The Fox News anchor said it was "touch and go" for a while and credited the vaccine for saving his life.
"Your World" anchor Neil Cavuto revealed some of the abuse he received from viewers after promoting the vaccine that likely saved his life.
"Last time I checked, everyone, regardless of their political persuasion, is coming down with this," the immunocompromised Fox News anchor said.
The Fox News anchor, who has MS, said: “Had I not been vaccinated, and with all my medical issues, this would be a far more dire situation.”
The "Your World" anchor came for his critics with some pithy putdowns.
Neil Cavuto was not prepared for what the Wyoming congresswoman had to say about the former president.
Anchor Neil Cavuto said he “can’t in good countenance continue showing you this,” cutting into a presser led by White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.
The false claim went unchecked by other Fox News journalists.
The Fox News host reminded Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona that the health experts aren't "anti-the president’s agenda. They’re pro-keeping-people-alive agenda.”
"He was being policed on that because he was wrong," the Fox News anchor said.