Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, said her husband will absolutely be at the scheduled debates with President Donald Trump this fall—rejecting the suggestion of some strategists who urged Biden not to give Trump the platform.
The Fox anchor took aim at the country's top infectious diseases expert after he spoke before Congress about limiting public gatherings.
Jesse Watters made the comments while asking Eric Trump if the removal of thousands of Twitter accounts linked to group is "an attempt to interfere in an election?"
"I said those are just absolutely the most frickin' crazy policy ideas I've ever heard," Representative Ted Yoho said Friday
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade told Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley: "Don't call the Fox News pollsters fake."
"It's not okay to use your diplomats to engage in industrial espionage," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said. "It's not okay to steal intellectual property."
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that while COVID-19 vaccines were good for the "longer term," he preferred the fast action of therapeutics against the infection.
Violent allegations of rape and and demands for a producer to become a "sex slave" are detailed in a complaint filed against Fox News Monday in New York federal court.
Jerome Adams told viewers that the government is "not trying to take away your freedoms."
The Stand Up America group accused Trump of having "no respect for the rule of law" following comments he gave to Fox News on Sunday.
"First of all, I'm not losing, because those are fake polls," the president told Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace.
"You said we had the worst mortality rate in the world ... and we have the best," the president said.
During an hour-long interview due to air on Sunday, the president was quickly rebuffed by the interviewer.
Roger Stone, former adviser to President Donald Trump, said on Monday that during the trial process "you find out who your real friends are and who the people are who never really were your friends."
"In this country we judge people for what they do, not for how they were born," Tucker Carlson said Monday.
Trump's criticism of Fox News and its correspondents has grown louder in recent months. On Monday morning, he called the network's contributors "a disaster" and said its programming is "so hard to watch" in a message shared to Twitter.
"Actions such as his cannot and will not be tolerated at any time in any part of our work force," an internal memo said.
President Donald Trump said his political opponent, Joe Biden, "hasn't taken any cognitive tests because he couldn't pass one."
In March, the host of Tucker Carlson Tonight supported the use of mask-wearing to prevent the spread of the virus and referenced countries like Japan, where they are widely used.
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The Fox News host also said Democratic Party leadership hated the U.S. despite wanting to lead the country.
South Carolina senator told Fox News that boosting infrastructure building and the minimum wage can help the U.S. economy.
The Fox anchor believes the death of George Floyd has sparked anger that has spread like a virus, saying, 'Minneapolis was our Wuhan.'
The conservative-leaning news network received a complaint from a former employee about the anchor in June and immediately investigated the claim.
The conservative Fox News host told voters to force the Republican Party to change and work harder for middle class Americans.
Flyovers are coming to a handful of American cities.
Chuck Grassley echoed one of Trump's frequent criticisms against Fox News by asking if the cable news network has any loyalty to the president.
The president's statement came as part of his response to a question interviewer Sean Hannity asked about the violence seen at protests throughout the country.
The Fox News host said it would be "tough" for the president to win re-election unless "fundamental facts" were to quickly change.
During a pre-taped, sit-down interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity that aired Thursday, Trump slammed crime in inner cities and said he's often thanked for his "law and order" approach amid unrest across the country.