The Fox News hosts battled each other in a passive-aggressive tiff over Trump.
The Fox News host issued some tips for how Trump's allies can avoid perjuring themselves.
The Fox News hosts had a passive-aggressive exchange over Trump coverage.
The former Democratic presidential nominee was mentioned in more than 90% of the Fox News host's shows since Donald Trump's inauguration.
The Fox News personality even played an excerpt from Winston Churchill's famous "blood, toil, tears and sweat," speech.
Trump also called himself "your favorite President" in a tweet that amusingly backfired.
The Fox News host faced backlash after hyping "Triggered" on Twitter.
The CNN host thanked his Fox News rival for having his back during the "Fredo" video incident.
"We never learn!" the president tweeted in response to high-profile figures, including Fox News' Sean Hannity, backing Cuomo after a man called him "Fredo."
"The Daily Show" host mocked the conservative network's anchors with a spoof travel agency ad just for them.
CNN defended its primetime host, calling the incident "an orchestrated setup."
The New York mayor sparred with the Fox News host on a variety of hot button issues on Wednesday night.
"The Daily Show" host said Hannity's proposal "sounds like the bleakest Dr. Seuss book ever."
The Fox News host is calling for a volunteer army of armed ex-cops and soldiers that would be "everywhere."
Twitter users dubbed Trump the "King of Projection" after he made the claim to the Fox News host.
But the president didn't remain angry at the widely watched conservative network for long.
O'Reilly left the conservative network in 2017 amid a sexual harassment scandal.
Tucker Carlson took aim at Sen. Cory Booker, describing him as one of “the two whitest candidates on stage” for speaking in Spanish: "Got That, Gringo?"
"They are harassing the office of the president," the Fox News host complained.