Appearing on Fox, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem praised Trump for his trade deal with China, while criticizing Democrats for the impeachment.
Former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized the House's vote on a war powers resolution Thursday.
Fox hosts Geraldo Rivera and Brian Kilmeade debated whether Trump's Iran drone strike was necessary on Friday morning.
"I don't see enough Republicans in that body turning on a man who's about to face re-election anyway," she says.
Fans seem to agree on most celebrity identities ahead of their unmaskings.
"Although I thought it was extremely inappropriate for a Supreme Court justice to appear in that capacity on Fox News the day before Trump's impending impeachment, I thought it was even more inappropriate for Tucker Carlson to modify the content of my tweet to reflect a fake blue check mark that I don't have," Amee Vanderpool told Newsweek.
Newsweek spoke to Lift Our Voices founders Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky about how NDAs are used to silence women and the steps their organization is taking to change that.
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"Maybe you give him a ticket and give him a summons to show up in court, but you don't impeach the president for this kind of nonsense," Democratic entrepreneur and activist Don Peebles said on 'Fox & Friends.'
"So much for Checks & Balances. So much for our 243 year Democratic Experiment," filmmaker Rob Reiner tweeted.
After issuing a joint statement in November, Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky, and Diana Falzone formed Lift Our Voices, an organization dedicated to supporting those silenced by non-disclosure agreements after facing harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
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Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez clapped back at her critics on Twitter after Amazon said it would be opening a New York office in 2021.
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."
Thingamajig may have asked judge Nicole Scherzinger on a date.
During Tuesday's 'Morning Joe,' host Joe Scarborough mocked Donald Trump's claims that he had legal scholars read the transcripts of his Ukraine phone calls.
"We knew all along that there was no scandal here, " the former White House press secretary said on Fox News.
Danny Elfman, the man behind the iconic music, dropped the bombshell in a recent interview.
"It is ironic that a man accused of sexual harassment over the course of many years by many different women is being courted to return to Fox News by its most prominent on-air personality," Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky and Diana Falzone wrote.
In an appearance on Fox News, lawyer Alan Dershowitz also said that the subpoena against Don McGahn will have "no substantive impact."
Responding to a New York Post reporter who called Kellyanne Conway a "cheerleader" and an "enabler" of the president, the George Conway tweeted "She's both."
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."
The judges stuck to their original guesses on a handful of contestants.
The fox was taken by Bloomfield Animal Control and will be tested for rabies by experts working for the New Jersey State Fish, Game, and Wildlife Commission, New Jersey police said.
The media company's effort to turn the popular phrase into a game show raises questions as to who owns what that the internet is saying.
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.
"There was no quid, and there was no quo," Washington Times editor Charles Hurt told Fox & Friends' Steve Doocy. "When there's no quid or pro, you can't keep saying 'quid pro quo,' even though I don't even know what that means, really."
Trish Regan said the House Intelligence Committee chairman had become the "chief storyteller" in the "fictional charade" of ongoing impeachment proceedings.