House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says former President Donald Trump may consider taking on a different governmental role if Republicans reclaim the House in 2022. McCarthy, who is often considered as a front-runner for the speakership if the GOP wins back the lower chamber in next year's midterm elections, says the former president has said that he wants to succeed Speaker Nancy Pelosi, although the California Republican is pushing him to run for his old job.
McCarthy spoke to Fox News's Brian Kilmeade and was asked about the heckling incident. "Is Mike Pence a traitor?" Kilmeade asked. "Mike Pence is not a traitor," McCarthy said. "He was the governor of Indiana. And he was the vice president, stood right by President Trump, helped him get through the tax reform, get those judges in," McCarthy said.
Brian Kilmeade and Ainsley Earhardt discuss critical race theory on Fox and Friends. Getty Images The liberal media watchdog organization Media Matters for America details how Fox News has repeatedly failed to mention that their guests, who included right-wing media personalities, GOP strategists and conservative think tank staffers, were far from apolitical despite billing them as your average outraged parent.
"For what seems like the first time in a long time the federal government is trying to put freedom back into the hands of Americans" "Fox News Primetime" host Brian Kilmeade took to task some blue state governors like Andrew Cuomo Friday for not listening to the CDC and refusing to lift their states mask mandates.
Mason Seder, from Philadelphia, told Kilmeade that he thinks Biden is "handling things in a very good way and we would not have gone to this if it were still the last president.""Really?"Kilmeade, 56, shot back."That's hard to believe, because the last president was saying 'I want every kid back in school.'
‘Wow.The Trump reflex is very strong’ Fox News host Brian Kilmeade has been caught arguing with a sixth-grader live on air after the child backed President Joe Biden’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic over former President Donald Trump.In the segment on Wednesday, Mr Kilmeade asked three young schoolchildren what they missed the most about being in the classroom while discussing their virtual learning amid the pandemic.
Mason Seder, a sixth-grade student from Philadelphia, noted to Fox that he is still currently in full-time remote learning at his school.At the same time, he said his teachers are doing a “great job” but that “it’s not what it could be if you’re in-person.” After telling one California eighth-grade student that she needed to “blame your politicians and unions” for delays in her district’s return to full-time in-person learning, Kilmeade eventually returned to Seder.
He’s a millionaire television host, but is he smarter than a sixth-grader?Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade almost got into an argument with a middle school student who defended President Biden’s pandemic response during a live interview Wednesday morning.The “Fox & Friends” co-host, one of the channel’s loudest defenders of former President Donald Trump, was interviewing a group of children for a segment apparently designed to trash the country’s delay in fully reopening schools.
Kilmeade: 'Americans aren't buying' Biden, Harris' border claims 'Fox & Friends' hosts Ainsley Earhardt, Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy on the Biden administration's sinking approval ratings on border security and immigration policy.FOX News Coronavirus is latest ‘excuse’ for Kamala Harris to avoid visiting border: Rep. Nehls Rep.
‘Let’s just hope, in your life, you never need a police officer,’ Brian Kilmeade says A host on Fox News has suggested that those protesting against police violence towards Black Americans should never be allowed to call 911 again.The comments came as Fox & Friends discussed the fatal shootings of Daunte Wright and Ma’Khia Bryant on Thursday, as the presenters made reference to ongoing unrest over the killings.
A Fox News presenter has come under fire for suggesting Harry and Meghan’s Oprah interview contributed to Prince Philip’s death.The Duke of Edinburgh died today, after four weeks in hospital and a procedure for a pre-existing heart condition.
A FOX NEWS presenter triggered outrage by appearing to link Prince Philip's death to the incendiary interview the Duke and Duchess of Sussex gave to Oprah Winfrey.The Duke of Edinburgh passed away in Windsor Castle this morning at the age of 99.
Fox News appears to blame Meghan for contributing to Prince Philip’s death Brian Kilmeade took aim at couple just minutes after the Duke of Edinburgh his passing was announced Fox & Friends host linked the death of Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, to Prince Harry and Meghan
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Johns Hopkins professor slams Dr. Fauci for denying the US is already approaching herd immunity and says 'it's not healthy for a small group of people' to be making all the lockdown decisions for Americans
A Johns Hopkins professor has slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci for denying that the United States is approaching herd immunity amid the coronavirus pandemic.