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"Whoa, whoa, whoa," Steve Bannon replied to the MyPillow CEO's claim. "You're going pure conspiracy theory."
Goodbye to the Fox Business host who once said Trump was the "greatest president in the history of our country."
From “greatest president” in history to “pretty close to perfect,” the axed Fox Business host’s adulation of Trump appears to have known no bounds.
We'll all remember "what we were doing at the exact moment we heard 'Lou Dobbs Tonight' was cancelled," goofs Mark Hamill on Twitter.
The cable channel cut "Lou Dobbs Tonight," hosted by the staunch Trump ally.
"The Daily Show" points out the fatal flaw with the common conservative complaint.
The Fox Business host was outraged that some Republicans criticized the president after the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
"Eight weeks from the election, and we still don’t have verifiable, tangible support for the crimes that everyone knows were committed," the Fox Business host said.
The segment shot down Dobbs' previous claims after a letter from Smartmatic demanded “full and complete retraction of all its false and defamatory statements.”
The subdued Fox Business host got in his Dobbs-ian digs as the GOP's baseless efforts fizzled again.
Fox Business host Lou Dobbs had a meltdown while talking with White House adviser Stephen Miller about the fate of the Republican Party.
The Fox Business host went off on the White House adviser and other "gutless" Republicans for their lackluster legal efforts to overturn the election.
The Fox Business host has gone all in on baseless claims of voter fraud.
The attorney general, a faithful Trump ally, admitted there was no evidence of widespread vote fraud that would change the election outcome.
Desi Lydic dialed up “cousin Tucker” Carlson and “Aunt Jeanine” Pirro (among others) for the comedy bit.
The Trump sycophant demanded to know why Republicans don't "just say we’re not going to accept the results of this election."
The Fox Business host gushed praise on a day the president was exposed for intentionally downplaying the coronavirus while it killed people.
"What Lou says is what I want to do," Trump said of the Fox Business host, according to former DHS chief of staff Miles Taylor.
The president's apologists on Fox News and Fox Business were left to eat their own words after Trump's tweet.
There's "no question about it," said the Fox Business host, an ardent Trump ally.