Harris Faulkner launched into another monologue Tuesday night—but made one notable factual error.
William Vaillancourt has written for The Progressive, The Independent and Washington Monthly, among other places.
The fired Fox News host accused Ukraine of “probably” destroying a major dam and power plant within its own borders.
The Texas Republican claimed Garland’s motivation for going after Trump was purely personal.
Harris Faulkner, the latest host to fill the gap left by Tucker Carlson, launched a vivid speech Monday night claiming faith was under attack.
Trump claims he told Sean Hannity that his jokes about Biden’s age don’t look good “for you or for anybody.”
Palin and Kimberly Guilfoyle agreed that the GOP primary is a waste of time and resources and everyone should instead just rally around the ex-president.
James Trusty claimed he didn’t want to “try the case on CNN,” and accused the network of “leak-based reporting.”
Rep. Chip Roy, who endorsed Ron DeSantis over Trump, subtly mocked the former president’s misspelled dig at his one-time White House press secretary.
It’s becoming a frustrating trend for the 2024 presidential race’s newest entrant.
On Fox News Tonight, Trey Gowdy told the Florida governor that—unlike Twitter—Fox News “will not crash.”