The host of Tucker Carlson Tonight said there was "nothing" judges would like more than to delay the outcome of the presidential race.
The Twitter footage appearing to show protesters unloading riot shields and signs sparked a fierce debate as to who paid for the van and how organized the protests are.
The Fox News host expressed surprise that Trump would speak to the Washington Post journalist, and said that the South Carolina senator had encouraged him.
Carlson came under criticism after he attempted to explain the actions of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who allegedly shot and killed two people last week during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The Fox News host played a recording he said featured a conversation between Chris Cuomo and ex-lawyer for President Donald Trump Michael Cohen.
As celebrities attack Tucker Carlson and Fox News, at least three entertainers are risking he wrath of Hollywood liberals by defending the controversial host.
The Fox anchor was criticized for appearing to blame the authorities for the actions 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, who has been charged with murder.
The Fox News host said he was "not running for anything" after it was reported that influential Republicans would support his bid.
The rapper's campaign repeatedly emphasized faith in a list of 10 policy proposals published on the Kanye 2020 website alongside Bible passages.
The Fox anchor took aim at the country's top infectious diseases expert after he spoke before Congress about limiting public gatherings.
In an interview with Tucker Carlson, Steven Miller linked Democrats to the Confederacy and praised federal agents as "heroes", but Portland's mayor wants them gone.
Violent allegations of rape and and demands for a producer to become a "sex slave" are detailed in a complaint filed against Fox News Monday in New York federal court.
"In this country we judge people for what they do, not for how they were born," Tucker Carlson said Monday.
"Actions such as his cannot and will not be tolerated at any time in any part of our work force," an internal memo said.
The ex-KKK Grand Wizard believes having the Fox News host as VP will help "whip those Republican cucks in line."
In March, the host of Tucker Carlson Tonight supported the use of mask-wearing to prevent the spread of the virus and referenced countries like Japan, where they are widely used.
The way to prevent the spread of the virus, the CDC has said, is to avoid close contact with others.
The Fox News host also said Democratic Party leadership hated the U.S. despite wanting to lead the country.
The Fox anchor believes the death of George Floyd has sparked anger that has spread like a virus, saying, 'Minneapolis was our Wuhan.'
The conservative Fox News host told voters to force the Republican Party to change and work harder for middle class Americans.
The Fox News host said it would be "tough" for the president to win re-election unless "fundamental facts" were to quickly change.
The Fox News host said the U.S. needed help "right now" as he called ongoing protests a "totalitarian political movement."
A Fox contributor for 11 years, the network has been critical of the former national security adviser ever since news of his book was revealed.
"They vowed to create racial quotas for hiring which are both unconstitutional and racist," he said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
Fort Worth police said the Fox News host had "recklessly" released unverified information that would create bitterness and confusion.
The HBO late-night host took particular issue with Carlson's outburst about a "Sesame Street" educational special on race last week.
The hashtag #IStandWithTucker began trending yesterday after a number of major advertisers deserted the "Tucker Carlson Tonight" show on Fox News.
In a statement provided to Newsweek, CEO of MyPillow Mike Lindell said the company would not be changing its advertising in the wake of numerous companies pulling out of Tucker Carlson's Fox News show.
Disney, T-Mobile, and Papa Johns are among the companies that have pulled their advertisements from the Fox News program, "Tucker Carlson Tonight."