When the company revealed plans of the more gender-neutral "Potato Head world," outraged critics said it was being overly politically correct.
In addition to being supported by Republican leaders, Lara Trump was also chosen as the preferred candidate among other possible Republican contenders in the 2022 race.
Cruz's initial explanation of the trip saw him backpedal by saying he was dropping his daughters off at the beach to avoid the freezing temperatures in Texas.
Cruz faced major criticism on Thursday after photos of him traveling to Mexico went viral on social media.
"So you privatized energy in the state and now it's blowing up in your face," Bun B posted on Instagram on Wednesday.
Hunter Biden is currently under investigation by federal investigators in Delaware, but so far no proof of wrongdoing has been uncovered by Congress.
The Florida Republican questioned how it could be possible that no surveillance footage exists of the injuries Brian Sicknick incurred on January 6.
"I think most Republicans found the presentation by the House Managers offensive and absurd," Graham said.
The Fox News host spoke to Bruce Castor's co-counsel David Shoen about what went wrong during the opening for Trump's impeachment defense on Tuesday.
Trump Jr. said Congress should not focus on impeaching his father but rather on other issues facing the country, like the vaccination rollout and creating jobs.
Twitter users are claiming that Fox News did not cover the ceremony for fallen police officer Brian Sicknick, who died after suffering injuries during the Capitol riot.
"I think it's laughable for the hedge funds to cry foul after they do this every single day on a daily basis," Jordan Belfort said Friday about the recent GameStop stock activity.
"I've been telling my friends I'm getting the vaccine," Sean Hannity said. "Half of them agree and the other half think I'm absolutely nuts."
Messages from the Fox News host and the politician appeared on the Parler web page this week, as the social network continues to hunt for a new hosting provider.
The new president made a call for unity in his inaugural address on Wednesday and later signed executive orders.
"It's so funny because, you know, I would've thought that I'd care more about this," Sean Hannity said about the second impeachment of President Donald Trump.
"All presidents make mistakes, but the bottom line is to do a snap impeachment has real consequences," California Representative Devin Nunes said Tuesday.
Biden said Cruz has participated in "the big lie," a reference to the Nazi Minister of Propaganda who once said, "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it."
Twitter users believe Jordan bears a resemblance to Beavis while Gaetz has been compared to Butt-Head.
The news host made the seemingly false claim during an interview with Parler investor Dan Bongino, who did not directly deny the suggestion the president had signed up to the app this week.
Two runoff elections on January 5 will determine control of the Senate for the first two years of the Biden administration.
"You have to hope that the justices in the state court are going to show somewhat more determination," Rudy Guliani said on Friday.
"I'm open to anything, but we're fighting for this election right now," Lara Trump said, referring to a Supreme Court filing seeking to overturn the election's results in President Donald Trump's favor.
"I don't even think it's controversial," Sean Hannity said Wednesday while speaking in favor of a call for Attorney General William Barr to hire a special prosecutor to investigate evidence-free claims of election fraud in the presidential election.
Trump did not make it onto Twitter's list of the top 10 most liked and retweeted posts in 2020.
The Fox News opinion show "Hannity" was watched by an average of over 1 million viewers in the key 25-54 demographic for the first time ever during the election month.
The veteran news anchor made the comments while delivering an impassioned speech against what he called the "media mob".
"They want this witch hunt to go on in perpetuity," Hannity said of the Democrats. "They're so full of rage and insanity against the president."
"Maybe we ought to put the people who ran Operation Warp Speed in charge of counting the ballots in Georgia," Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said.
Hannity insisted that the 73 million Americans that voted for Trump won't "just go away."