The former UN ambassador told Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham that "what happened on January 6 was not great."
"Their new idea is this channel shouldn't be allowed," Tucker Carlson thundered on his Monday night show.
Curtis Ingraham was responding to his sister's tweet referring to Dr. Anthony Fauci as "Dr. Doom."
The Kentucky lawmaker told Fox News that he took exception to the sentiment about "liars" that Biden expressed in his inauguration speech.
The new president made a call for unity in his inaugural address on Wednesday and later signed executive orders.
"It was a call to our better angels," Wallace said.
"I stuck it with it as long as I could, and at some point, I realized I've reached a point of diminishing returns and I left," said the former Fox News host.
"They'll criticize President Trump but no one can argue," Fox News co-host Ainsley Earhardt said Tuesday, "he is a worker."
Sanders released a video of Republicans expressing fears the "socialist" will soon chair the Senate Budget Committee.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a prominent supporter of President Donald Trump's false claims of a "stolen" election, was photographed walking into a White House meeting with Trump while carrying notes urging the "martial law if necessary" on Friday.
"We need to not move away from God, we need to move closer to God," Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue said on Friday.
Last week, Ariel Pink attend the riot at the Capitol and shortly afterward was dropped by his record label, Mexican Summer.
"I know you always ask a hostile question," Joe Biden told Peter Doocy at a September 2020 press conference, "But go ahead."
The impeachment vote is expected to pass Wednesday with bipartisan support.
"Imagine that: you take part in one little insurrection to overthrow the United States government and suddenly you can't communicate, you can't fly on an airplane," Meyers said on Tuesday night.
The journalist and former Trump loyalist tweeted that losing the election "revealed a dysfunction I had refused to see."
"All presidents make mistakes, but the bottom line is to do a snap impeachment has real consequences," California Representative Devin Nunes said Tuesday.
The conservative network is facing competition from its liberal competitors and it the attack at Capitol Hill has contributed to the ratings win.
Twitter users believe Jordan bears a resemblance to Beavis while Gaetz has been compared to Butt-Head.
A wave of Republican politicians and conservative personalities noted their follower counts were dropping. Then Twitter confirmed it had taken down spam accounts and profiles spreading conspiracy theories.
Parler, a conservative social media platform that did not censor content, went offline early Monday morning.
The Fox News contributor and Parler investor railed against the supposed censoring of right-wing social media users following the attack on the Capitol last week by pro-Donald Trump supporters.
"I've seen the president be presidential before…but something is very different now," said the former acting White House chief of staff.
The California congressman demanded a racketeering investigation into Google, Apple and Amazon for their decision to ban Parler from their app stores.
"There are some things in some areas that I know we can work together," Representative Jeff Van Drew explained. "The way to do that is not to call for another impeachment."
"Be totally objective, anyone watching this must condemn it," Pirro said.
Fox News was the most-watched basic cable network for a fifth consecutive year since 2020.
"I think it is likely that all or nearly all of the Democrats will vote against us," Texas GOP Senator Ted Cruz said Tuesday about the GOP's planned challenges to Wednesday's Congressional Electoral College certification.
"Whether or not an election was rigged, it certainly feels like society is rigged right now," Will Cain said on Monday.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has denied claims that he participated in a coverup of rampant sex abuse while serving as a wrestling coach at Ohio State University from 1987 to 1995.