"But the lieutenant colonel says the transcript wasn't accurate," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade interjected
"I think that's farcical. There's no doubt about it. This lieutenant colonel was born in the Ukraine," Kilmeade said.
"He is from the Soviet Union, he emigrated here and has an affinity for the Ukrainian people," Kilmeade said.
"As expected, the right-wing will impugn someone's character," Senator Mazie Hirono said.
"Fox & Friends" host Brian Kilmeade aired his grievances Monday about the president pulling back U.S. troops from Syria alongside Kurdish-led fighters, saying America is "abandoning" its allies.
"When the Access Hollywood tape came out, [Trump was] calm, cool and calculated," Brian Kilmeade said. "You could argue that's more devastating than any of this."
The hosts of the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends criticized The New York Times article highlighting allegations against Brett Kavanaugh by Deborah Ramirez.
"Why are they doing it?" Harris Faulkner said. "Why are we seeing this play one against the other almost in terms of, you know, what the narrative is?"
"No, I'm not happy," President Donald Trump asserted. "I'm not happy with Fox."
"[Biden's] defending Obamacare, and being ripped by nine different people for doing it," Brian Kilmeade pointed out.
"Fox & Friends" hosts suggested that a better solution to raising the tipped minimum wage is to "work hard" and be "nice to the people" you're serving.
Fox & Friends and several Republicans blamed Hollywood celebrities and elite women of the media dubbed "The Matriarchy" for stirring outrage against anti-abortion laws and inciting anti-Trump "hate."
Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade dramatically referred to President Donald Trump's "reign" and how it will be marked by the construction of a southern border wall.
"Your kids come home from school, and there's 10 extra kids in the school, and they don't speak English," Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said.
Trump "actually gave his address to the stories of other people," Conway said.
"Might not want to do it, is it worth it?" Fox News co-host Ainsley Earhardt opined of the suggestion Trump Jr. could have a "great political future."
"It's amazing that he never let it go," Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said of Kushner's alleged grudge on Christie.
"Who here wants to weigh in on how we can start persuading those people that maybe didn't vote for him that this is the right fight?" Brian Kilmeade asked.
"I just think that will be another legal fight," Fox News host Brian Kilmeade said of a Trump potentially declaring the situation at the southern border a national emergency.
Trump's controversial decision led to the resignation of Secretary of Defense General Jim Mattis and Brett McGurk, the U.S. envoy to the coalition fighting the Islamic State militant group.
The trio of hosts on Fox & Friends were visually frustrated while discussing an AP story Thursday about a 19-year-old Central American migrant giving birth on U.S. soil.
The 'Fox & Friends' co-host, who is a staunch supporter of Trump, said he had "no idea" the $600 he spent "would be considered a donation."
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade pointed out a big worry about the economy under President Donald Trump.
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade wondered why Americans are so outraged over family separations at the border.
"With comedy, the victim should be powerful people," Brian Kilmeade said. "They shouldn't be Kellyanne Conway and Sarah Huckabee Sanders."
Trump is a fan of reading "passages," "areas" and "chapters" of books—not whole ones.