Fox and Friends
President Trump’s son-in-law suggested some Black people simply don’t want to be successful.
"Donald Trump ruined the biggest layup in the history of debates," the "Fox & Friends" co-host declared.
When it comes to the president, there's always a tweet that can come back to bite.
A local Fox affiliate retracted its report about the city's Democratic mayor, but not before Fox News shared the original with millions of viewers.
Comics roasted Donald Trump after Fox co-host Steve Doocy dismissed the president’s claims that he would make weekly appearances on the show.
"Fox & Friends" is just not that into you, Mr. President.
"The Late Late Show" host zinged the president after he basically asked the conservative chat program for a more permanent relationship.
"Fox & Friends" co-host Steve Doocy refuted Trump's claim that he'll be calling in to the show every week until Election Day.
The president is campaigning as a peacemaker, and last week ran Facebook ads bragging about his nomination for the "Noble Peace Prize."
The "Fox & Friends" co-host reasoned that if Joe Biden can do a speech from his house, why can't the president? Except Biden didn't do his speech from his home.