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The former president will be remembered for his "jealous rage" and "greatest failure," the political analyst wrote.
The former White House press secretary said on Fox News that "everyone was expecting peace" on January 6 when Trump sent a mob to the Capitol.
The actor and artist flipped Donald Trump's slogan against the former president in a new cartoon.
Hannity's coverage was all sour grapes, but one remark about the new president really got a backlash.
Gayle Trotter's far-fetched argument earned cackles from journalist A.B. Stoddard.
The Georgia Democratic Senate candidate told viewers the two Republicans "have blatantly used their offices to enrich themselves."
“You don’t get everything you want, even if you’re the president of the United States,” said Senator Pat Toomey of Pennslyvania.
The Fox News personality said the incoming first lady was "illiterate" as he continued his silly attack on her doctorate.
The conservative commentator said the president won't take his calls "because of my position on the election being over."
"You say that like it's a bad thing," quipped a Twitter critic after McEnany, in a Fox News interview, mentioned a future with Kamala Harris as vice president.
Alex Azar, secretary of health and human services, referred to "Vice President Joe Biden" as he defended Donald Trump's maskless behaviour.
"We've got plenty of time" to overturn the election, said Donald Trump's daughter-in-law.
Eric Shawn debunked claims that his colleague Maria Bartiromo allowed the president to amplify on her show.
Maria Bartiromo sat back and let the president push disinformation to her hundreds of thousands of viewers.
She tells her audience it's time to join reality.
So much of what Trump's lawyer said "was simply not true or has already been thrown out in court,” Kristin Fisher said.
Trump's latest false claim was debunked before he even made it.
It was the wife of a late World War II veteran who voted, not the veteran.
Trump said he was the "Golden Goose" that got Fox News high ratings. Now he's turning his base against the network that accurately called Joe Biden the next president.