"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt said Americans only want to "hear from the boss" as she joined President Donald Trump's campaign manager in applauding the end of "grandstanding" at White House press briefings.
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade blamed the news media for the disapproval of President Donald Trump's actions in Iran.
"Instead of caving, Iran is moving step by step out of the nuclear deal and in recent months it hit six ships, attacked Saudi oil facilities and set fire to the U.S. embassy in Baghdad," Chris Wallace pointed out.
The GOP senator said Nancy Pelosi "gave in" to Mitch McConnell, and that the "dangerous" Senate impeachment trial will end in days, not weeks.
Speaking with Fox News host Laura Ingraham Friday, President Donald Trump said his poll "numbers are the highest they've ever been" thanks to the "impeachment hoax."
In a Friday interview with Laura Ingraham on Fox News, President Donald Trump said the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, Iraq may have been one of Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani potential targets for attack.
Multiple Fox news panelists and commentators have joined together to declare that energy independence is the key to the nation's health.
"I just don't love bringing up the previous administration, just like I didn't like when President Obama kept bringing up President Bush," Brian Kilmeade told his co-hosts on 'Fox & Friends.'
Former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized the House's vote on a war powers resolution Thursday.
Andrew Napolitano noted that the decision also went counter to executive orders from two previous Republican presidents.
The Fox News host's strong opposition to Soleimani's killing drew 5.7 million viewers.
Fox News host Bret Baier said Wednesday that "Trump Derangement Syndrome" may be a factor in Democratic criticisms of President Donald Trump's action during the Iran crisis.
Holly Dagres, a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council, told Newsweek that the claim was "utter nonsense."
"This moment right now is on Barack Obama, not Donald Trump," Fox News contributor Pete Hegseth said.
While appearing on Tuesday's edition of Hannity, Senator Lindsey Graham also declared that "America first means to me now more than anything else, you kill an American, you're going to be the first we come after."
Fox News national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin said Tuesday questioned Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's insinuation that Iran was involved with the Haqqani terrorist group in Afghanistan.
The congresswoman and Iraq War veteran said the strike killing Iranian general Qassem Soleimani has endangered U.S. national security.
During an appearance on 'Fox & Friends,' Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy accused Democrats and Schiff of "playing politics" with Iran instead of celebrating the action Trump took last Friday when he ordered the drone attack on Soleimani.
"What's striking is how many people are willing to accept this uncritically," Carlson added.
Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson criticized "anchor babies" and complained that the children of "spies seeking to undermine our country" could be given U.S. citizenship on his show Monday night.
Co-host of 'Fox & Friends Weekend' Pete Hegseth suggested Monday that President Trump target Iran's energy production sites, such as oil and gas refineries.
Andrew Napolitano cited "new emails of people getting instructions directly from the president to hold up on the sending of the [military] funds [to Ukraine]."
Conway said critics of the president need to understand that the strike was in Americans' best interests.
"Why are we continuing to ignore the decline of our own country in favor of jumping into another quagmire from which there is no obvious exit?" Carlson said.
Friday on 'Fox & Friends,' Senator Lindsey Graham said that U.S. forces should target oil fields and refineries in Iran, not Iraq or Syria, calling them "economic targets that would crush the economy."
Fox hosts Geraldo Rivera and Brian Kilmeade debated whether Trump's Iran drone strike was necessary on Friday morning.
Calling the woman's actions "so violent," 'The Five' co-host Emily Compagno declared that the person who grasped the hand of Pope Francis deserved to be "choked out" by his security guards. "He's not Jesus."
"You have to give Bernie Sanders credit," Bret Baier said, noting that the candidate's average donation was "about 18 bucks."
Andrew Napolitano, a former judge, also predicted President Donald Trump would "give up building the [Mexican border] wall because the land on which he wants to build is owned by Republicans who won't sell to the government."