Stephen Moore said on a Monday segment of Fox News that if the middle class is disappearing, it's because they're getting richer, "which is a good thing."
CNN host John King called Representative Devin Nunes' response to allegations that he met with former Ukraine prosecutor Victor Shokin about the Bidens "horsesh*t."
An "annoyed" Harvard University student appeared on Fox News to complain about the "empty activism" of climate change protesters who he said ruined the Harvard-Yale football game.
"We cannot afford four more years of President Trump's reckless and unethical actions," Bloomberg wrote in a letter explaining his candidacy.
"If you're a believing Christian, you understand God's plan for the people who rule and judge over us on this planet in our government," Perry said.
Jeanine Pirro claimed Gordon Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union who testified during the impeachment hearings, is a "deep state bureaucrat."
"I've seen things written like he's gonna throw me under the bus," the president's attorney said during an appearance on 'America's Newsroom' Saturday. "When they say that, I say, 'He isn't, but I have insurance.'"
Fox News senior legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano has claimed that evidence presented by Democrats at the impeachment inquiry is "overwhelming."
Responding to a New York Post reporter who called Kellyanne Conway a "cheerleader" and an "enabler" of the president, the George Conway tweeted "She's both."
"The wall is electrified so that if anyone touches it, we know exactly what's happening. We can be there within minutes."
Appearing as MC at the International Press Freedom Awards, Smith also announced he would donate $500,000 to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Brian Kilmeade wondered aloud Thursday morning if someone in President Donald Trump's administration would "rein in" Rudy Giulani in the wake of the impeachment hearings.
While Trump seemed confident after Wednesday's impeachment hearings, Judge Andrew Napolitano said the Democrats still have a case.
In a Fox & Friends appearance, Eddie Gallagher's lawyer called Navy SEAL Admiral Collin Green a coward for trying to strip the officer of his Trident.
In a phone interview with Glenn Beck, the former mayor of New York revealed he fed Ukraine and Biden stories to reporter John Solomon, who was offered a job with Fox News in October.
After a Fox News segment on Laura Ingraham's show where a panelist accused Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman of "espionage," Vindman's lawyer fires off warning letter asking for a retraction.
"Was there a 'quid pro quo?' The answer is yes," Sondland said Wednesday. He also testified that "we followed the president's orders."
David Holmes said in a closed-door deposition that he was having dinner with U.S. ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland and overheard a phone call to President Trump.
Vindman "didn't really see how his rank concern came off to the rest of America," Ingraham said.
The National Security Council official offered a first-hand account of events.
"I come back and a soap opera is on," Watters said.
The Fox & Friends co-hosts said the American public is counting on Fox News to cover the "complicated" impeachment hearings.
Just before the third day of public impeachment hearings, Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade asked Trump not to tweet during the hearings the way he did in the past.
Neil Cavuto stepped up to defend his colleague Chris Wallace, who was described by President Donald Trump as "nasty and obnoxious."
A report from Quartz has revealed that seniors are allegedly being fleeced of thousands of dollars, which they traded for silver coins worth a quarter of what they paid.
"For a judge, you should know better," Juan Williams responded loudly, as Jeanine Pirro continued to shout over him: "I know a lot more!"
On November 18th's "American Newsroom", Katie Pavlich said that Joe Biden "certainly did something illegal" when he argued for the firing of Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. But the position was a popular one in Washington.
The claim from Fox News host Pete Hegseth is the latest conservative critique of the ongoing impeachment inquiry.
A former U.S. soldier who was pardoned by Donald Trump after being convicted on two counts of second-degree murder offered loving praise for the president and railed against his critics.
The president has lashed out at the network several times in recent months.