Outnumbered co-host Melissa Francis insisted that Trump couldn't be trying to use his office to enrich himself, and therefore Congress has no need to investigate him, because Forbes reported he'd lost money since announcing his run for the presidency.
Fox's Melissa Francis: Trump Couldn't Be Trying To Use Presidency To Enrich Himself Because He's Lost Money
During a whine-fest on Fox's Outnumbered about Rep. Adam Schiff's upcoming investigations of Trump, his family, and his associates, co-host Melissa Francis insists Trump couldn't possibly be trying to enrich himself from his presidency, because he's bad at it.
When Fox News' Harris Faulkner asked Conway if Trump would reopen the government if Congress agrees on legislation without his wall, Kellyanne snapped, "That’s not realistic!"
No one corrected Outnumbered host Harris Faulkner when she opined over the possibility that 29-year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez could jump into the 2020 presidential race, even though she's too young to run.
No one bothered to tell Outnumbered host Harris Faulkner that you have to be at least 35 years old to serve as president.
Wow, even Fox News viewers must be getting hit hard with reality, lately. Chris Wallace spelled out actual truth about what Cohen's cooperation portends for the so-called president.
Donald Trump's interview with Fox News' Harris Faulkner was even too much for Chris Wallace.
Trump lamely attempted to pretend his "fixer" Michael Cohen was just some "low level" coffee-boy during a softball interview with Fox's Harris Faulkner.
Donald Trump has embarked upon a rehabilitation tour this week after the devastating outcome of Michael Cohen's case. Here he just brushes Cohen off to Fox News' Harris Faulkner as another "coffee boy" type who he charitably hired because Cohen "did him a favor."
Fox "news" continues to be in full damage control mode for Trump as the indictments continue to pile up around him.