The Fox News host lambasted the lawmaker on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Tuesday in what many on social media referred to as a racist rant.
President Trump tore into Fox News in a series of tweets Sunday, slamming the right-leaning network for “loading up with Democrats” and forgetting “the people who got them there.”“Watching @FoxNews weekend anchors is worse than watching low ratings Fake News @CNN, or Lyin’ Brian Williams…and the crew of degenerate Comcast (NBC/MSNBC) Trump haters, who do whatever Brian & Steve tell them to do,” the president wrote.After commenting on the ratings of CNN and NBC, Trump dug into Fox News.Also Read: U.S. Soccer Fans Chant 'F-- Trump' During Live Fox News Segment (Video)“But @FoxNews, who failed in getting the very BORING Dem debates, is now loading up with Democrats & even using Fake unsourced @nytimes a ‘source’ of information.” He added, “@FoxNews is changing fast, but they forgot the people who got them there!”A rep for Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment.This wasn’t the first clash between Fox News and the president. In May, Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume was critical of Trump for calling out the network for hosting a town hall with Democratic presidential hopeful and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg.“Covering candidates of both parties is part of the job of a news channel,” the conservative analyst told the president.Also Read: Fox News' Brit Hume Claps Back at Trump Over Tweet About Network's Pete Buttigieg Town HallWatching @FoxNews weekend anchors is worse than watching low ratings Fake News @CNN, or Lyin’ Brian Williams (remember when he totally fabricated a War Story trying to make himself into a hero, & got fired. A very dishonest journalist!) and the crew of degenerate……— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 7, 2019…..Comcast (NBC/MSNBC) Trump haters, who do whatever Brian & Steve tell them to do. Like CNN, NBC is also way down in the ratings. But @FoxNews, who failed in getting the very BORING Dem debates, is now loading up with Democrats & even using Fake unsourced @nytimes as….— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 7, 2019Also Read: CNN Anchors Mock Trump Criticism of Fox News: 'They've Carried You Like a Newborn'Earlier in the day, the New York Times bore the brunt of Trump’s wrath. He was not pleased with the outlet’s Saturday article titled “Hungry, Scared and Sick: Inside the Migrant Detention Center in Clint, Tex,” in which they reported “outbreaks of scabies, shingles and chickenpox…spreading among the hundreds of children who were being held in cramped cells.”The POTUS was active on the social media app all day, tweeting or retweeting more than a dozen times on topics from prescription drug prices and the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team winning the World Cup, to, stock indexes and, yes, his plans for a wall along the Southern border.Read original story Trump Rips Fox News for ‘Loading Up With Democrats': ‘They Forgot the People Who Got Them There!’ At TheWrap
While she escaped sexual harassment, the actress made it clear that she was harassed and mistreated in a different way.
Though he declined to name names, and there was no corroborating evidence at the time, Trump claimed Dems leaked photos from Hope Hicks's closed-door testimony.
Jon Stewart responded to what Mitch McConnell said Monday morning about him and the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.
The "Insatiable" actress and activist caught wind of the “treason” comment and posted about it online, drawing tons of responses.
Rather than rebuke Trump's "oppo research" remark like some Republican lawmakers, McConnell claimed the latest uproar is the Democrats trying to keep the 2016 election alive.
The Fox News host gives the network's viewers a reality check with "10 instances of apparent obstruction of justice."
Chip Franklin displayed the picture on Trump's favorite network "in the off-chance the president’s watching."
The Fox News opinion hosts had finally had enough of Robert De Niro's harsh words for Donald Trump, and they had some harsh words of their own for the Oscar winner.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano has responded to President Trump’s weekend Twitter broadside against him, expressing some surprise to Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo.“This is the way you treat your friends? How do you treat your enemies?” the judge said while opening up the segment on Monday morning. “He wanted to divert attention from what Mueller had said about him and what I had commented about Mueller to his relationship with me. His relationship with me is not the story. He and I have been friends for 30 years and probably will be for the next 30 years.”Still, Napolitano characterized Trump’s attack on him as “brilliant.”Also Read: Fox News' Andrew Napolitano Calls Out Jared Kushner for 'Deceptive' Effort to 'Diminish' Russian InterferenceThe segment with Bartiromo came after President Trump denounced Napolitano on Saturday, saying the judge had turned nasty because he wasn’t appointed to the Supreme Court.“Thank you to brilliant and highly respected attorney Alan Dershowitz for destroying the very dumb legal argument of ‘Judge’ Andrew Napolitano,” Trump tweeted after a Fox News segment. “Ever since Andrew came to my office to ask that I appoint him to the U.S. Supreme Court, and I said NO, he has been very hostile! Also asked for pardon for his friend. A good ‘pal’ of low ratings Shepard Smith.”On set, the judge answered both charges — suggesting the president has mischaracterized the matter. Though Napolitano did confirm that he and Trump did have two separate 90 minute conversations in the immediate weeks after his 2016 election victory.A rep for Fox News did not offer any additional comment on the matter.Also Read: Fox News' Andrew Napolitano Says Mueller Report 'Might Be Enough to Prosecute' TrumpOnce one of Trump’s favorite Fox News personalities, Napolitano has increasing raised eyebrows on set for his tough commentary on the president’s legal woes. On his Fox News digital series, “Judge Napolitano’s Chambers,” the judge has bluntly called Trump’s behavior documented in the Mueller Report as “criminal.”“Prosecutors prosecute people who interfere with government functions and that’s what the president did by obstruction, where is this going to end? I don’t know, but I am disappointed in the behavior of the president,” Napolitano said last week.“If he had ordered his aides to violate federal law to save a human life or to preserve human freedom, he would at least have a moral defense to his behavior,” he added. “But ordering them to break federal law to save him from the consequences of his own behavior, that is immoral, that is criminal, that is defenseless, that is condemnable.”Just days earlier, Napolitano said in a different monologue on the same program that it was his belief there was enough in the report to “prosecute” the president — even though the special counsel declined to do so.Read original story Andrew Napolitano Responds to Trump Twitter Attacks: ‘This Is the Way You Treat Your Friends’ At TheWrap
On Friday’s "Fox & Friends," Rivera gave his thoughts on the current crop of 2020 presidential hopefuls.
In the wake of former Vice President Joe Biden officially announcing his candidacy for President, Fox & Friends and The View, had very different reactions.
Laura Ingraham spoke about Hussle's public memorial service, attended by thousands, on her show, "The Ingraham Angle."
Laura Ingraham called out Time 100 honoree Teigen for launching "vicious attacks on President Trump" and dropping the f-bomb.
Crowe will tackle the first major portrayal of the late architect of the cable news network, alongside a cast that also includes Naomi Watts, Sienna Miller, and Seth MacFarlane.
On Fox News Monday, Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez doubled-down on the Democrat’s decision to not hold debates on Fox News.
Fox Business host Lou Dobbs used a graphic showing that a recent Georgetown University poll had President Trump’s approval rating at 55%, and that was later shared by the President himself. The only problem is, that graphic was incorrect.
Rep. Ilhan Omar said she believes minorities are held more accountable for what they say while others have free rein to say whatever they like with impunity.