Fox and Friends

The Fox News morning personality apparently keeps a very wide social circle of pals because she always has a story about them.
The "Fox & Friends" personality linked the world's woes with Harris flipping a coin for the kickoff of a game featuring her alma mater, Howard University.
The 'Fox & Friends' host said it's not the government's job to protect people.
After Steve Doocy pointed out that 99% of COVID-19 deaths are of unvaccinated people, Brian Kilmeade said, "That's their choice!"
“Fox’s misinformation campaign against coronavirus science is not just a disservice to its viewership," said media watchdog group Media Matters for America.
The "Fox & Friends" host fired back at the young student with a defense of the former president.
Cheney, the third highest-ranking House Republican, has refused to join many members of her party in attempting to sow doubt about the 2020 election.
Co-host Ainsley Earhardt lambasted President Joe Biden's idea of free community college for millions.
"And evidently, it definitely added to his stress,” the "Fox & Friends" co-host claimed of the couple's conversation with Oprah Winfrey.
Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt made jokes after President Biden backed moving the MLB All-Star Game out of Atlanta in response to the new law.
Fox News' Pete Hegseth echoed the false claims of Sean Hannity and Donald Trump Jr. about turnout for the ex-president's President's Day motorcade.
Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade practically kissed the ring of their overlord, while Twitter said yuck.
The "Fox & Friends" co-host tries to describe Trump's alleged industriousness, and Twitter just can't.
The hosts of Donald Trump's once-favorite program were not seeing eye to eye on the House's vote to impeach the 45th president on Wednesday.
"I recognize that people feel like the entire system is rigged against them," the host said on "Fox & Friends."
The adviser to President Donald Trump outlined the plan to undo President-elect Joe Biden's victory on "Fox & Friends."
Co-host Brian Kilmeade said the president shouldn't "patronize a big-tech company" like Twitter that shows "a lack of respect."
The "Rain on Me" singer blasted the president on Twitter on Sunday after he issued a bizarre statement about fracking and her support for the former vice president.
President Trump’s son-in-law suggested some Black people simply don’t want to be successful.