Host Brian Kilmeade solemnly introduced Trump as "the president of the United States."
The "Fox & Friends" host had strong words for the former president after Trump dissed his press secretary.
Well, that’s something you don’t see every day on Fox News.
Kilmeade, the first to fill in for the departed Fox News prime-time star, gave him terse acknowledgment.
After the Fox News host announced he'd be hosting in the recently departed Carlson's time slot, fans went into a mega-tizzy.
"We’re doing something majorly, majorly wrong," the host of "The Story" said to her colleague following the mass shooting at a Nashville school.
"Even though he is winning in the polls, that will not help,” the "Fox & Friends" host said.
Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and Brian Kilmeade got a stark reminder of their past comments in the "Daily Show" montage.
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."
The Fox News host had displayed a fabricated image of the magistrate judge beside convicted sex offender Ghislaine Maxwell without saying that it was fake.