Nothing like comparing slashing the social safety nets for your constituents to a children's fairy tale.
You can add this to the list of things Fox would rather be talking about than Russia interfering in our elections, or how Trump is going to stick it to the very voters that got him elected by rubber stamping the Republicans' economic agenda.
Neil Cavuto promoted the Trump administration’s fiction that its budget did not break any campaign promises.
Fox "news" is still leading the charge when it comes to normalizing Trump and his administration's assault on the press.
Donald Trump’s latest move in African American outreach is to appoint a surgeon who thinks he’s qualified to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development because he has “spent a lot of time” in the inner city. And, oh yeah, he happens to oppose banning segregation.
Neil Cavuto Excuses Sessions Calling African American Federal Prosecutor 'Boy': He 'Did Look Very Young'
While discussing the nomination of Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions for Attorney General with Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Fox's Neil Cavuto buys into Sessions' excuse for calling Alabama’s first black federal prosecutor, Thomas H. Figures "boy," saying that when he looked at "pictures of the guy, he did look very young."
Trumpster Rick Scott Can’t Explain How He’d Replace ObamaCare For The 20 Million Whose Health Insurance He Wants To Destroy
Wednesday, Florida’s Republican governor, Rick Scott visited Fox News to cheerlead the destruction of ObamaCare. But when repeatedly asked by host Neil Cavuto how to “protect” the 20 million Americans who have gotten health insurance under ObamaCare, Scott could not answer the question.
Mark Cuban visited Your World Tuesday and had some very choice words for Donald Trump. Mark Cuban visited Your World Tuesday following the first 2016 presidential debate, and had some very choice words for Donald Trump. I can almost see those little hands shrinking now!
Fox host Stuart Varney was so smitten with Nigel Farage, Britain’s version of Donald Trump, Varney urged the British demagogue to become a permanent resident of the U.S.
It’s hard to think of anyone more discredited as a disaster-response expert than George W. Bush’s FEMA director during Hurricane Katrina, Michael Brown. But Brown is a conservative willing to criticize President Obama and that’s all the cred needed for Fox News.