Fox News anchor Chris Wallace said this week he still wonders if and how he could have better moderated a frenetic debate last year between President Biden and former President Trump. "Well, for a landlord, I'm really doing well living rent free in his brain," Wallace said during an appearance on Hugh Hewitt's radio program when asked about a recent attack he faced from Trump.
FORMER US president Donald Trump has caused astonishment and no little fury across America and the world with his claim that Osama bin Laden had just “one hit” and was not as bad as other enemies of the US. Bin Laden was a founder of al-Qaeda and the acknowledged instigator of multiple mass-casualty terror attacks across the globe.
Trump boasts in an interview Laden wasn’t the ‘nastier’ terrorists his administration had taken out Trump suggests Osama bin Laden wasn’t ‘a monster’ and had ‘only one hit’ in new interview Leer en Español Osama bin Laden wasn’t a “monster” and only “had one hit,” said former US president Donald Trump, ahead of the 20-year anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack.
Trump says Osama bin Laden 'only had one hit' while boasting about ISIS leader and Iranian general killed under his orders
Trump during an interview with Hugh Hewitt said Osama bin Laden "only had one hit." The former president was boasting about the ISIS leader and Iranian general who were killed under his watch. "The founder of ISIS is bigger by many, many times, al-Baghdadi, than Osama bin Laden," Trump said.
Dr Anthony Fauci says 'hopefully' making children wear face masks will not have a 'lasting negative impact' as states, school boards and parents debate how to approach the new term
Dr Anthony Fauci spoke to radio host Hugh Hewitt for his show on Monday Fauci was asked about the CDC recommendation two weeks ago for children The CDC said that students should wear masks in all K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status Hewitt pointed to a Wall Street Journal article arguing that face masks were harmful to children, fogged their glasses, caused acne and impeded breathing
Cruz appeared on the Hugh Hewitt radio show this week, and the senator answered a variety of questions ranging from the Biden-Putin meeting, Taiwan, foreign affairs, the Clinton administration and other current topics. Hewitt then asked the state's junior senator what he thought about McConaughey running for governor.
"There's no question that in order to win, you have to, in most states that are going to determine who's in the majority next time, you have to appeal to a general election audience," McConnell told conservative radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt on Monday.
The Senate minority leader, whose dubious maneuvering to turn the Supreme Court to the far right still haunts liberals, just previewed a fresh scheme to bolster conservative judicial supremacy on the nation's top bench for years to come, with widespread consequences for all three branches of government.
Only one person seems to fully understand what this means, and that’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Mitch McConnell is telling us exactly who he is, and too many Democrats are refusing to listen. Asked today by conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt whether he would confirm a Supreme Court nominee in 2024 should Republicans reclaim the majority, he said, “I think it’s highly unlikely.” McConnell then refused to comment one way or the other on whether he’d confirm Joe Biden’s hypothetical nominee in 2023.
The wily Kentucky senator used similar tactics during the Obama administration Mitch McConnell, the powerful Republican minority leader, said it’s “highly unlikely” he’d allow a confirmation vote on a new Supreme Court justice during the remainder of Joe Biden’s presidential term if Republicans retook the Senate.
(Bloomberg) -- Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell said it’s “highly unlikely” he’d let President Joe Biden fill a Supreme Court vacancy in 2024 if Republicans retake control of the chamber next year. McConnell indicated he’d apply the same rationale as he did when Republicans blocked President Barack Obama’s pick of Merrick Garland in 2016 -- that a court vacancy shouldn’t be filled in an election year when control of the Senate and the White House is split between the two parties.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell made clear Monday that he would block a Supreme Court nominee in 2024 if Republicans take back the chamber — a comment certain to increase liberal pressure on Justice Stephen Breyer to step down before next fall. In an interview with conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt, McConnell vowed that he would not view a high court pick made by President Joe Biden any differently than how he viewed now-Attorney General Merrick Garland in 2016.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Monday that President Joe Biden would not get a Supreme Court nominee confirmed in 2024 if Republicans regain control of the chamber and a vacancy arises during that presidential election year. "It's highly unlikely. In fact, no, I don't think either party, if it were different from the president, would confirm a Supreme Court nominee in the middle of an election," McConnell told syndicated talk radio host Hugh Hewitt.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) signaled Monday that Republicans, if they win back control of the upper chamber, wouldn't advance a Supreme Court nominee if a vacancy occurred in 2024, the year of the next presidential election. "I think it's highly unlikely - in fact, no, I don't think either party, if it were different from the president, would confirm a Supreme Court nominee in the middle of an election," McConnell told radio host Hugh Hewitt.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) warned on Monday that he and his allies are willing to step into Republican Senate primaries to try to prevent a candidate they view as unelectable in November 2022 from advancing. McConnell, during an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, was asked if he and the Senate Leadership Fund, an outside group closely aligned with the Kentucky Republican, would be willing to intervene in 2022 Republican primaries.