We all knew this was coming. After years of attacking Obama for this, the yappers on the crotch couch now love the idea of meeting with Iran with no preconditions.
Fox & Friends helps Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan attempt some damage control over the OSU sexual abuse scandal.
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.
Honestly, I think these people must have Highlights magazines in their studio's green rooms.
Trump's BFFs over on the curvy couch do their best to give cover to the farce of a House Judiciary Committee hearing held by Republicans the previous day, and for them to try to impeach Rosenstein in order to disrupt the Mueller investigation.
Ainsley Earhardt Blaming The 'Deep State' For Roseanne's Firing Isn't The Worst Thing About This Fox Clip
At this point, it's just a game of Wingnut Mad Libs, isn't it? But the absurdity of this is not the worst part of the clip.
Fox & Friends host Ainsley Earhardt asks if the reason Roseanne Barr had her show canceled was because of the "deep state."
Dana Loesch accused the media of hypocrisy for daring to ask why the first lady hasn't been seen in public for three weeks and then had the gall to compare their questions to the conspiracy theories her favorite network pushed about Clinton during the presidential campaign.
NRA spox and Fox regular Dana Loesch accuses the media of pushing conspiracy theories about first lady Melania Trump because people are asking questions after she hasn't been seen in public for three weeks.
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