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Brit Hume weighed in Wednesday on Rush Limbaugh's contention that the media's praise for George H.W. Bush after his death has been "phony."
Rush Limbaugh appeared on "Fox News @ Night" Tuesday to blast what he perceives as the media's "phony" praise of George H. W. Bush.
Former Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan said he wanted to "throw up" after hearing Sen. Kamala Harris draw a parallel between U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Ku Klux Klan.
Sen. Thom Tillis said President Trump has no intention of firing Robert Mueller, but proposed legislation that would "protect" the special counsel is "necessary" because it would apply to all future presidents.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said Wednesday on "Fox News @ Night" that President Trump is right about the need to restrict birthright citizenship.
Lara Trump said Wednesday on "Fox News @ Night" that she believes female support for President Trump and Republican candidates is not accurately reflected in polls.
A Rutgers University alumna had her lecture on free speech postponed by the university after a petition by students began circulating, accusing her of Islamophobia.
The retired FBI agent who administered Christine Blasey Ford's polygraph test joined Shannon Bream on "Fox News @ Night."
Brit Hume said Tuesday on Fox News @ Night that President Trump has kept his distance from the sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh because he doesn't want to appear disrespectful to such a sensitive topic.
Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell said Colin Kaepernick and other athletes have a right to protest during the national anthem, but if they're serious about effecting change, they should take concrete action.
Mike Huckabee said President Trump is right to accuse Google, Facebook and Twitter of anti-conservative bias, and he says those big tech companies have three choices: mitigation, litigation or regulation.