Dear Leader stepped all over his cheerleaders on state-run TV this morning.
Fox plays a recording of Trump's interview with The Sun and defends it just hours before Trump called it "fake news" in a press conference with Theresa May.
Donald Trump refuses to take a question CNN's Jim Acosta, calling his network "fake news" and turns to Fox's John Roberts instead.
Fox's John Roberts reports on Pruitt's 14 ethics investigations and possible violation of the Official Records Act at EPA, but barely scratches the surface of Pruitt's shockingly corrupt tenure at the agency.
Scott Pruitt, the swampiest Environmental Protection Administration secretary imaginable, has finally resigned while under numerous investigations. Predictably, Pruitt played the victim in his resignation letter and just as predictably, Fox News did its best to help him out.
Fox News Sunday host John Roberts asks Sen. Elizabeth Warren if she'll take a "spit test" to prove her American Indian heritage.
Just after this exchange, Trump ordered Sessions to do something.
It's hard to find a snappy comeback to the truth.
When a Fox News reporter mocks you, that's a bad day for the White House.
Fox News' Chief White House correspondent mocks the Trump administration for canceling today's oval office pool spray after Gen. Flynn plea came happened and claimed it was a scheduling mistake.