All three major cable news outlets experienced an uptick when the affidavit was released with Fox News Channel leading the noon hour.
"Now, The New York Times wrote this piece probably in collusion and coordinator with the FBI and probably the Justice Department."
Scarborough began reading excerpts of the story during his morning show before asking “Did you really just ask that question?"
Kilmeade stated how a story as big as the raid on former President Donald Trump’s home was kept out of the media for several hours.
"No American industry is more troubled than journalism media. It is now rife with incompetence and corruption," said O'Reilly.
All three Fox News Channel prime time programs — Tucker Carlson Tonight, Hannity, and The Ingraham Angle — from Aug. 8 each drew audiences well above...
"The FBI -- somebody at the FBI/DOJ -- gets ahold of their media friends. 'Let me send a quick text message. No we didn't, he's lying!'...
The biggest example of hysterical reaction, according to O'Reilly, came from longtime ABC News reporter Sam Donaldson, who compared Trump to Al Capone.
Oliver took a dig at Fox News on Sunday for the network’s coverage regarding the FBI raiding former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.
Levin fired back Friday morning by tweeting "I remember when S.E. Cupp was a smart, interesting, freedom-loving thinker. Now, she's just another CNN Republican. Reliably moronic...