It's hard for Fox and Friends to do damage control when Trump phones in to say that everyone in his White House is above the law.
Judge Andrew Napolitano is warning Fox News viewers about Dear Leader. Will they pay attention?
Hogan Gidley claimed it was James Comey, and not Christopher Wray, who said it was wrong to take information from foreign countries.
Before today, conspiring with the foreign power against your political rival was illegal but now it's called just talking on Fox News.
Donald Trump's answer about North Korean spying leaves more questions than answers.
The Fox News Contributor (and Rudy Giuliani pal) can't lie under oath like he can all day on Fox.
The sleight-of-hand with his so-called deal with Mexico is an insult. It's also been done before.
Fox and Friends wins the "Hypocrites of the Day" award.
Borrowing language from White Supremacists, again.
During Trump's phoner into CNBC, he apparently forgot that the current Fed panel is one of his creation.
Jordan was like the kid in preschool insisting he didn't start it. It was absurd.
Trump TV is frightened of John Dean? So is Donald Trump.
Host Bret Baier asked Sec. McAleenan what exactly was new about this border deal with Mexico, and he didn't appear to know.
NASA weeps, as our national presidential embarrassment strikes again.
Oops, careful, Fox Business - don't want to let Dear Leader know these jobs numbers aren't good for him.