The Fox News host had a hard time finding people willing to talk to him on camera Monday morning.
The fast-food chain and its president have long been champions of anti-LGBTQ causes.
But an NFL player told the host he agrees with the ad's progressive messaging.
“That’s terrible advice," said one energy expert.
The singer insisted he was joking and said he hopes the country can be less politically polarized.
A woman sassed him in a Missouri diner after he suggested that Democrats and Republicans could "work together" after the midterm elections.
"Fox & Friends" host Steve Doocy said cages holding immigrant children are not the same as "walls built from chain-link fences."
Trump later said he was joking with his comments about the North Korean dictator.
"America’s being run by Steve Doocy."
A tale of Trump tweets, Dean Cain and an emoji cheeseburger.
During the presidential primary season, it was always amusing to watch Donald Trump tout his massive leads in online polls
"Now is not the time for us to be divisive."
"Fox & Friends" cohosts were wrong about rival news networks.
Also, experts are wrong because of armadillos.
This seems like a very productive use of time.