Fox News “hard news” anchor Harris Faulkner had a disturbing amount of trouble comprehending that an artistic illustration was not, in fact, a literal image of the Oval Office.
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“I was just sitting there trying to keep warm,” Sanders told Seth Meyers Thursday night.
Biden’s chief medical adviser did not hold back in drawing a sharp contrast between the new president and his predecessor.
“I don’t want to be considered an enemy of the people,” McCain whined at one point.
“What we saw today was the opposite of gaslighting,” the “Late Show” host said. “Today, we were reality-boarded, and I am here for it.”
“Now that we’re waging war on white supremacists, can somebody tell us in very clear language what a white supremacist is?” the Fox News host asked Wednesday night.
By contrast, CNN commentators called Trump’s parting message to America “embarrassing” and “repulsive.”
The “Daily Show” host summed up Fox News’ position on the Capitol insurrectionists as, “Nobody is allowed to kill cops except for the people who respect cops.”
In his final “A Closer Look” segment of the Trump era, the “Late Night” host warned that we can’t let powerful forces try to “memory-hole” his presidency.
Pressed by interviewer Christiane Amanpour, Smith admitted that he had “blinders” on during his time at Fox and accused his former colleagues of lying to viewers.