Fox News host Jeanine Pirro reveled in the "savage" infighting among Democratic 2020 presidential candidates and mocked former Vice President Joe Biden for touting his friendship with someone she claims doesn't like him -- Barack Obama.
Invoking language historically used to stigmatize immigrant populations, Ingraham likened letting migrants enter the U.S. to playing Russian Roulette.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham dismissed the arguments for slavery reparations during her podcast, saying: "It's called conquest."
"Tonight the president is clearly giving the mullahs an opening to pick up the phone and come clean and end their hostile behavior," Hannity said.
Fox News' national network has previously pulled Need to Impeach ads but the campaign has still been able to air them in the Washington, D.C. market.
President Donald Trump said on Fox News that his 2020 re-election campaign rally had a "special energy" at the event in Orlando, Florida.
New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is "angry and she's committed towards these radical ideas," claims conservative activist Kirk.
Coverage of Trump's Orlando, Florida rally showed cable news networks and the media appear reluctant to give him the same $5.6 billion of free airtime he received in 2016.
"Ouch, Fox News, you pledged to be there for him for better or worse," The Late Show host joked.
Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer suggested Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez owes "every Jew on this planet an apology" after she said the U.S. is "running concentration camps" at the border.
Trump's frustration with recent polls boiled over Monday night as he labeled Fox News "fake news" for discussing polling data showing him losing badly in 2020.
Julie Banderas claimed migrant parents are "using" children as "devices" to enter the country illegally.
"I think she doesn't know what that word meant. I think she used it incorrectly," Chris Stirewalt said.
"So those leaked polls were accurate you are saying but they were from three months ago—so they weren't fake news, they were old news," said Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy.
Biden and Sanders would handily beat the president in an election, according to the new poll
"The Devil never offered me anything, but now it's the Democrats dancing with him in their evil plot to subvert democracy and take down a president they simply hate."
The petition's launch came after an official federal watchdog recommended that Conway be removed from her post, citing violations of The Hatch Act.
"I wonder if he knew exactly what he was doing, the exact way he was asked that question and the answer he gave because time after time, he knows the media bubble and fizz like Alka-Seltzer in water and he is playing them like a flute," Hannity said.
"What they really fear is that Roe v. Wade might go away—this is the most abominable decision since Dred Scott v. Sanford," Fox News' legal analyst Andrew Napolitano said.
"I think you have to look at that if you're on the Trump team and say, you know, there are some messages here," Martha MacCallum pointed out.
Alveda King claimed people who are pro-life "can't be racist" in response to New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's comments on abortion and racism on Tuesday.
"Quite frankly, this boggles my mind," Tomi Lahren said. She argued that it's "a really sad day if it's in fact the truth."
Candace Owens, founder of the "Blexit" movement, said on Fox News host Laura Ingraham's show that welfare "socialized" black communities.
Some conservatives criticized the MSNBC announcement, while others hoped more members of the "ideological media" would moderate debates in the future.
Conservatives ruthlessly attacked Ocasio-Cortez for backing a Congress pay raise supported by top Republicans, claiming she just wants "yoga classes" and "luxury apartments."
Twitter's co-founder lambasted Fox News as far more powerful and destructive than the social network. But is he right?
Legions of "militant" feminists are ruining chivalry in the dating world and the workplace, opting instead to be "miserable," 'Fox & Friends' panelists claimed Tuesday.
George Soros, the billionaire philanthropist and Holocaust survivor, has "effectively intimidated people into not criticizing him," claimed Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
"These are baseless lies meant to stoke fear in their viewers," TJ Ducklo, Biden campaign's national press secretary, said. "It has no place in our public discourse, and anyone amplifying it bears some responsibility for giving it legitimacy it most certainly does not deserve."