Conservative pundits rejoiced at reports of record Black Friday online shopping sales, praising the "Trump economy" for allowing shoppers to spend even more money this year.
"It is exasperating to many Republicans to see the party not loudly, passionately, and fully standing up for this president as the damn fools in Washington try to overthrow him," Dobbs said.
Fox News' Judge Napolitano said allegations that Trump sought help from another foreign leader to take on his opponent in the upcoming presidential election is the "most serious charge" he has yet faced.
Fox Business Network host and frequent defender of Donald Trump, Lou Dobbs, ridiculed the president's 2020 campaign chief for bragging about the establishment of a Trump "dynasty."
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.
"What do people do when they retire? You know, how do you spend a day? I mean, is bowling that interesting? Is fishing that interesting? I happen to love my work," Trend Macrolytics CIO Donald Luskin said.
Trump was commended by supporters for a disjointed rant against U.S. women's soccer team star Megan Rapinoe Wednesday after news reached him she's "not going to the f***ing White House" if they win the World Cup.
An 8-year-old girl who performs a "teasing" impersonation of New York Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has become the darling of conservative news outlets.
"They're just getting information from different sources that you are — that doesn't make them low information," Fox Business host Charles Payne said.
Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs and a former Trump senior adviser also pointed the finger at Mexico for what they claimed, without evidence, was its attempt to interfere in the 2020 U.S. elections.
"Denmark, like Venezuela, has stripped people of their opportunities," Fox's Trish Regan said, before receiving some updated information from Copenhagen.
"I can't for the life of me understand how it keeps America great to push people to the front of the line who have violated our laws," said Dobbs.
From foreign policy and taxes, to the Second Amendment and healthcare, the candidates didn't leave out many topics as a way to criticize Obama.
Each of the three lower-polling candidates in Thursday's "undercard" debate had plenty of zingers for the Democratic front-runner.
Expect more dustups as the field narrows.
Fox Business Network kept its November 10 debate more about business and less about "gotcha" moments.