The "hard news" Fox Host isn't impressed with Trump's displeasure.
The White Power Hour continues...
The former vice-president made it clear who he thought was to blame for rise in white supremacist-fueled mass murders taking place in this country. Trump wasn't happy.
He's in Dayton to "bring people together." At a protest, maybe.
Asked about the manifesto, Trump "pivots" to his own anti-immigration stance? Really, Trump should have said he simply agrees with the El Paso terrorist's views.
The White Power Hour stays true to form: I guess Tucker thinks there was no such thing as the KKK.
What's next, Mulvaney saying neo-Nazis aren't as bad as the Spanish flu?
Let's talk your favorites so far this year. And our fundraiser for C&L is still on!
Bazookas are very popular too.
How long will it take Trump to propose the same faux solutions?
Has Trump crossed a line even with Fox Business?
Trump's trade advisor Peter Navarro refused to address how bad Trump's Labor Department stats are. Which White House does he work for again?
Ted Yoho is a piece of work.
Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete did not mince words and said White Nationalism is condoned at the highest level of our government.
The Fox News host and his guests blame — wait for it — video games and social media for white nationalist mass shootings by white males.