The new batch of Trump impeachment evidence offered by House Democrats was dismissed by pundit Sean Hannity on his radio show Monday, along with a lawyer appearing on Fox News.
"Hats off to Mitch McConnell for playing this very well. We'll take the trial up next week," Graham said.
"This moment right now is on Barack Obama, not Donald Trump," Fox News contributor Pete Hegseth 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.
Newsweek spoke to Lift Our Voices founders Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky about how NDAs are used to silence women and the steps their organization is taking to change that.
"So much for Checks & Balances. So much for our 243 year Democratic Experiment," filmmaker Rob Reiner tweeted.
Intelligence Committee Ranking Member alleged to have been one of a number of people assisting Trump's attorney to help pressure Ukraine into investigating the Bidens.
On Monday's edition of "The Sean Hannity Show," Hannity said that Republicans should call Fox News' Mark Levin to the stand as a witness for President Trump.
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett on Monday called upcoming witnesses in the impeachment hearings "a bunch of pinheaded professors who are going to weigh in on Federalist 65 and the meaning of the impeachment clause."
First Lt. Clint Lorance told Sean Hannity that he had reason to believe he would be released after Trump was inaugurated.
Jeffrey Lord told Sean Hannity that "people out in America see this, shake their heads and they are disgusted" when they hear the actor criticize Trump.
"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.
The National Security Council official offered a first-hand account of events.
The Fox News host railed against against the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine in his latest defense of the president.
Before the impeachment hearings began, President Trump called Fox News personality Sean Hannity an "amazing warrior" for his verbal takedown of the proceedings.
Republican senator has told Fox News that GOP members should make their opposition to the proceedings heard, which he says are a "threat to the presidency."
In shows earlier this week, the Fox News host vehemently denied having contact with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo or anyone else from the department.
The Fox News host made unsubstantiated claims about the Bidens, suggesting the former vice president was part of a criminal enterprise.
I don't know what's up with the Fox poll," Hannity said. "I look at their poll, I'm like, okay, you're sampling—oversampling Democrats by eight points."
Conservative pundit Sean Hannity appeared to express disbelief about a tweet Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made in favor of Washington, D.C. statehood after the Washington Nationals World Series win.
"I would be a really rich guy," Donald Trump Jr. said. "It would be incredible."
The Fox News host defended the president over the contents of a phone call with Ukraine in which he used the phrase "do us a favor."
The controversial Canadian psychologist checked himself into a rehabilitation facility in New York last month after he started taking the drug Clonazepam.
Trump mocked the "con artist" journalists who win Pulitzer Prizes and conducted damage control after lashing out against Fox News during his campaign rally Friday.
Jay Sekulow told the Fox host that the second whistleblower could not add anything more because "it is not an impeachable offense, Period."
"If he had someone that stuck up for him, he wouldn't have been motivated to cover up that burglary," Geraldo Rivera said of Nixon.
South Carolina senator told The Sean Hannity Show that Attorney General should be speaking with foreign leaders about the Mueller inquiry.
Jewish philanthropist Soros has long been a favored bogeyman and target of anti-Semitism for the hard right.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes mocked Fox News' Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham saying, "you can tell they're still good TV friends because they keep smiling as they say awful stuff to each other."