Fox News couldn’t be bothered to actually air President Barack Obama’s town hall on police violence but The Five cohosts had plenty of time to cherrypick his comments on institutional racism and whitesplain that it’s a thing of the past.
Symone Sanders was not going to sit still and let Dana Perino play the "but what lies has Trump told" game. She just laid them on the table for everyone to see.
Karl Rove blamed the press for Trump's disastrous press conferences in order to whitewash the Wall Street Journal's criticism of Trump's performance.
In some straight talk, Dr. William Haseltine took a sledgehammer to the false hopes pushed by Trump and Fox about the "miraculous" powers of hydroxychoroquine for treating COVID-19.
While Trump continues to push snake oil remedies, Fox News tries to support him while avoiding lawsuits.
Why would Fox "News" have the Trump administration take responsibility for the COVID-19 spread in the U.S. when it can blame China?
Perhaps because Fox News host Jesse Watters took credit for helping to win the War on Christmas, his cohosts on The Five found a new excuse to destroy the holiday season, this time with a war on Thanksgiving.
Former Fox News tv host and current Dotard Chief Economic Advisor rambles on that buying Greenland is not off the table for Trump.
USCIS Head Cuccinelli Refuses To Accept Responsibility For Horrid Conditions At Detention Facilities
Acting United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Ken Cuccinelli gave the Trump administration's stock answer to everything when confronted with their failures: it's the Democrats' fault.
In a Fox News op-ed, Bush's former press secretary tells presidential candidates they should definitely do Fox appearances, but "pull your punches" on Fox hosts.
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