Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano had thoughts on the New York Times report that Trump tried to get a friendlier U.S. Attorney to oversee Michael Cohen's case.
Joe Biden literally said, "The America I see values basic human decency." That was a bridge too far for Hannity.
Trump's favorite cable show admits only the activist conservative Supreme Court justices can save Trump's National Emergency order to fund his wall.
Republicans, led by Sen. Lindsey Graham, want to make any reaction to Trump's irrational behavior by law enforcement agencies a crime.
How embarrassing is this for the United States and Japan's Prime Minister Abe? Very.
Ivanka bitterly stared at Angela Merkel as the German Chancellor highlighted another lie by the Trump administration. This one is about manufacturing (Germany manufactures cars in the USA!) .
Kellyanne Conway's husband didn't mince words today after Trump, once again called the media the "enemy of the people."
Following in President Lou Dobbs' footsteps, Acting President Sean Hannity demanded the incoming Attorney General deal with the Deep State meddlers making Trump do stupid things.
Even the Fox News host questioned Trump's rationale to call a "national emergency," because of Donald's own words.
During a crazy press conference Trump after he announced he'd sign the spending deal and then exposed the real reason for declaring a national emergency to get wall funding: the 2020 election.
The coverup begins: Trump asks for a lifeline from Dobbs and Hannity on his border wall fail because he has to sign the spending bill.
According to Fox and Friends, being convicted of lying to Congress makes one a hero (if they support Trump).
Wait, what? Yep, Pat Robertson blames Democrats for the deficits Trump and his Republican tax scam have created.
Claiming his shutdown "educated the American People," Trump refuses to admit what a callous move it was to punish federal workers over his foolish border wall.
Whatever happens, the Fox Business Network demands that taxes on the rich should never be raised.