Fox and Friends

"Per a company-wide email we got this morning, he’s dead to us" after his endorsed candidates bombed in the midterms, Bowen Yang's "Brian Kilmeade" announces.
The Fox News host wrote off President Joe Biden's speech on the threat to democracy and argued that “‘Where’s Nancy’ is nothing perilous."
"These are the biggest secrets in the world," Steve Doocy said in response to the ex-president keeping top secret documents at his private residence.
"Whatever happened to the Republican Party backing the blue?" host Steve Doocy asked.
“Fox & Friends” went above & beyond to comfort Donald Trump after a new CNN poll spelled bad news for the ex-president.
“If Donald Trump is watching, just let him know we didn’t come up with that number. That’s what the poll said,” co-host Brian Kilmeade told viewers.
The Fox News host strayed off-topic on "Fox & Friends Weekend."
Trump is "right on target" with a statement that included a call for the death penalty, the Ohio lawmaker said.
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.