The Fox News host said the president had benefited from vaccines made possible by Donald Trump's Operation Warp Speed.
The Fox News anchor gave his take on the congressional committee probe into the U.S. Capitol riots, leaving out the part where he texted Mark Meadows.
A woman was reported to have collapsed at a McDonald's after picking up a dollar, she claimed, was perhaps coated in fentanyl.
The Republican said that "liberal ideology" had now become a "complicated cult" seeking to impose its views on the country.
The law expert questioned why conservatives backed the ruling Friday but oppose the court making what could be deemed policy decisions in other cases.
Fox News' Sean Hannity claimed CBS' Young Sheldon beat the Jan 6 Hearing in ratings on Thursday June 9, during his show.
Last week, Fox News' Tucker Carlson called the January 6 hearing a "show trial" and dismissed its importance.
As Fox personalities like Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham "echoed Trump," they "created that space" for Capitol riot, Stirewalt said in December.
Allies of the former president say the public is more interested in rising gas prices and baby formula shortage than the first Capitol attack report.
The network's live coverage of Thursday's proceedings will instead be shown on Fox Business Network, which averages significantly lower ratings.
Goldberg said she is going to "punch somebody" if another Republican offers thoughts and prayers for mass shootings.
The insurgent candidate has blamed Sean Hannity for her loss. The Fox News host says Kathy Barnette needs to answer questions.
The GOP Senator was previously mocked after he apologized for calling the Capitol riot a "violent terrorist attack."
The former presidential candidate slammed the creation of a new bureau to monitor online disinformation.
Piers Morgan explained he edited the promo video just as Trump supposedly edited previews of Celebrity Apprentice for more excitement.
"They've weaponized law enforcement, they've weaponized the AGs in the states, and the Attorney General, and the district attorneys," said the former president.
"People are gonna look back and say, how did we stand back, and NATO stand back, which I've called the paper tiger," said the former president.
Without going into great detail, Penn said there are a lot of reasons he doesn't trust Hannity but decided the issue at hand is far more important.
The actor spoke about his trips to Ukraine, his first hand perspective on Russia's invasion and his meeting with President Zelensky.
Jenner insisted she was "not a trans activist" and said that being transgender was "just one part of my life."
The actor's family announced he is stepping away from acting because of a brain disorder.
Gingrich argued that Harris should "never, ever be allowed to leave the country" following her recent trips abroad.
"Joe Biden is doing absolutely nothing to counter all of this aggression on the world stage, and his pathetic, feckless weakness, it is causing all of this," fellow Fox News host Hannity said, echoing Pirro's sentiment.
Donald Trump also claimed world leaders lost respect for the U.S. after its chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Hannity blasted Putin as a "murdering thug" with "maniacal territorial ambitions" before suggesting that members of the Russian military "take him out."
The former Democratic Congresswoman has previously appeared to defend Putin, citing the Russian leader's security concerns about NATO expansion.
The former Democratic congresswoman said NATO membership for Ukraine should be taken "off the table."