"I’m not talking about him, but yet he still wants to talk about the Sept. 29, 2020 debate," the Fox News host said.
“Most of the other advisors found Giuliani’s advice to be ‘supremely unhelpful,’" a new book by Washington Post reporters says.
The Fox News host recalled a cartoonish idea to shut down the president's interruptions.
"If he were a Real Housewife, he would have been fired by now," the late-night host said of the president.
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"It's not what it looks like," explained "Rudy," fresh from his "Borat" humiliation.
“OK ... Was he doubled parked or something?” the host asked, wondering if that might explain Trump's rapid-fire monologue.
Rachel Maddow charged that the president was "trying to intimidate" the White House correspondent in the days leading up to the debate.
While Biden’s support for transitioning away from fossil fuels might drive GOP attack ads, Trump’s record with oil workers isn’t what it seems.
S.E. Cupp highlighted the "incredibly low" bar for Trump, and said viewers shouldn't give him credit for being relatively better behaved this time around.