"There is a clear pattern here," the Fox News host told acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney.
"So, is Fox News’ motto, ‘We report and decide before the thing’s over?'"
The "Fox News Sunday" host also grilled the president's policy adviser about the racist birther conspiracy theory Trump has peddled about Obama.
"There is clearly a stark income inequality in this country," the Fox News host told the White House chief economic adviser.
Chris Wallace and Shep Smith both claimed "something's wrong" with the president's version of events.
The secretary of state snapped at Fox News' Chris Wallace for asking about "a Washington piece of silliness."
“You don’t want any hint of foreign interference” in an election, noted the Fox News host.
The 2020 Democratic candidate had a simple answer when Chris Wallace asked about her statement that women should have a seat at the table.
The Democratic senator said Fox News had been a "problem" when it came to language around abortion. Host Chris Wallace said the lawmaker wasn't being "polite."
"You’re becoming the judge and jury," complained Graham, who said in the late '90s that ignoring a congressional subpoena was an impeachable offense.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor running for president did not take the bait Sunday at his Fox News town hall when asked about his opinion on abortion rights.
Last week, the president falsely claimed that China was paying tariffs directly to the U.S. Treasury Department.
The secretary of state insisted to Fox News' Chris Wallace that the White House takes election interference "seriously."
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is scheduled to participate in a town hall with the network on June 2.
"We have to deal in facts," the "Fox News Sunday" host said when discussing special counsel Robert Mueller's letter to Attorney General William Barr.
The national security adviser claimed, however, that the U.S. never followed through with the payment.
The Fox News host took the White House aide to task over Trump's lies about the Mueller report.
Fox News' primetime hosts celebrated. Others took a more measured tone.
The attorney’s conclusion that the special counsel's report is good news for President Trump is premature, the Fox News host warned.
And that seems to be all the president cares about now, Wallace tells Fox News' Shepard Smith.