Steve Doocy

Fox News host Steve Doocy gave a remarkably frank analysis about Republican candidates running where reproductive rights are a hot topic.
"Fox & Friends" co-hosts said Doocy's explanation about the Trump audio cited as evidence in his classified documents case made sense.
Steve Doocy joined other conservatives in questioning House Oversight Chair James Comer's investigation into the Biden family.
The former president and his sons targeted the daughter of the judge handling Trump's case on Tuesday.
Republican Kristi Noem seemed caught off-guard when the "Fox & Friends" host asked why Trump had "all that secret stuff at Mar-a-Lago."
"These are the biggest secrets in the world," Steve Doocy said in response to the ex-president keeping top secret documents at his private residence.
“If Donald Trump is watching, just let him know we didn’t come up with that number. That’s what the poll said,” co-host Brian Kilmeade told viewers.
Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law said she was “so excited” to join the network. Others were decidedly less enthused by her new gig.
The hosts of Donald Trump's once-favorite program were not seeing eye to eye on the House's vote to impeach the 45th president on Wednesday.
Ainsley Earhardt said she hoped Trump would overlook Pence not changing the electoral count — something a vice president doesn't have the authority to do.