Hayes all but dared Fox News hosts to take the same stance against their own employer's vaccine mandate as they have with others.
“We are a big part of why those people are refugees. Helping them now isn’t charity, it’s doing the bare minimum.”
Omar accused “crazy people on the right’ of trying to spread fear about Afghan refugees inevitably coming to the U.S.
Bill Cassidy believes that opposing the bipartisan infrastructure bill, as Laura Ingraham does, aligns with progressive Democrats.
"Us Kids" subjects David Hogg, Samantha Fuentes and Alex King and director Kim A. Snyder open up about gun violence in America and dealing with right-wing attacks.
Trump’s lawyer was so bad that a GOP senator switched his vote on the constitutionality of the second impeachment.
On a day that the U.S. set a single-day record for new cases as the coronavirus spikes across the country, the president's son claimed the virus is under control.
President Donald Trump appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” Tuesday night, where he discussed his Democratic rival Joe Biden's mental prowess.
During an appearance on "The Ingraham Angle," President Trump attempted to defend the police shooting of Jacob Blake by comparing it to a golfer choking on a putt.
Legendary football coach Lou Holtz appeared on "The Ingraham Angle" to discuss the impact that the coronavirus is having on college athletics.
Multiple players and the players association have called for Loeffler to walk away from the WNBA due to her derogatory language aimed at Black Lives Matter.
After being dismissive of LeBron James in the past but defending Drew Brees, Laura Ingraham says every American has the right to speak their mind.
The "Grey's Anatomy" star called the TV personalities "tired out-of-touch old fools" after their controversial comments regarding the pandemic.
CNN host Cuomo criticized the conservative network's "constant division" as he hit back at a tweet from Fox News' Ingraham.
On her Fox News show Thursday night, Laura Ingraham made a coronavirus comparison Dr. Anthony Fauci was quick to correct and call “misleading.”“Laura, this is different,” the nation’s top infectious disease expert told Ingraham when she compared the responses to SARS and AIDS to the response of the current coronavirus pandemic.Fauci, who is a leading member of President Donald Trump’s coronavirus taskforce, explained, “HIV/AIDS is entirely different. We don’t have a vaccine for HIV/AIDS but we have spectacularly effective treatment. People who invariably would have died years ago, right now, are leading essentially normal lives.”Also Read: Kayleigh McEnany Calls CNN, MSNBC 'Shameful' in First Fox News Appearance as White House Press Secretary (Video)He further clarified, “SARS is a different story. SARS disappeared. We developed a vaccine, we were in the process of going through the various phases, we showed it was safe, we showed it induced a good response and then SARS disappeared and we didn’t need to develop a vaccine for SARS. So, I think it’s a little bit misleading, maybe, to compare what we’re going through now with HIV or SARS. They’re really different.”Ingraham’s line of thinking had been that “life goes on” after other infectious disease outbreaks, whether or not those have proven vaccines. She questioned why “going back to normal” was possible after the onset of HIV/AIDS and SARS, but not the coronavirus.Dr. Fauci has to explain to Laura Ingraham why Coronavirus is not like HIV pic.twitter.com/saYbY2Y5R9— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) April 17, 2020Read original story Dr Fauci Corrects Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on ‘Misleading’ Coronavirus Claim (Video) At TheWrap
Twitter, stepping up its enforcement of misleading and harmful coronavirus-related claims, required Fox News host Laura Ingraham to delete a tweet from 10 days ago that misrepresented details of an unproven treatment for coronavirus. In the now-deleted tweet from March 20, Ingraham, host of the cable network's "The Ingraham Angle," wrote, "Lenox Hill [Hospital] in […]
John Oliver agrees with Laura Ingraham about what's really going on between AG Barr and President Trump, but his feelings about it are vastly different from hers.
Laura Ingraham believes Bernie Sanders will win the Democratic nomination if moderate Dems make the same mistake as Trump's opponents in 2016.
In reacting to Sen. Mitt Romney’s lone vote Wednesday to convict President Trump in his impeachment trial, Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs compared the senator to history’s greatest traitors, while other Fox News hosts disparaged him for “preening.”“Romney is going to be associated with Judas, Brutus, Benedict Arnold forever,” Dobbs said. On Twitter, the host, who recently celebrated some major ratings wins, called Romney a RINO, or “Republican in Name Only.”Also Read: Fox Business Network's Lou Dobbs Marks His 100th Straight Weekly Win Over CNBCOther Fox News hosts, too, voiced displeasure with the Utah politician, who became the first senator in history to vote for conviction of an impeached president in his own party.In Fox News’ primetime Wednesday night, both Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham used the word “preening” to describe Romney’s action, which was preceded by a speech announcing his intention to vote for conviction. Sean Hannity, another Fox News figure with big ratings news this week, called Romney a “diminished figure.”Also Read: Sean Hannity's Pre-Super Bowl Trump Interview Scores Record 10.3 Million Viewers“The difference between him and Donald Trump is Donald Trump fought every single day, was tough and tough enough to win,” said the host.Romney gave his only televised interview about the vote to Fox News’ Chris Wallace Wednesday, just a few hours before the primetime analysis rolled in, telling the “Fox News Sunday” anchor that when it came time to make the decision, he had to follow his “conscience.”“I understand there’s going to be enormous consequence and I don’t have a choice in that regard. That’s why — that’s why I haven’t been anxious to be in the position I’m in,” he said at the time.The Senate voted to acquit Trump on both articles of impeachment against him Wednesday, ending the months-long saga that began when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry last fall.Thirty-four “not guilty” votes were needed for each article to acquit Trump. Senators voted 52-48 in favor of acquitting the president of the first article of impeachment — abuse of power. They voted 53-47 in favor of acquitting him on the second article — obstruction of Congress. In December, the House impeached Trump on both charges. The House voted on the two articles of impeachment, drafted by the House Judiciary Committee.Removing RINO Romney: @EdRollins says Mitt Romney is gutless for splitting his votes to acquit @POTUS and should return to Utah. AmericaFirst MAGA Dobbs pic.twitter.com/sYEhEGsq7n– Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) February 6, 2020Read original story Fox News Stars Rail Against Romney for Trump Impeachment Vote: ‘Going to Be Associated With Judas’ At TheWrap
Rudy Giuliani said he's "heartbroken" that his longtime associate Lev Parnas "lied stupidly" in accusing President Trump and other top Republicans of wrongdoing in the Ukraine scandal.
President Donald Trump shared his opinion on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's future plans.
As only he can, John Oliver offered rebuttals to the most common defenses of President Trump's dealings with Ukraine.