Tulsi Gabbard believes Hillary Clinton made the "Russia" comments to derail her campaign and silence her for supporting Bernie Sanders in 2016.
Karen McDougal, the woman who claims that she had an affair with Donald Trump after they met in 2006, filed a defamation lawsuit against Fox News on Thursday over a Tucker Carlson Tonight segment in which he inferred that she engaged in extortion. It was McDougal, a former Playboy model, who sold her story to […]
A week after claiming that a statement supporting Russia in their conflict with Ukraine was a joke, Carlson doubled down on that support.
Tucker Carlson agreed with other media outlets and admitted that President Trump lies, but he was in no way trashing the president.
In her first televised interview since leaving NBC, Megyn Kelly weighed in on how NBC should move forward amid allegations of a sexual misconduct cover-up.
Carlson and Ingraham take shots at LeBron for his comments about Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey's Hong Kong tweet that started a firestorm between the NBA and China. Carlson claimed LeBron "showers America with contempt."
Tucker Carlson trashed Republicans for not falling in line with the president's decision to withdraw troops from Syria, taking particular aim at Lindsey Graham.
Tucker Carlson blasted Democratic presidential candidates for proposing mandatory assault weapon buybacks, while also shaming Walmart for its new gun restrictions.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson may be back from the vacation he suddenly took after calling white supremacy “a hoax,” but some advertisers are still AWOL. The loss of advertisers after the comments follows a months-long trend for the host, whose previous comments on immigration and women also made headlines.Carlson resumed hosting “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Monday, but commercial breaks were missing ads from a handful of previous advertisers like HelloFresh, Nestle, SteinMart, Calm and SoFi. As pointed out by Media Matters for America, those five companies are among the more than 70 that have declined to continue advertising on the show since December 2018.Also Read: Trevor Noah Needles Fox News Hosts' 'Suspicious' Sudden Vacations After They Say 'Something Offensive' (Video)The New York Times reported on the dip on the latest dip in advertisers, saying that a Monday night episode from August 2018 had 16 minutes of ads and 36 commercials compared to 13.5 minutes of ads and 23 nationally-aired spots this Monday. Of those 23, the Times said, eight were promotions for other Fox properties. The Times cited ad measurement company iSpot.tv.Also Read: Tucker Carlson Announces Vacation a Day After Backlash Over Calling White Supremacy a 'Hoax'Jeff Collins, Executive Vice President of Advertising Sales for Fox News, told TheWrap in an emailed statement, “Fox News is on track to deliver another record year in advertising revenue. Advertising budgets that were impacted have been re-expressed into other programs across the network.”He added, “We have devoted promotional time for the launch of our newest platform Fox Nation throughout our key programs.”Also Read: Tucker Carlson Says White Supremacy Is 'Not a Real Problem' and a 'Hoax'In March, analysis showed that paid advertisements for “Tucker Carlson Tonight” had dropped a whopping 61 percent since liberal group Media Matters for America unearthed old recordings in which Carlson made disparaging comments about women and minorities.At the time, TheWrap reported that Carlson remained the most-watched show at 8 p.m. in all of cable, but more than 30 advertisers had pulled their ads since December, when Carlson said that “an endless chain of migrant caravans” was making “our own country poorer, and dirtier, and more divided.”Similarly, the Times reported Wednesday that Carlson drew 3.1 million viewers Monday, the second-largest audience in cable that night, behind only his Fox colleague Sean Hannity.Read original story Tucker Carlson’s Ads Down After White Supremacy ‘Hoax’ Comments At TheWrap
Tucker Carlson calls white supremacy a ‘hoax’ and suggests it's a ‘conspiracy theory’ leveraged by Democrats during this election cycle.
Tulsi Gabbard appeared on Fox News and CNN to defend herself from comments made by Kamala Harris following Wednesday's Democratic debate.
Following in his father's footsteps, Eric Trump attacked the city of Baltimore and Elijah Cummings, then blasted the Democrats for politicizing racism.