"Oh come on, we're talking about her right now!" said Philippe Reines, an ex-Clinton adviser.
The Fox News host said the unsubstantiated accusation was "lunacy" and called Hillary Clinton "reckless" and "silly" in his defence of Rep. Gabbard.
"NBC says it has nothing to hide," Kelly said. "Great! Let's not hide anything."
The Fox News host said he was "not being mean" but the health scare and Sanders' age combined with an increased threat from Elizabeth Warren meant the Vermont senator's campaign was on the rocks.
"...the spinning that has been done by the president's defenders over the last 24 hours since this very damaging whistleblower complaint came out—the spinning is not surprising—but it is astonishing, and I think deeply misleading."
"You know, part of this is our fault, in the media we set up these just terrible incentives," Carlson said.
Carlson said viewers "know dishonesty when they see it" in dig at fellow host following views on Trump's alleged crimes.
Tucker Carlson also defended President Donald Trump for pushing Ukraine to investigate the Biden family.
The Fox News host also criticized 2020 Democrats for promising to "crack down on your cheeseburgers while flying across the country private."
"It is great news for America," the right-wing host said of Trump's national security advisor's ouster.
The Fox News host mocked Biden for reportedly embellished stories about visits to the front line in Afghanistan to meet soldiers.
Acting Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Ken Cuccinelli compared the Statue of Liberty and Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson.
"The FBI director testified last month, about 850 domestic terrorism investigations ongoing, a number of those with racially motivated, violent extremest ideologies behind them," Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan said.
Shortly after claiming that white supremacy was a "hoax," Tucker Carlson announced he would be enjoying some quality time fishing with his son.
"It's just not journalism. It is opinion making. It is entertainment and unfortunately it's an entertainment that can catch on with a very viralized America."
Carlson did address critics calling on Fox News to fire him, saying, "Please, for the sake of the nation, calm down."
"All forms of hate have to really – they have to be reigned in," the Trump official said.
New York congresswoman posted a series of tweets regarding racial disparity in this country.
Numerous overlapping boycotts over Tucker Carlson's espousal of inflammatory comments have left the host's show with a diminishing number of advertisers.
"Tucker is RIGHT!" David Duke, a prominent white supremacist and former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, wrote on Twitter.
"If you were to assemble a list, a hierarchy of concerns of problems this country faces, where would white supremacy be on the list?"
Carlson claimed white supremacy was "a conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power."
"Just like the Russia hoax, it's a conspiracy theory used to divide the country and keep a hold on power," Carlson said.
Carlson's opening monologue on Wednesday's Tucker Carlson Tonight opened with a rebuke of Mueller's appearance before the House Judicial and Intelligence committees.
As a researcher who has watched Carlson's show for the past two years, I'm constantly being told on social media that the racist propaganda on Fox News is nothing out of the ordinary. That sentiment is both self-defeating and untrue.
The tit-for-tat between Omar and Carlson first emerged Tuesday evening after the Fox News host, speaking about immigration, suggested the sitting member of Congress should not have been allowed into the United States.
The conservative host invited three separate guests onto his show "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Wednesday to comment on Omar's past controversies after the freshman congresswoman publicly rebuked him earlier in the day.
"She's a living fire alarm, a warning to the rest of us that we better change our immigration system immediately, or else," Carlson said of the freshman Democrat.
"Tucker Carlson suggested – he didn't suggest, he flat out said – that a sitting member of the U.S. Congress should never have been allowed in the United States," CNN host John Berman said.