Donald Trump's second son lashed out at the Biden administration in an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, claiming there was "no energy" coming from the White House.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said Tuesday night that the Biden administration is not taking the gas shortages and the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attacks seriously.
The South Carolina senator told Fox News that GOP lawmakers would fight any Democratic plan to "abolish the filibuster and transform America."
The former New York mayor defended President Donald Trump who has been criticized for what he knew about the dangers of the novel coronavirus.
"I've known him for two decades," Hannity said.
While appearing on Tuesday's edition of Hannity, Senator Lindsey Graham also declared that "America first means to me now more than anything else, you kill an American, you're going to be the first we come after."
"And to my Democratic colleagues: Every commander in chief has the inherent authority to protect our troops in the field. He had all the authorization he needs," Graham said during an appearance on 'Hannity' Friday.
"It is ironic that a man accused of sexual harassment over the course of many years by many different women is being courted to return to Fox News by its most prominent on-air personality," Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky and Diana Falzone wrote.
Fox News promotes new "whistleblower" complaint in an attempt to discredit the unnamed intelligence community whistleblower.
The Fox News host said Stephens should not have taken at offence at being called a bedbug, saying: "If you can't take a little baby bedbug 'tap' you don't belong offering your commentary."
Hannity claimed Cohen told him he made hush payments without President Trump's knowledge.
U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's recent doomsday warning was rejected by the White House press secretary.
"Donald Trump has made a promise to the American people," Senator Lindsey Graham said. "He's going to secure our border."
"Sean Hannity and a few other people screamed fire. The president then fell in line behind Sean Hannity."
"I'm very busy with my office and traveling and doing my work," Melania Trump said.
No mention was made of Kushner's alleged ties with the Saudi prince.
"Where are the federal cases against any of these people?" Hannity said, referencing a long list of Democrats and Trump haters.
Words came in Hannity's opening monolog on Thursday.
Hannity dubbed Election Night a "massive win" for President Donald Trump.
The Trump campaign said in a statement that Hannity and Limbaugh were "longtime friends" of the president and "strong advocates" for his "America First" agenda.
Various Fox News hosts blamed Democrats for creating a dangerous political environment.
"I have been asked by so many people that I respect, please—the great Lou Dobbs, the great Sean Hannity, the wonderful great Jeanine Pirro," Trump told The Hill.
Hannity, who regularly speaks to President Donald Trump, said Mueller's investigation was "rocking our system of justice to its very core."
"None of the dossier, to Fox News's knowledge, has been disproven," Shep Smith said.