Ted Cruz defended his presidential campaign today against accusations of “dirty tricks.”
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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders joined Fox News Sunday this weekend for the first time since he announced his candidacy.
For the first time since he announced his candidacy, Bernie Sanders will join Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday."
Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz opened a new line of attack on Donald Trump on "Fox News Sunday," saying the GOP frontrunner "hundreds of millions or even billions in unpaid loans."
GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Sunday criticized the prisoner swap this weekend between the U.S. and Iran, saying the Obama administration is “negotiating with terrorists” and suggested the deal is part of the president’s overall weak foreign policy.
With just two-and-a-half weeks until voting begins in Iowa, Ted Cruz will sit down with Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" for a Sunday exclusive. Be sure to tune in this Sunday at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET!
On Fox News Sunday, Chris Wallace questioned White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough on President Obama using executive orders to bypass Congress.
In separate Fox News Sunday interviews, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush attacked President Obama after he announced plans to use his Oval Office powers to try to tighten gun-control laws.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) defended spying on mosques and Muslims, saying "that's where the threat is coming from."
On "Fox News Sunday," Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee spoke of the "seething rage of the electorate right now" and defended a super PAC ad critical of rival Ted Cruz.
On "Fox News Sunday," Republican presidential candidate described Donald Trump sniped at rival GOP candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, calling him "a little bit of a maniac," and hit hard at Democratic former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, claiming she's "killed hundreds of thousands of people with her stupidity."
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said on "Fox News Sunday" that there's no "magic bullet" to defeat terrorism, but a "conglomerate" of things we need to do.