Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz said that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp did not put the Republican Party "in the best position to win" the election.
The show premiered in January 2011, and airs live on Saturdays at 9 p.m. EST.
"It would be exceptional. It would be extraordinary to see any sort of indictment or anything this quickly during the time frame that matters," attorney James Trusty said.
"The Democrats are being sore losers. They refuse to acknowledge they lost the election," said Kayleigh McEnany in 2018.
"You can't just cut away from coverage you don't like," Carlson said Monday, the same day that Cavuto cut away from coverage of a White House press conference.
The Fox News host said that while he believes fraud allegations must be pursued, those that he said can be confirmed still might not change the outcome of the election.
"The state of play in America in 2020 for Republicans is not good," South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said Monday.
"Our system isn't what we thought it was," Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Monday. "It's not as fair as it should be, not even close."
"The American people have rendered their verdict and they threw Donald Trump out on his ass," Steve Schmidt said. "We ought to stop saying that 'if there is evidence,' there is no evidence [of voter fraud]!"
The president was previously cut off from the conservative-leaning news network on Thursday evening.
Sandra Smith thought she was off-air when she reacted to a guest disputing the election results.
Trump is not going to give up the spotlight without putting up a fight, and might take matters into his own hands.
Ken Starr and Fox News host Mark Levin blasted Pennsylvania for counting "illegal votes," with Starr claiming "to count every vote may be a crime."
One month after the New York Post labeled Trump "an invincible hero," editors from two of Rupert Murdoch's largest newspapers are calling on Trump to prepare to "leave office with dignity" pending "near-impossible" vote change.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump in several key states as vote counting is set to continue on Saturday.
A stuffed bear marketed to proud Trump fans may be getting more use these days as a source of comfort.
"We just haven't seen it. You know, it hasn't been presented," Bret Baier said.
The Fox News host claimed that financial backing from the two billionaires impacted on everything from district attorney and school board races to canvassing, saying it had a "huge effect."
"It's entirely possible now that some day soon, the news media will decide to shut this election down," the Fox News host said.
"This is the same group who abused power in 2016. I will be leaving soon and going to Parler," Bartiromo wrote in a tweet. "Please open an account on @parler right away."
Democratic nominee Joe Biden was expected to lead a blue wave—but things did not pan out that way and the conservative television network took some joy in mocking their liberal counterparts.
The anti-Trump group has targeted the president throughout his re-election campaign, attempting to persuade voters who might usually go Republican to back Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Pro-Donald Trump voters have turned against the network after it made the call for Arizona's 11 electoral votes to go to Democratic nominee Joe Biden Tuesday night.
"I would argue tonight that every American should be angry, you should be outraged," Fox News host Sean Hannity said.
The anchor took aim at the industry saying that it had not correctly predicted the outcome on election night.
"We have Newsmax on every single TV at the White House," said a Trump aide as prominent figures railed against Arizona being called for Biden by Fox.
Wallace also questioned whether Trump "literally" meant he will go to the Supreme Court to stop the counting of the remaining ballots.
Republicans react to Fox News prediction that Democratic nominee Joe Biden won Arizona's 11 electoral votes—the first for a Democrat in nearly 25 years.
The president criticized the network, the Supreme Court and his Democratic opponents in an Election Day interview.