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."
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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.
On “Fox News Sunday,” Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said front-runner Donald Trump's behavior follows the pattern of an entertainer, not a leader.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said on "Fox News Sunday" that the effort to defeat ISIS will require a "significant" ground force, but it will not resemble the Iraq War.
Rush Limbaugh said on "Fox News Sunday" that President Obama's "number one enemy is the Republican party and the conservative movement," and that he seems to want "payback" for wrongs committed by the U.S. since its inception.
Rush Limbaugh appeared on "Fox News Sunday," saying the president's dealing with ISIS is "inept and incompetent and nonexistent."
Chris Wallace asked Ben Carson on "Fox News Sunday" whether Americans should elect a president with no foreign policy experience in light of the Paris terror attacks.
On “Fox News Sunday,” Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina had strong words for female hosts of ABC's "The View" who called her "demented."
On "Fox News Sunday," Ben Carson cleared up confusion over the idea that he wanted to dismantle Medicare, saying "that's completely false."
Donald Trump joined Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" and responded to Carly Fiorina's claim that he and Ben Carson pushed for the CNBC debate to be two hours and include opening and closing statements because they're worried about answering questions for three hours.
On "Fox News Sunday," Chris Wallace and Donald Trump sat down for the first time since the Fox News debate to discuss a wide variety of topics, including Trump's most recent controversy.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) on "Fox News Sunday" officially announced his bid to become the next Speaker of the House.