the heart” of immigrants is how show co-host Ainsley Earhardt and Fox News commentator Rachel Campos-Duffy described Kimmel’s crack that Guillermo could become First Lady. That after Kimmel imitated M…
Fox News personalities like Laura Ingraham push and push and push the edge of what is indecent outrage, and when they go over the line and start being punished for it, they fold.
A caricature of Sanders sends Fox into paroxysms of pain and hurt feelings that it can use for a 24-hour news cycle: let's call it "weaponized snowflaking."
Hosts Brian Kilmeade, Leland Vittert, and Lisa Boothe criticized former President Barack Obama and others who have objected to President Trump and the Republican agenda.
Fox News finished out 2017 as the most-watched basic cable channel for the second year in a row — and as the most influential purveyor of fake news.
On "Last Week Tonight," John Oliver showed commercials starring "the Catheter Cowboy" that he plans to air on "Fox and Friends."
Kathy Griffin did a very stupid thing. Once the Griffin photo went viral and elicited a strongly negative reaction, Griffin issued an apology that seemed as false as her hair color. On Tuesday morning, they were almost weeping with outrage and sorrow on “Fox and Friends.”
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly went on Fox & Friends to talk about his new book, “Old School: Life in the Sane Lane,” but it was his remarks about Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., that are getting him the most attention, and not the good kind. After the hosts played footage of Waters giving an impassioned speech on the House floor, O’Reilly said, “I didn’t hear a word she said. Many people, including celebrities like Sophia Bush, took to Twitter to share their outrage over what a lot of people felt were racist and misogynistic comments by O’Reilly.
Donald Trump has been the butt of a lot of jokes this awards season, and Sunday night’s Oscars ceremony was no different. Host Jimmy Kimmel took shots at Trump, even using Trump’s favorite form of communication, Twitter, to send a shout-out live on stage. Trump also claimed that he did much better than past Republican candidates with Hispanic and African American voters.
Tuesday morning on Fox & Friends, hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade skipped school and took a little field trip to the White House, where President Donald Trump invited them into the East Room to sit on chairs beneath a portrait of George Washington and ask him a few questions. Pressed together, asking questions in the same tone, the Fox News co-hosts were like Huey, Dewy, and Louie interrogating Donald Duck.
Tired of reporters telling you Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are neck-and-neck in the polls? Well, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, currently on tour and filling arenas nightly with a new show called “Perfectly Unbalanced,” has a pretty good idea who he thinks the next President will be, even before the Republican and Democratic conventions are held. Performing Saturday night at the BB&T Arena in Northern Kentucky University with his famous puppets including Achmed the Dead Terrorist and grumpy Walter, the immensely popular ventriloquist has a nightly ritual.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was on Fox & Friends and discussed the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Beyoncé’s performance has received praise and criticism for its imagery paying tribute to the Black Panther Party and the Black Lives Matter movement. “This is football, not Hollywood, and I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers who are the people who protect her and protect us and keep us alive,” Giuliani said.
On Fox and Friends, hosts Scott Brown and Brian Kilmeade tried taking retired Navy SEAL Derrick Van Orden's 'manhood' test by tying ties and changing car tires. The problem was the men needed help with their ties and got tied up when it came to changing the tire after the car slid forward on the jack. "This is why I have a AAA card. 'Hi, I'm stuck,'" Kilmeade joked as the car nearly fell to the ground. But, give credit to Kilmeade, he knew he bungled it and even owned up to his own shortcomings saying, "I kind of failed at the manhood thing… I'm a man in training."