"They want to fight the weather. The rest of us want to deal with real threats," Fox & Friends co-host Pete Hegseth said.
Donald Trump Jr. told "Fox & Friends" that the list of Trump 2020 donors tweeted by Rep. Joaquin Castro "screams of" the Dayton shooter Connor Betts' "kill list."
Fox & Friends host Ainsley Earhardt insisted President Trump's rhetoric is in no way tied to the country's most recent rash of mass shootings, instead labeling the shooters just "crazy."
"[Biden's] defending Obamacare, and being ripped by nine different people for doing it," Brian Kilmeade pointed out.
"I don't understand why people run and then they promise stuff and it never happens," Fox & Friends co-host Ainsely Earhardt said, criticizing Warren.
"He's not a racist, absolutely is not," Alveda King insisted.
"Wherever you find this decadent decay, you're going to find Democrats having run the operation, or the city, the state, whatever it is, the county for decades," the right-wing radio host said.
"When you're using faith just to tap into an audience, it doesn't work," Jonathan Morris, suggesting Trump does not pander in that way.
"Look, I've seen people with onset dementia, I'm not going to mock this man. He obviously shouldn't have been there."
"Fox & Friends" hosts suggested that a better solution to raising the tipped minimum wage is to "work hard" and be "nice to the people" you're serving.
"I'm gonna say $15 to $20 minimum wage because of private sector prosperity," Larry Kudlow told Fox News.
Fox News took on the social ramifications of Instagram hiding 'likes' in several countries, with a pair of live audience members fearing the move is "too politically correct" and "another way" to censor conservatives.
"I hesitated a minute before I started yelling because I actually think about getting up and throwing that man a beating right there in the middle of the room," Thomas Homan said.
"Someone's feeling very comedic today," Fox News co-host Jedediah Bila quipped.
"Fox & Friends" fawned over Nancy Pelosi Monday and offered rare praise of the House Speaker, even musing about her similarities to President Donald Trump's "trolling."
Sunday's Fox & Friends mocked low attendance at several Trump impeachment rallies over the weekend, with the president himself giving the hosts several shout-outs on Father's Day.
"Republicans should be appalled at their casual disregard for the law, the Constitution and everything that makes America great," Chris Truax, a legal adviser for Republicans for the Rule of Law, said.
Fox & Friends and several Republicans blamed Hollywood celebrities and elite women of the media dubbed "The Matriarchy" for stirring outrage against anti-abortion laws and inciting anti-Trump "hate."
"Don't hop on our channel and continue to put down the other hosts on the channel," co-host Brian Kilmeade said after Buttigieg criticized Laura Ingraham and Tucker Carlson.
The Fox & Friends co-hosts were appalled by the "disturbing" leaks of President Donald Trump's tax documents to The New York Times Tuesday, but hailed him as a "bold businessman" for reportedly losing more than $1 billion between 1985 and 1994.
"And the judiciary is the branch that decides what the law means, what the Constitution means and how it should be interpreted," the former judge continued, "rather than these threats about locking up the attorney general."
"The reality is President Trump's economy is growing 50 percent faster," Peter Morici said. "During Obama's time, inequality increased. Now inequality is decreasing."
"He had a problem with the media coverage, not the summary," Ainsley Earhardt said.
A Sunday "Fox & Friends" segment dubbed "Religion Under Attack" tied Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar's use of so-called anti-Semitic stereotypes to a rise in anti-Jewish attacks in the U.S.
"Here's some of the best of the best of Joe Biden," co-host Ainsley Earhardt said before playing a gaffe reel on the heels of his 2020 announcement.
California Republican Devin Nunes appeared on Fox News Wednesday claiming he is set to file lawsuits against several "fake news" media outlets.
"These candidates are so desperate for headlines they're going to the nth degree," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said.