"Wherever you find this decadent decay, you're going to find Democrats having run the operation, or the city, the state, whatever it is, the county for decades," the right-wing radio host said.
"The deficit under Obama dropped by an average of 11 percent a year in his second term," Chris Wallace told Mick Mulvaney.
"When you're using faith just to tap into an audience, it doesn't work," Jonathan Morris, suggesting Trump does not pander in that way.
President Trump tweeted a quote by Fox News host Jeanine Pirro calling Mueller part of the "Deep State."
Donald Trump has appeared on Fox News over 60 times during his presidency.
Responding to Trump's tweet, Caldwell wrote that he was "honored" by the president's endorsement.
U.S. President Donald Trump suggested he is ready to unleash the full power of the American military on Iran and "they know that."
"Look, I've seen people with onset dementia, I'm not going to mock this man. He obviously shouldn't have been there."
"In a perfect example of the Fox-Trump feedback loop, it turns out that many of the GOP questions yesterday came straight from Sean Hannity," John Avlon said.
"Fox & Friends" hosts suggested that a better solution to raising the tipped minimum wage is to "work hard" and be "nice to the people" you're serving.
Carlson's opening monologue on Wednesday's Tucker Carlson Tonight opened with a rebuke of Mueller's appearance before the House Judicial and Intelligence committees.
Dozens of journalists invoked a classic snobby line of attempted high-brow crticism, comparing former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's "unexciting" Wednesday testimony to a book that's better than the movie.
"He has seemed very uncertain with his brief," Chris Wallace said. "He doesn't know – seem to know things that are in the report."
A fired up Rudy Giuliani railed against Robert Mueller prior to his testimony before Congress Wednesday, describing him as a bumbling "idiot" and even performing a Frankenstein-like impression of the Trump investigation leader.
President Trump said Martha MacCallum asked former 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Eric Swalwell "endless softball questions" about the upcoming Mueller hearing.
"I'm gonna say $15 to $20 minimum wage because of private sector prosperity," Larry Kudlow told Fox News.
"Attacks on women, attacks on gays, attacks on the dead relatives of your own residents across your own island," Smith said to Ricardo Rosselló. "Is it even safe for you to continue to attempt to govern?"
"That was the decision," Cruz said. "I didn't know Roger well, but I think it clearly is what he wanted to do."
"He is not a racist," Mercedes Schlapp said Sunday, right as Trump spent the morning tweeting attacks against four congresswomen of color.
Pirro's Saturday comments also raise the specter of whether Fox News will once again distance itself from its pundit's more extreme leanings.
Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, who represented Jeffrey Epstein, said of his accuser's lawyer that he is "going to beat him bad."
Fox News took on the social ramifications of Instagram hiding 'likes' in several countries, with a pair of live audience members fearing the move is "too politically correct" and "another way" to censor conservatives.
A guest on Fox News host Laura Ingraham's show accused Rep. Ilhan Omar of "pushing Muslims like myself into an ideological concentration camp."
"I love the tweet. If you don't love our country, get out, leave," Eric Trump told Fox & Friends.
George Conway is a prominent Trump critic, and wrote an op-ed this week branding the president a racist.
Kellyanne Conway extended Trump's "go back" tweets, demanding any Democrats who "disrespect" the flag or refuse to denounce Antifa should "get out" of America.
Former Fox News personality Clayton Morris has moved to a coastal Portuguese town, leaving behind dozens of lawsuits alleging real estate fraud.
Trump enjoys high approval ratings because he innures his followers to objective reporting. But his war on the media is now reaching frighetning new heights.
Trump used "an old trope that has been used against people of color," Harris Faulkner said.
"They simply do not meet the standard definition of racist, a word so recklessly flung around these days that its actual meaning is being lost," Brit Hume argued.