Carlson said that no one knew what Juneteenth was before last year, while at the same time attacking Mitch McConnell for his comments on George Floyd’s killers.
The actor, who has Parkinson's, also called out the "senseless and cheap" treatment of disabled people.
Whoopi Goldberg and Meghan McCain clashed on "The View" after McCain called Goldberg "dismissive" during a debate about Mitt Romney.
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
Stephen Colbert spent a large portion of Wednesday's "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" monologue thanking Mitt Romney.
Republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh not only had harsh words for Senate Republicans following Trump's acquittal, but for the party as a whole.
Following Trump's lead, Sean Hannity took shots at Mitt Romney over the Senator's criticism of the president.
Giuliani praised himself for being a “legitimate whistleblower," while blasting his critics from both sides of the aisle.
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.
As the actress ends her run playing inept, narcissistic president Selina Meyer on "Veep," she's sharing her thoughts on the real commander in chief.
Conservative host, Meghan McCain, has been outspoken about her love for House Speaker Paul Ryan, and she defended him today on "The View", especially against co-host Joy Behar.
On Monday’s Full Frontal, Samantha Bee met a super-PAC fundraiser who contributed to the campaigns of Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, and Jeb Bush. When she heard who he’d worked for, she said she felt sorry for him.
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Mitt Romney continued his campaign to stop Donald Trump and read a mean tweet from him, which said, “Mitt Romney had his chance and blew it."
Matt Lauer sat down with former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney Friday on Today. During a speech Thursday Romney referred to the Republican candidate as a “phony and a fraud”. Romney doubled down on those comments Friday. “I think he would be terribly unfit for office,” said Romney, “I don’t think he has the temperament to be President so I want to see one of the other three to be the nominee. Now by the way, after March 15th, I think you’ll see it narrow down to one or two contenders opposing Donald Trump and I intend to support one of them.”
Hoo boy, what a day for politics it was, in the hours leading up to Thursday night’s Fox News Republican debate. Trump responded with a spirited torrent of abuse, starting with “I could have told Mitt to drop to his knees” when Romney sought Trump’s endorsement for Romney’s own Presidential bid. Exciting times, and made only more rousing by the Fox News debate, where Trump came face-to-face with his nemesis, moderator Megyn Kelly.