"Congratulations to our extraordinary @TrumpScotlandteam!" Eric Trump tweeted about receiving approval to build a second golf course in Scotland.
"I think the markets have factored in this idea that the president's opponents will stop at nothing to try to undermine and ultimately destroy him," Monica Crowley said.
"It is a felony to ask for or to receive, to conspire and plan for, to attempt to acquire aid for a presidential campaign from a foreign government or foreign national," Andrew Napolitano said.
Carlson said viewers "know dishonesty when they see it" in dig at fellow host following views on Trump's alleged crimes.
"Whoa, whoa, whoa. What does that mean!?" Greg Gutfeld shouted. "Are you saying I got talking points, Juan?"
It's the president's go-term term for the investigations filed against him and his administration, and the impeachment inquiry announcement by Democrats is no exception.
The president's personal lawyer described his discussions with Ukraine, which he said came at the request of the State Department.
"What do you think that means?" Steve Doocy asked Congressman Doug Collins.
Tucker Carlson also defended President Donald Trump for pushing Ukraine to investigate the Biden family.
"It is a crime for the president to solicit aid for his campaign from a foreign government," Andrew Napolitano said.
"That doesn't look like good timing to a lot of people," Steve Doocy said.
The Fox News host also criticized 2020 Democrats for promising to "crack down on your cheeseburgers while flying across the country private."
"You're a grown man and you're attacking a child. Shame on you," ex-Schumer aide Chris Hahn said.
"They're writing books now. I mean, they're all getting famous off of this presidency," Stephanie Grisham complained.
Rudy Giuliani continued launching allegations of impropriety between Hunter Biden and the Ukrainian government Monday morning, even adding former President Barack Obama and liberal billionaire philanthropist George Soros into the conspiratorial claims.
Robert Jeffress, an ardent Trump supporter known for his anti-LGBTQ commentary, also denied the existence of climate change on a segment in which he appeared with the president of an organization identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group.
"When did this morph into an investigation of Joe Biden and Hunter Biden?" John Roberts asked Trump's personal attorney.
"They've got Catholic guilt and they're going to confession, but they just have forgotten about God, so they're worshipping the environment instead," Fox News anchor Melissa Francis said Thursday.
Earhardt's remarks come after the president was photographed with a wad of bills sticking out of his back suit pocket while walking aboard Air Force One.
At least 97 percent of scientists who regularly publish research focusing on environmental science agree that climate change is caused by human activity over the past century, according to NASA.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes mocked Fox News' Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham saying, "you can tell they're still good TV friends because they keep smiling as they say awful stuff to each other."
"I think 75 percent of conservative media... all they're doing is rebutting the lies told by Democrats and the mainstream media," Watters said.
The hosts of the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends criticized The New York Times article highlighting allegations against Brett Kavanaugh by Deborah Ramirez.
"There's a big difference between commentators and news, and we have blended those so that there is no difference anymore," Sanders said.
"If he wants to limit an investigation or refuse to cooperate with an investigation, that's within his Constitutional duties."
Laura Ingraham jokingly told Sean Hannity: "you handle your hour, I'll handle my hour."
Michelle Malkin unleashed a firestorm of controversy as she accused journalist Cokie Roberts of lying to the public just hours after Roberts' death.
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said sexual assault allegations against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh seeks to "undermine" the country's highest judicial body.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on a lengthy tirade against the media during an appearance on Fox News host Sean Hannity's show.
"I want to take everyone back to one of the earliest attempts at mass confiscation of firearms in the United States," Loesch said. "And that was Wounded Knee."