The right-wing televangelist tore into Trump's decision to leave Kurdish fighters in Syria to fend for themselves as Turkey prepares to invade.
That's saying something, considering the outspoken televangelist also called Roe v. Wade a "phony case."
The televangelist said the bill to protect LGBTQ citizens "is a devastating blow to religious freedom."
The freshman representative graduated with honors from Boston University.
"Late Show" host's Moses responds to Pat Robertson's plea not to risk the Saudi arms deal over the alleged murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
“You don’t blow up an international alliance over one person,” Robertson said, putting journalist Jamal Khashoggi's fate on a scale with U.S.-Saudi arms sales.
Televangelist sends out an anti-storm incantation via the Christian Broadcasting Network.
The televangelist's words come back to haunt him on his birthday.
Televangelist also wants expanded background checks.
"He can ... say, ‘All right, I pardon them all, case closed, it’s all over,’" the TV preacher says.
The TV preacher also blamed protests during the national anthem.
"If you wanted to destroy the Fox News, you really wanted to destroy them, what would you do?"
President Donald Trump sat down for a friendly interview with televangelist Pat Robertson this week, but that wasn't the only time he's cozied up to religious conservatives.
The interview today was an important cultural moment.