Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace sat down with the Russian leader to talk about special counsel Robert Mueller's probe, Crimea and NATO, among other topics.
Trump said it was “just out” that Obama administration gave away 2,500 visas to Iran ahead of the nuclear deal, a claim made in Iranian media.
“If Chuck Schumer is not willing to fix it legislatively, how long is he willing to stand by that policy if Donald Trump digs in his heels and does not change anything?” Steve Doocy asked.
“Liberals have seized on the separated children and turned the entire image into a political weapon,” Ingraham said.
“We’ve been separated for over nine months and respect each other’s decisions & privacy," Vanessa Trump tweeted about Trump Jr.
There was one criticism in particular that Fox News’s Sandra Smith pressed Rubio about Wednesday morning during a TV interview.
"Many of us have denounced what she said—which has nothing to do with our party, our movement, or our true beliefs,” Lahren said of Barr's tweet.
Trump cancelled his summit with Kim Jong Un but later suggested it could still go ahead.
An official newspaper blamed U.S. "hack media on the payroll of power" for insinuating that North Korea was pursuing talks to get an economic handout.
A Fox guest made the remark while discussing a revived policy that could gut funding to the healthcare provider.
Trump reportedly uses Hannity “to decompress” at night.
“Don Jr. and Kimberly are seeing each other and are having a great time," a source said.
“Why wouldn't you want your whole country to speak one language? Why is that bad? Isn't that the goal?” Carlson said.
"Jared is a fine man, you know that. But men are, you know, disposable,” Giuliani said.
The NYT published a list of at least four dozen questions.
"His word can never again get trusted given the fact that he consciously did not reveal this relationship,” Gerry Connolly said of Hannity.
"Maybe next time think a little bit more before you act or say something and just consider the person on the other side," Michael Brown said.
“Why is he going to media outlets that are fairly hostile to the president at this point?" Ingraham said.
As with other high-profile incidents involving violence in Syria that has been blamed on Assad, conspiracy theorists are calling the attack a hoax.
Tucker Carlson discussed the threat of pandas rather than the legal peril involving the president's inner circle.
"Their efforts are Stalinist, pure and simple," Ingraham said.
“This is not the graphic we are looking for. Hold off. Take that down please,” Howard Kurtz said.
Brian Stelter said the U.S. Mexico border crisis was manufactured.