Even on Fox Business, there are some commenters who can't toe the Trump line. This is inhumane policy, separating migrant families.
Pete Hegseth defended Trump's immigrant concentration camps by telling viewers that kids ripped from their parents get to play video games and soccer. Oh, and they're fed, too.
CBS's Gayle King admits on the air she doesn't understand the distinction.
It's like down on the farm, security fencing, and also "You're not seeing what you're seeing, and besides, it's the Democrat's fault."
John Kasich is not in the mythic middle he keeps praising, but he pretends to be on TV.
The story is not going away.
Try as he might, Brian Stelter could not make reporter Brian Karem bend the knee to Sarah Sanders.
2018 may be "the year of the woman" but the Gender Identity politics had nothing to do with our decision to endorse these two from Michigan. Both have earned their progressive bona fides in their state houses, and are more than qualified to fight for families in Congress.
C'mon "Fox and Friends." You don't "debate" immigration anyway, the least you can do is spell it correctly!
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The Trump administration is separating parents from children at the border, and Kathleen Parker doesn't know what's happening to America.
"Reasonable Republican" Susan Collins put out a statement both siding with the Trump administration while simultaneously saying that the policy is inconsistent with American values. Pick a side, Susan.