President Donald Trump gave a wild and impromptu interview to Fox & Friends host Peter Doocy on Friday, and continued his praise of Kim Jong Un, even suggesting he wished he received the same adulation as the North Korean dictator from his own staff. When asked about the progress of North Korea’s denuclearization, Trump said of Kim, “He wants to do it. He wants to do something great with his country. He wants to make his country great.” Then, unprompted, Trump explained Kim’s leadership of North Korea, and suggested he envied the dictator’s power. “He’s the head of a country, and I mean, he’s the strong head, don’t let anyone think anyone different,” Trump said. “He speaks and his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same.” It’s tricky to discern who Trump is talking about when he says “his people” here, Continue reading "Trump Praises Kim Jong Un: I Want My People to Treat Me Like North Koreans Treat Him"
President Donald Trump apparently had a hardcore Fox & Friends binge on Friday morning, and after noticing that host Steve Doocy was filming from the White House lawn, teased he might “have to take an unannounced trip down to see them.” “Wow, the highest rated (by far) morning show, @foxandfriends, is on the Front Lawn of the White House,” Trump tweeted. “Maybe I’ll have to take an unannounced trip down to see them?” Steve Doocy, who was in Washington D.C. to cover the Congressional baseball game at Nats park, read out that tweet on Fox & Friends Friday morning shortly after it was issued, and was positively giddy. “Wow,” Brian Kilmeade said. So he tweeted that out,” Doocy said. “And you cannot see this, but just about 50 feet over that way, there are about 100 members of the Washington press corps hoping that the president Continue reading "Steve Doocy Giddy About Trump’s Tease He Might Visit Fox & Friends on WH Lawn: He Could Make ‘History’"
President Donald Trump spent his Executive Time Friday morning bingeing on Fox & Friends, his favorite morning show. At one point he apparently spotted Fox & Friends “on the Front Lawn of the White House” teasing in a tweet that he might “have to take an unannounced trip down to see them.” “Wow, the highest rated (by far) morning show, @foxandfriends, is on the Front Lawn of the White House,” Trump tweeted. “Maybe I’ll have to take an unannounced trip down to see them?”
While Brian Kilmeade and Ainsley Earhardt are stuck at the New York City set, co-host Steve Doocy is currently filming from the White House Continue reading "Trump Notices Fox & Friends Filming on WH Lawn, Says He ‘Might Take Unannounced Trip Down to See Them’"
Wow, the highest rated (by far) morning show, @foxandfriends, is on the Front Lawn of the White House. Maybe I’ll have to take an unannounced trip down to see them?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 15, 2018
Fox News politics editor Chris Stirewalt did not hold back against former FBI Director James Comey on what he thought was the biggest takeaway from the newly-released DOJ IG report. Stirewalt began by criticizing the “partisans” who selectively draw conclusions to push narratives like how the FBI ruined it for Hillary Clinton or how the agency is so corrupt that it cannot credibly investigate President Trump. But then he took aim at Comey for basing his decisions as FBI Director on the assumption that Clinton was going to win the 2016 election. “The first and most important thing I take away from this is James Comey is ruined,” Stirewalt told Shannon Bream. “This is the full ruination of James Comey. We see now why he wanted to get his book out. We see why he did the aggressive publicity tour. This is horrible for him. And here’s Robert Mueller, Continue reading "Fox News’ Chris Stirewalt Calls the IG Report the ‘Full Ruination of James Comey’: ‘This is Horrible For Him’"
Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld launched a scathing attack on CNN’s Brian Karem Thursday for his heated exchange with Press Secretary Sarah Sanders during the White House media briefing. In the presser that afternoon, Karem asked whether Sanders had any empathy as a mother for children being separated from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border and placed in cages, a question which she brushed off before moving on. Gutfeld, who hosts Fox’s commentary program, The Five, commented on the ordeal by reverting to personal jabs at the reporter’s appearance. “I was waiting for him to throw a shoe, but judging from his apparel, I don’t think he wears them,” Gutfeld said. “He’s the press club hobo. He just needs a bindle.” Irked by Karem’s portrayal of President Donald Trump‘s heavy-handed handling of immigration, Gutfeld said the “he’s been a terrible influence on the media” in the sense Continue reading "Fox’s Greg Gutfeld Attacks CNN’s Brian Karem for Questioning Sarah Sanders: ‘He’s the Press Club Hobo’"
On Outnumbered on Fox News Thursday, the panel discussed the news that broke earlier that the New York Attorney General is suing the Trump Foundation. So naturally, the Clinton Foundation was mentioned eight times in the five minute segment. Host Kennedy started the segment outlining the lawsuit, calling it a “gift’, and askE the pertinent question “Are these New York state political axes being ground or is there something to this that could ultimately damage the president?” CPAC Chair Matt Schlapp was the first to answer, obviously going with the axe-grinding answer. “The point is this, it’s just, when these liberals just keep going after Trump – he already has a special counsel for almost every moment of his presidency, the democrats don’t want to support his agenda items, even those that are popular,” he began. “Now you have the New York Attorney General going after the Clinton Foundation. Continue reading "Fox News’s Outnumbered Trashes Clinton Foundation Over News NY AG is Suing Trump Foundation"
Laura Ingraham has officially discovered the “soy boy” meme — an pseudoscience-based insult picked up by the alt-right in their battle against men who they deem too liberal in appearance or politics. It was only a matter of time before the Fox News host stumbled upon the online right’s favorite insult since “cuck” (basically a euphemism for “race traitor”) as Ingraham broke out the “soy boy” dig on Wednesday night while theorizing over the physical appearance of God. “God can’t look like the kid in the Apple commercial, like Mac versus PC,” Ingraham argued while discussing research that theorized what Americans think God looks like. “That’s like a millennial thing. God has skinny jeans, a man bun, and he’s a soy boy.” She continued: “God is a soy boy? I don’t think so.” Ingraham’s term for the opposite of God comes from the longstanding bro-science idea that products containing Continue reading "Laura Ingraham: I Don’t Think ‘God is a Soy Boy’"