Fox & Friends hosts joked about the global climate strike, but coverage immediately switched to the devastation in Texas, where two have died and the Houston area has received over 40 inches of rain in three days.
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said sexual assault allegations against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh seeks to "undermine" the country's highest judicial body.
"Fox & Friends" warned U.S. taxpayers will be forced to pay back billions in student loan debt. "A lot of people are paying back 1 percent a year which would take 100 years to pay back," said co-host Steve Doocy.
Former Fox News personality Clayton Morris has moved to a coastal Portuguese town, leaving behind dozens of lawsuits alleging real estate fraud.
Trump also defended his comments on Fox News about receiving foreign intelligence on a political opponent.
"Jesus is a superhero, not this superhero," said David Brody of the Christian Broadcast Network.
"It's a different world," Senator John Thune said.
"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.
"As it turns out, the president simply didn't like leaks," Fox host Steve Doocy said about Trump reportedly concealing notes of a meeting with Putin.
"Sarah, there were some discrepancies with some numbers," 'Fox & Friends' co-host Ainsley Earhardt said.
"Great job by Michael Anton on @foxandfriends," Trump tweeted. "A true National Security expert!"
Gosling plays Neil Armstrong in the upcoming film "First Man."
Partisanship has no proper role in the criminal justice system.
The president, who has a number of lawyers and legal scholars on staff, said he receives his legal advice from television shows.
President Donald Trump has hit out at U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his decision to recuse himself from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
"The president thinks that John Brennan launched the whole investigation, and now he's got a chance to do something. Boom, he did," Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy said.
"Clearly never too early to speculate," host Pete Hegseth said during the segment. "Which we're doing this morning."
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade wondered why Americans are so outraged over family separations at the border.
D'Souza was convicted in 2014 of making illegal campaign contributions.
The president made the comments in an interview with Fox and Friends.
The conservative television show eventually issued a correction long after the segment aired.