"We learnt that President Trump has ordered the U.S. military not to help," Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin said.
The president "recognized that sending American troops to Syria is not in the best national security interest of the United States," Andrew Napolitano said.
Joe diGenova appeared to view the president as the king of America and the impeachment inquiry an attempt to kill him.
Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen and "Fox & Friends" co-host Steve Doocy argued that Democrats are "conflating" two components of President Donald Trump's July phone call with the leader of Ukraine.
Jay Sekulow told the Fox host that the second whistleblower could not add anything more because "it is not an impeachable offense, Period."
"It is horrifying for President Trump to ask foreign governments to interfere in a U.S. election," Chris Truax, RRL's legal adviser, told Newsweek.
A large cast of Fox News figures and Republican lawmakers ridiculed the NBA for apologizing to China after the Houston Rockets general manager tweeted out his support for the Hong Kong protesters.
"Now, he's reading from it, claiming that this website hack job is an affidavit," Joe Scarborough said, playing clips of Giuliani on Fox News.
"Fox & Friends" host Brian Kilmeade aired his grievances Monday about the president pulling back U.S. troops from Syria alongside Kurdish-led fighters, saying America is "abandoning" its allies.
A poll conducted among Wisconsin voters last week showed that the former vice president had a 9-point lead over President Trump.
Donald Trump's attorney said "there's nothing wrong" with the president asking foreign countries to investigate the Bidens and denied knowing the former vice president would run for the presidency when he started investigating himself in 2018.
"I gotta tell you, you read these... it seems that Ukrainian officials and some top American officials sure saw a quid pro quo," Chris Wallace pointed out.
President of Judicial Watch says Senate Majority Leader should use his power to end "harrassment" againt Trump.
A former Republican congressman who voted to impeach President Bill Clinton in 1998 told Fox News Saturday that the current claims against Donald Trump are far more damning.
"We're fighting every day for the American worker," the first daughter told Fox Business Network. "That's our priority."
Kurt Volker, who resigned as U.S. special representative to Ukraine last week, testified to Congress this week.
Rudy Giuliani appears on Fox News again to talk about his mission as the President's lawyer to disrupt the world.
Ingraham was likely thinking of another lawyer on the whistleblower's team, Andrew Bakaj, who worked for Schumer and Clinton—as an intern nearly 20 years ago.
"They will give cover to crazies who crave violence, as other intemperate words of his have done," Andrew Napolitano wrote.
"When the Access Hollywood tape came out, [Trump was] calm, cool and calculated," Brian Kilmeade said. "You could argue that's more devastating than any of this."
"If Trump is hard to defend, what about conservatism you never-Trumpers?" Limbaugh said. "Do you not understand that conservatism is under assault?"
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai claimed the "Obama FCC" treated the internet like "a water company or Amtrak."
Impeachment proceedings, which began early last week, seek to find out whether President Donald Trump used his power in office to recruit help from foreign leaders in his reelection bid. Lahren thinks California leadership is spending too much time on the investigation.
The president's tweet calling the move towards his impeachment a coup is in line with his past rhetoric about the Mueller investigation and the FBI.
Peter Navarros argued that Democrats could be "more dangerous" than China, Russia, Iran and North Korea.
"I don't know any reason to investigate Joe Biden or Hunter Biden according to Ukrainian law," Ukraine's former prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko has said.
South Carolina senator told The Sean Hannity Show that Attorney General should be speaking with foreign leaders about the Mueller inquiry.
"They are blowing the whistle on corruption that they see and they're in that category because they fear they could be punished," Melissa Francis said.
"The president has admitted to holding up nearly $400 million in aid until he got a political favor, his word – 'favor' – from the president of Ukraine," Andrew Napolitano said.
Fox News host Mark Levin clashed with chief national correspondent Ed Henry as the journalist attempted to ask him questions about the Trump-Ukraine scandal.