Lisa "Kennedy" Montgomery of Fox Business suggested that muscle-enhancing steroids used by bodybuilders could be why CNN's Chris Cuomo—who is not a bodybuilder—could be behind his angry tirade at a heckler.
Sean Hannity stood firmly behind Chris Cuomo over the viral video of him taking on a heckler after President Donald Trump chided Republicans for supporting the CNN anchor.
"Help us annoy Chris Cuomo and buy your "Fredo Unhinged Tee" now!" the copy on the site reads. The shirt sells for $34.00 and purchases count as a contribution to the Trump 2020 campaign.
During a heated exchange with a man in New York City on Sunday, the CNN host claimed the name "Fredo" was equivalent to the "n-word."
Fredo Corleone, considered the weakest brother, betrays his younger brother, ultimately costing him his life.
The president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., shared to Twitter a clip of someone using Fredo as an insult during Chris Cuomo's CNN show.
After being called "Fredo," Cuomo used several profane words in a counterattack, even threatening to throw the man down a flight of stairs. Cuomo said it was like being called the n-word.
"You have to think about it! You have to think about whether or not you would support a racist! Really!"
"How did the guy get a TV show?" Carlson asked his viewers as he claimed sons of prominent Democrats get first dibs on top university places.
Former Vice President Joe Biden opened up in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo about his son Hunter Biden's struggles.
"Some of them… I don't even know what their raison d'être is for running," Bill Maher said of 2020 Democratic candidates.
"The trump base (mostly middle aged angry white males) are solidly behind him, but what about the burst of younger than boomers voters? Centrists? Independents?," CNN anchor Chris Cuomo said during a Twitter discussion on Trump's possible impeachment.
"How do you go bad on people who've carried you like a newborn for months?" a bemused Cuomo asked.
"Prime Time" host makes joke about claims Trump's businesses lost more than $1 billion between 1985 and 1994.
"It is incredible the actions he took. He absolutely needs to go," the California congressman said.
Citing her track record, the Democratic senator from Minnesota seemed to want kudos for her victories in Republican districts.
President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani criticized CNN and said the network should apologize for its coverage of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
"She never answers a question. She berates you. She is condescending," CNN's Don Lemon said.
"They won't apologize. Stop asking," Cuomo said. "[Carlson and Pirro] want to press the divide. They want to attack what most want to protect."
"And that is the great danger because everything he does plays to this base that is his way of staying in office, if he can stay in office and be re-elected."
Chris Christie, the former governor or New Jersey, said Democrats would "bring everybody they think they have to bring in," including the president's family members and close associates.
"Folks, Donald Trump is the president," Conway said. "It's been going on a couple of years now and get used to it."
"We've never seen that before," CNN's Chris Cuomo told Republican Representative Matt Gaetz.
CNN host Chris Cuomo clashed with former Trump campaign aide Steve Cortes over President Donald Trump's wall and a controversial Instagram post by his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr.