Fox's Lou Dobbs wasn't the only one who went "full North Korean News Lady" this week with praise of Dear Leader for the assassination of Iranian Quds Force Commander Qasem Soleimani.
Republican Sen. James Lankford told CBS Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan he doesn't believe Trump's a good role model for young people, but got a complete pass on how he reconciles calling himself a Christian while supporting a man like Trump.
Supposed Fox "straight news" anchor Ed Henry gave a half-hearted "apology" for his lies about the CBC's edit of the Trump cameo in Home Alone 2, and dismissed it as simply "being frivolous" during an appearance on this Sunday's Media Buzz.
Rep. Joe Kennedy weighs in on whether there's a possibility of additional articles of impeachment against Trump before he leaves office.
Media Buzz host Howard Kurtz, and his guests Mollie Hemingway and Susan Ferrechio did their best to help normalize Rudy Giuliani's unhinged Russian propaganda that aired on One America News last week.
Fox Business Network's Lou Dobbs opened his show this Friday with a monologue that looked like it belonged on North Korean state-run TV.
White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller served up a heaping helping of right wing projection on this Friday's Trish Regan Primetime on the Fox Business Network.
During this Wednesday's debate on the House floor, Rep. Maxine Waters reminded everyone what side of history she and her party are on during a fiery speech where she defended her early calls for the impeachment of Donald Trump.
The Republican CNN host warned Republicans that history will not be kind to them for enabling Trump and his corruption.
Is there a single Republican member of the Senate willing to put their constitutional obligation over party?
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul punted and refused to answer CNN's Jake Tapper when he pushed him on the ridiculous notion that anyone should believe Trump actually cares about "rooting out corruption."
If Trump's call to Zelensky was so "perfect" as he has claimed, why do he and the rest of his administration feel the need to keep lying about it?
CNN's Brian Stelter warns about Trump administration relying on the media to repeat their "misinformation and conspiracy theories." It would be nice if he could convince someone at his network to get them to stop doing their part.
House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler pushed back on CNN host Dana Bash's assertion that Democrats are causing impeachment to be a politically divisive issue when there's not a single Republican willing to vote for it.
FBN host Lou Dobbs and columnist turned Fox contributor John Solomon are very unhappy with his phone records turning up in the House Intelligence impeachment report.