The president tweeted a talking point made seconds before by a Fox News contributor.
The tears have been steadily streaming ever since Donald Trump's controversial press conference on Tuesday.
Media is constructing a "narrative" by "associating the president with these [racist] groups," Fox host says.
"Are you talking to the president? Is that the president?" a host asked excitedly.
As the GOP's health care plan failed in the Senate, Fox News raged on against Hillary Clinton.
Judge Jeanine Pirro is really putting her feet to the fire for the Trumps.
While CNN’s credibility rating among voters isn’t great, it’s well ahead of the president’s rating.
Fox News has again defended President Donald Trump and his administration, but won't name writers or sources.
Host Brit Hume followed other figures who suggested that even if collusion were proven, it wouldn't be a crime.
Many factors have been offered to explain Trump's freak victory, but new research suggests we need to add one more: television.
The Fox News host claimed she spoke to the president before he announced the decision to withdraw from the international agreement.
Trump has turned to Fox News to defend his son-in-law and adviser.
One woman says she was told: "I hope you choke to death and answer my fucking question first.”
Roger Ailes had "flaws," "sins," "misdeeds," and "imperfections," according to the Right.
Ailes died of a brain injury, but O’Reilly blamed his enemies’ “brutal hatred” for his passing.
Ailes, a founder of Fox News, was 77 when he died.