The "Fox and Friends" host said that Trump has still yet to "show us how" the election was apparently stolen from him more than 14 months ago.
CNN's Jim Acosta claimed that the text messages read out by the January 6 committee meant the Fox News host were caught red-handed with their "b***sh**"
"As they echoed Trump, they primed the pump," former Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt said.
Ex-president's niece told MSNBC texts by Fox News hosts during Capitol riots suggested they knew "they were directly responsible" for violence.
Rep. Liz Cheney, vice chair of the January 6 committee, read out texts by the anchors as the violence played out at the Capitol.
"These workers literally dropped their hammers and were immediately unemployed," Kilmeade said. "A wall we paid for!"
Brian Kilmeade pointed out that "just because you voted for the president doesn't mean there's actual evidence" of voter fraud that would change the election results.
During the first presidential debate, Trump said far-right white supremacist groups should "stand back and stand by."
"I would say about 20 percent isn't—we don't have the enemy of the people all over, fortunately," the president said.
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade told Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley: "Don't call the Fox News pollsters fake."
"Well, it was a false report," the president said.
The president's son-in-law said "yes" when asked on Fox & Friends Wednesday whether China "owes us a check" and should receive an invoice for the damage the novel coronavirus outbreak has done to the American economy.
"I mean, that is unbelievable for him to bring religion into this," Brian Kilmeade said." ... To me, it has nothing to do with faith."
"I don't like the idea of people making John Bolton out to be a liar," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said.
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade said no witnesses would have been called and the process would have promptly moved past that without this development.
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade blamed the news media for the disapproval of President Donald Trump's actions in Iran.
Fox hosts Geraldo Rivera and Brian Kilmeade debated whether Trump's Iran drone strike was necessary on Friday morning.
Brian Kilmeade was shocked to see that the poll found that so much of the country favored impeachment, but also reported a slight increase in the president's approval rating.
In a segment focusing on Trump's sense of humor, Fox News personalities compared Joe Biden "getting in the guy's face" at a recent campaign event to the president's "entertaining nature."
Ainsley Earhardt and GOP Rep. Todd McClintock defended Trump's Ukraine dealings by saying Americans elected him to "be Trump."
According to Brian Kilmeade, the impeachment inquiry has done little more than devote the president's most earnest supporters even closer to him.
In a phone interview with Fox News, Trump praised Giuliani as a "great crime-fighter" and the "best mayor in the history of New York City."
Brian Kilmeade wondered aloud Thursday morning if someone in President Donald Trump's administration would "rein in" Rudy Giulani in the wake of the impeachment hearings.
Just before the third day of public impeachment hearings, Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade asked Trump not to tweet during the hearings the way he did in the past.
Brian Kilmeade made a weekend appearance on 'Fox & Friends' to claim Schiff was "trying to get political gain" by attacking Trump at an event in California on Saturday.
"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.