Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson slammed Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a hypocrite Monday night, claiming the presidential candidate has "her own wine caves."
Fox News program "Tucker Carlson Tonight" had over three million viewers Friday night as he claimed Washington conservative think tank "no longer represents the values of conservatives."
"You truly represent what news media should be about," the congressman told Fox host Maria Bartiromo.
"It doesn't have to be an either or," Marc Short replied. "it could be both."
"In every trial that there has ever been in the Senate regarding impeachment, witnesses were called," Lindsey Graham said during Clinton's impeachment process.
On Fox News Thursday, former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders called President Donald Trump a "fighter" after he insinuated at a Michigan rally on Wednesday that late Representative John Dingell went to hell.
"There is a legal basis for impeachment because it's really a political judgment on the part of the members of the Congress," Andrew Napolitano said.
"The president's top advisers are not government experts, but the people he sees on television," Media Matters senior fellow Matthew Gertz told Newsweek.
While appearing on 'The Ingraham Angle' on Fox News, former Whitewater independent counsel Robert Ray said that President Trump's impeachment case "doesn't deserve" a trial in the senate.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said of Democrats during Wednesday's impeachment vote, "Imagine reading a political party's talking points verbatim every day of the year and pretending that it's news."
"There is an enormous amount we still don't know about Trump's history." A Newsweek interview with one of the reporters who went down a trail that would lead to Russian oligarchs, Putin, and election-interfering cyber-warfare.
"It would be a horror show for him," Trump told Fox News in 2014.
"Although I thought it was extremely inappropriate for a Supreme Court justice to appear in that capacity on Fox News the day before Trump's impending impeachment, I thought it was even more inappropriate for Tucker Carlson to modify the content of my tweet to reflect a fake blue check mark that I don't have," Amee Vanderpool told Newsweek.
Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson compared Senator Elizabeth Warren's past work as a bankruptcy lawyer to the behavior of "Mr. Burns from 'The Simpsons'" on Tuesday.
Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs called President Donald Trump's six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "elegant" and "comprehensive" while his guest Mark Simone called the letter the "Gettysburg Address of smear job false accusations."
Brian Kilmeade was shocked to see that the poll found that so much of the country favored impeachment, but also reported a slight increase in the president's approval rating.
"I asked you about President Trump," Fox News host Arthel Neville said. "Please stick to President Trump. He's the one who's on trial, sir."
"How impartial can it be when McConnell says, quote, he is taking his 'cues' from the White House," Chris Wallace asked Pam Bondi.
Led by a new high of independents who support impeachment, a Sunday Fox News poll found 54 percent of Americans want to see President Donald Trump impeached.
Trump claimed the conservative cable network is "trying sooo hard to be politically correct" by interviewing former FBI director James Comey and Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
"Look, I've had my eye on you," Alisyn Camerota recounted the former Fox News CEO saying in a piece for Vanity Fair.
In a rare interview with PBS' "Frontline," the former Fox News host recalled the backlash to her 2015 debate question.
"Maybe you give him a ticket and give him a summons to show up in court, but you don't impeach the president for this kind of nonsense," Democratic entrepreneur and activist Don Peebles said on 'Fox & Friends.'
"So much for Checks & Balances. So much for our 243 year Democratic Experiment," filmmaker Rob Reiner tweeted.
In a speech to Washington media museum, the Newseum, the Fox News Sunday host reiterated his criticism of President Donald Trump.
After issuing a joint statement in November, Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky, and Diana Falzone formed Lift Our Voices, an organization dedicated to supporting those silenced by non-disclosure agreements after facing harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
No, I will not "save it for later."
Steve Doocy said that the impeachment hearings are just a television program meant to turn Americans against the president.
Pence told Fox News that he was "not only confident" that he'd be on the 2020 ticket, but that he was also "confident that we're going to win in 2020."
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez clapped back at her critics on Twitter after Amazon said it would be opening a New York office in 2021.