"Watching Fox News in prime time is like watching one of Trump's dreams come true," said CNN's Brian Stelter.
The former U.S. attorney general told Fox News he is "going to work for" Trump's endorsement of his Senate bid, adding: "I would love to have his support.”
The Fox News host's latest controversial comments have been called “flat-out white nationalism."
The MSNBC host called GOP pollster Frank Luntz a “BS grifter who apparently thinks we live in North Korea."
He tore into Ingraham over her attempted smearing of national security official Alexander Vindman.
Wallace also threw shade at Jared Kushner by pointing out that Alexander Vindman was at least able to pass a background check.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was listening in on the president's July 25 call to Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky.
Speaking to Fox News, Whitaker said the president was “being punished” for upsetting "the apple cart” of the “world establishment.”
The former New York mayor claimed he was working on behalf of the State Department when he contacted Ukraine.
Fox News has remained quiet on her remarks, despite the network's condemnation of a commentator on a different show who called the 16-year-old "mentally ill."
The Fox News personality ranted against what she called "the war on men," and said Hollywood is waging it with crop tops, skinny jeans, and -- pajamas?
The Fox News hosts battled each other in a passive-aggressive tiff over Trump.
The Fox News hosts had a passive-aggressive exchange over Trump coverage.
Video of the exchange with the New England Patriots' Benjamin Watson is going viral.
The Fox News host tried to use a plastic straw to drink the steak. Spoiler alert: She couldn't.
Ocasio-Cortez ended the Twitter exchange by calling the Fox News host "a neo-Nazi fan favorite."
"The Daily Show" host mocked the conservative network's anchors with a spoof travel agency ad just for them.
The CNN host aired old footage from 2016 in which a pastor chided Trump for attacking Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in a speech.