Laura Ingraham jokingly told Sean Hannity: "you handle your hour, I'll handle my hour."
Fox News interviewed Frank Dawson whom Trump called "overweight" at the New Hampshire rally, but he spoke of his admiration for the president.
"Lying liar who lies disavows...," Claude Taylor tweeted.
Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump chanted "send her back" about Rep. Ilhan Omar, a progressive Democrat who arrived in America as a child refugee.
"What's up with the many empty seats at the Trump rally in #GreenvilleNC? #TrumpFail," Twitter user William Ferrall tweeted, alongside an image of the rally with empty seats circled in red.
President Trump continued his attacks on Omar during his campaign rally in North Carolina on Wednesday evening as his supporters chanted "Send her back!"
"I'll talk also about people who love, and hate, our Country (mostly love)!" Trump tweeted the morning before the rally in Greenville.
"We just don't do parades," a Marine Corps veteran said. "There's no tactical training value in that."
Florida Senator mocked after backing man who referred to him as "Little Marco" in 2016.
Of those who were struck by the water balloons, he said: "I'm sorry that I got you wet, but you should have brought a long-sleeve to keep a little bit warm."
The BBC's Washington correspondent Gary O'Donoghue describe the attack as "incredibly violent" in a radio interview.
The president made the claim as migrant caravans from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador head toward the U.S. border.
Trump holds rally as normal after two ex-advisers face prison sentences, with Cohen implicating the president in criminal conspiracy.
The CNN reporter was heckled as he attempted to report live from the event.
One lawmaker called the whole thing a "stupid and ridiculous" hearing, while several others left the room.
Jones donated to Trump's inauguration fund.
The president's took aim at the media in a fiery speech in Arizona on Thursday, prompting significant blowback.
Americans are "screaming from their windows" thanking immigration agents for liberating their cities, the president said at a rally.
The stars were out in force, armed with pee jokes and mean faux-tweets.
He is to tell the crowd that 'I've been part of a political revolution in the United Kingdom.'