In an interview set to air on Sunday on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace, anchor Chris Wallace asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about the New York Times bombshell claiming Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein considered secretly recording President Donald Trump and recruiting cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment. Rosenstein has issued two statements disputing the Times report. Responding to a question about the explosive Times claims, Pompeo said this in the preview clip: “Chris, I’m not going to comment on that in any way, other than to say this: I’ve been pretty clear since my beginning of service here in this administration, if you can’t be on the team, if you’re not supporting this mission, then maybe you just ought to find something else to do. I’ve told that to my senior colleagues, I’ve told it to junior folks Continue reading "WATCH: Pompeo Responds to NY Times Rosenstein Bombshell"
During a rally in Springfield, Missouri on Friday, President Donald Trump praised Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and took aim at the “lingering stench” in the Department of Justice. After calling Kavanaugh — who is facing an allegation of sexual misconduct while he was a teen — “a fantastic man” who was born for the Supreme Court during a riff on Sen. Claire McCaskill, Trump told the raucous rally crowd that while “we have great people in the Department of Justice,” there are “some real bad ones” too. “You’ve seen what’s happened at the FBI. They’re all gone,” Trump said. “They’re all gone. They’re all gone. But there’s a lingering stench we’re going to get rid of that, too.” Trump did not mention Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein by name. However, Trump’s comments come on the same day as an explosive New York Times report claiming Rosenstein once suggested Continue reading "WATCH: Trump Vows to Get Rid of ‘Lingering Stench’ at Department of Justice"
Fox Business reporter Jeff Flock was reporting for Fox & Friends from Carolina Beach, NC earlier on Friday when transformers kept exploding perilously close to him and his camera crew. “Whoa, you just saw that flash maybe of another transformer,” he said, continuing to report on the dangerous hurricane. “I’ll tell you, that’s the scary part.” Struggling to stand in the heavy winds and rain, Flock kept reporting on how the conditions in North Carolina could last for a while. That’s when the sky lit up again. “That’s another one,” Flock said as he continued to be battered by the storm. He added: “That’s one’s fairly close.” Flock was not the only correspondent braving the extremes to report on the deadly storm battering the North Carolina coast. Steve Harrigan could also barely stand during his report from North Carolina. “This is very much a wind event still, and Continue reading "WATCH: Transformer Explodes Dangerously Close to Fox Business Reporter During Live Shot"
Herald-Mail Media, “Unbelievably, 26 years of age, and passed away yesterday. It’s inconceivable that someone so young, and with so much talent, could do that. And I just would like to pass all of our love and best wishes to his loved ones, his family, his friends. And Mac, wherever you are, I hope you’re happy now.” Rapper Mac Miller died on September 7 in California from an apparent drug overdose. Watch John’s tribute above [image via screengrab]
On Saturday, Serena Williams did not exactly take kindly to a rule violation during the second set of the U.S. Open women’s singles final on Saturday. And the resulting confrontation with the chair umpire turned into one of the wildest moments in tennis history. Williams was playing Naomi Osaka when the chair umpire said she received illegal coaching. Williams was assessed a code violation and given a warning. Moments later, Williams smashed her racket — resulting in a second violation, which resulted in the automatic loss of a point. “I don’t cheat to win, I’d rather lose. I’m just letting you know,” snapped back at the umpire. After being docked a game, Williams said: “That’s not right. That’s not right. You know my character.” Williams then called the umpire, Carlos Ramos of Portugal, a “thief” for penalizing her a point. After this remark — the chair ump took the unfathomable Continue reading "WATCH: Serena Williams Has Explosive Confrontation With Umpire at US Open, Twitter Melts Down"
MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace made an offer on the air that Trump’s closest backers are sure to refuse. She suggested they come on MSNBC to take a polygraph to prove they think President Donald Trump is fit for office. The whole thing came up during a conversation with Evan McMullin, a former CIA agent and independent presidential candidate. “I think they should put everyone on a polygraph and ask them if they think Donald Trump is fit for the office of the president,” Wallace said. Then she even offered on-air time to anyone who is willing to come forward and answer questions about Trump’s fitness while hooked up to a lie detector. “John Kelly, Kellyanne Conway, Steve Bannon, Jared Kushner, let’s hook them up to a polygraph,” she continued on, stressing, “It’s a serious offer.” Then she said this: “If Continue reading "Nicolle Wallace Offers to Hook Trump’s Inner Circle Up to Polygraphs to See if They Really Think He’s Fit for Office"
On Thursday, President Donald Trump held a rally in Montana where talk, not surprisingly, turned to the New York Times op-ed railing against his presidency and fitness for office. “The so-called resistance is angry because their horrible ideas have been rejected by the American people and it is driving them crazy,” Trump said. He then added: “They are the ones, honestly, that have been driven crazy.” Yet things went a bit awry when he tried to say “anonymous.” “The latest active resistance is the op-ed published in the failing New York Times by an anom-oni-ss, really an anom-in-iss gutless coward,” he said slurring the word “anonymous.” Moving on, the president then suggested that the op-ed author may be a woman because they say he’s a man. Watch above, via Fox News