Christopher Scalia said that his father, the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, put an emphasis on his friendship with his colleague Ruth Bader Ginsburg, even though the two differed on so many viewpoints.
"I mean, I don't even know what that is," Trace Gallagher said. "Four zeros before you have a four and then point three zeros nine... In other words, extraordinarily low."
Judge Andrew Napolitano, a judicial analyst at Fox News, countered U.S. Attorney General William Barr's reported advice to federal prosecutors last week.
The former Speaker of the House linked district attorneys who are "overwhelmingly elected with George Soros' money" to the cases of violence seen at Black Lives Matter protests.
"Dear Fox News," the vet tweeted. "Here's what happens after an ambush (left). Here's what happens after you've made a complete moron out of yourself in front of the entire world (right). Do better, dammit."
"I would say about 20 percent isn't—we don't have the enemy of the people all over, fortunately," the president said.
A larger percentage of U.S. adults say they believe the Democratic presidential candidate has the traits best suited for the job.
"I don't know how you can go from being so bad where you can't even get out a sentence—I mean, you saw some of those debates," the president said about his Democratic opponent.
Greg Gutfield told 'The Five' there would be riots by angry Democratic supporters if Joe Biden loses the election.
"I watch Liz McDonald," the president said. "I watched Lou Dobbs last night. Sean Hannity last night. Tucker [Carlson] last night. Laura [Ingraham].
Andrew Napolitano wrote that he sees himself a "loyal" friend but is "foremost" loyal to the truth.
The Fox News host expressed surprise that Trump would speak to the Washington Post journalist, and said that the South Carolina senator had encouraged him.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Bob Woodard's book about the Trump White House "sounds like it's not gonna be good."
Brit Hume said Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin "plays it straight and always has" on Saturday, after she came under fire for confirming a report that alleges President Donald Trump refused to visit a French cemetery where soldiers were buried.
"My sources are unimpeachable. I feel very confident with what we have reported," Fox News' Jennifer Griffin said after the president called for her to be fired over her independent confirmation of statements in the Atlantic article.
"You could either be a John McCain Republican or a Donald Trump Republican. But you've got to choose," the military veteran and former South Bend, Indiana, mayor said Friday.
Fox News reporter Jennifer Griffin claimed one or two of her sources had confirmed several details noted in The Atlantic story.
Carlson came under criticism after he attempted to explain the actions of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who allegedly shot and killed two people last week during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was shown as leading President Donald Trump in three swing states that Trump won during the 2016 presidential election.
The Fox News host played a recording he said featured a conversation between Chris Cuomo and ex-lawyer for President Donald Trump Michael Cohen.
The Fox News host has asked President Donald Trump during an interview about the dangers faced by the police.
President Donald Trump alleged on Monday that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was being controlled by "people that you've never heard of."
As celebrities attack Tucker Carlson and Fox News, at least three entertainers are risking he wrath of Hollywood liberals by defending the controversial host.
The Fox anchor was criticized for appearing to blame the authorities for the actions 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, who has been charged with murder.
The president's son alleged that the mainstream media is underplaying the administration's successes "because they want to shill for Joe Biden."
The Fox News host said he was "not running for anything" after it was reported that influential Republicans would support his bid.
Fox News' Chris Wallace said Obama's speech was a "heck of a contribution" to Joe Biden's campaign, adding that she had "flayed, sliced and diced Donald Trump."
"I would support all of that. That's what you want to do," the president told Fox News.
Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell appeared on Fox News wearing a MAGA hat and criticized the nomination.
Marjorie Greene told Fox News on Friday that once she "started finding misinformation" about the QAnon conspiracy, she decided to "choose another path."