Numerous overlapping boycotts over Tucker Carlson's espousal of inflammatory and offensive comments have left the host's show with a diminishing number of advertisers.
Ocasio-Cortez "still thinks the whole immigration question boils down to racism," Fox News host Tucker Carlson claimed.
It "tells you a lot," the congresswoman said, that he was "drumming up fear around women's rights to create suspicion around climate change policy."
Nielsen told Fox News' Tucker Carlson that every option was on the table to stop illegal immigration into the U.S.
Carlson made the comments on his show "Tucker Carlson Tonight," specifically lambasting Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal.
Allegations of collusion against President Trump amount to "the biggest abuse of power, corruption, scandal perhaps in history," Sean Hannity said.
"Do you ever think, I just want to break out and be honest once in a while, or no?" Carlson asked.
"She exploited somebody else's culture and I'm the racist for pointing it out? I love that!" Tucker Carlson said.
Angelo Carusone found to have written string of offensive remarks on 2005 blog.
"The United States is a bit of an outlier in that every other sort of developed Western democracy does address hate speech in some way," Canadian criminal lawyer David Butt said.
The New York freshman congresswoman responded to network's reactions to controversial comments made by its stars.
"They won't apologize. Stop asking," Cuomo said. "[Carlson and Pirro] want to press the divide. They want to attack what most want to protect."
"Tucker when you defend child brides you don't go on the naughty list," Colbert said.
"Tucker Carlson is a dangerous misogynist," a founder of the women's advocacy group UltraViolet stated.
"The left is not going after @TuckerCarlson for any reason other then he's effective at destroying their agenda," Trump Jr. tweeted.
DNC chairman Tom Perez said Fox News "is not in a position to host a fair and neutral debate for our candidates."
"Why don't you go f*** yourself, you tiny brain, and I hope this gets picked up, because you're a moron" Carlson said. "I tried to give you a hearing, but you were too f***ing annoying."
Justin Wells, Senior Executive Producer of "Tucker Carlson Tonight", told Newsweek the interview was spiked because they respected their "audience's time too much to consider airing it"
A fiery Fox News exchange over late-term abortion legislation reignited debate on whether conservatives - specifically male lawmakers - are attempting to repeal Roe v. Wade and "take control" of women's reproductive health.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson looked to drive a wedge in Democratic Party candidate support, bringing on two-time Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein to defend third-party candidacies.