Fox Hosts Waste No Time Attacking Michael Cohen After News Of Secret Recordings About Trump And Playboy Model
When news broke today that Michael Cohen, long-time fixer and attorney for Donald Trump, had a secret recording of a discussion about hush money to a Playboy model Trump had had an affair with, Fox’s Outnumbered show went right to work dismissing the news as unimportant and attacking Cohen.
Anthony Scaramucci delivered this spin with a straight face: Tough-talking Private Trump was also Merciful, Gracious Public Trump.
In an unhinged segment on Hannity's show Wednesday night, Joe DiGenova took a walk down memory lane to attack Leon Panetta.
Despite all the Republican browbeating, none of the four conservative cohosts on The Five could point to a single gotcha moment.
Fox News stacked its Outnumbered panel with five Trump lickspittles and no experts on national security in order to spin today's indictments of 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking the Democratic National Committee – by blaming President Barack Obama.
Sean Hannity, Trump's real chief of staff, is going to Helsinki with Donald. For Donald. Because their nightly pillow talk isn't enough.
If you’re wondering about the Twitter feed of Darla Shine, wife of Bill Shine, the former Fox News executive who just became a top aide to Donald Trump, think, “What would Sean Hannity, Donald Trump and Roger Ailes tweet if they thought only their white pals would be reading?”
Just another one of dozens of coincidences, right?
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.
Hatriot Michelle Malkin apparently thinks that only conservative women are harassed and threatened for their political beliefs and – while claiming to desire “a more peaceful environment,” sure sounded like she was itching for a physical confrontation.
Fox’s Jeanine Pirro developed a severe case of amnesia or selective recall Saturday night when she “forgot” the long history of liberal women being harassed by Fox News as she played the Conservative Martyr.
The hiring of former Fox News co-president and Hannity pal Bill Shine as deputy chief of staff in charge of communications not only furthers the Foxification of the White House but adds yet another abuser of women and men to Team Trump.
The public backlash against the hideous rhetoric of Fox News seems to be causing some discomfort and consternation in the executive suites. CEO Suzanne Scott now wants it to be a tad less hideous.
Sean Hannity tried to get ahead of concerns that the Maryland newsroom shooter might be a right-wing zealot by preemptively blaming Rep. Maxine Waters.
Kimberly Guilfoyle’s romance with scandal-plagued Donald Trump Jr. proves she has no more ethics or decency than she did when The Five cohost worked to cover up Roger Ailes’ abusive tenure at Fox News.