Tucker Carlson talked to Buzzfeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith about whether the outlet's publication of the anti-Trump dossier was political in nature, and asked him to respond to a lawsuit filed by one of the president's attorneys.
Tucker Carlson debated BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith four months after their first fiery battle over an unverified dossier of damaging claims against President Trump.
Tonight, Tucker Carlson took on BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith over his decision to publish a 35-page dossier of unverified allegations about ties between President Donald Trump and Russia.
This week on the "Greg Gutfeld Show", Greg Gutfeld slammed BuzzFeed for publishing an unverified dossier of compromising alleged intelligence against President-elect Donald Trump.
Neil Cavuto took on the CNN-Donald Trump feud on "Your World," arguing that Fox News Channel has faced the same sort of treatment from the Obama administration for eight years.
In his opening monologue tonight, Sean Hannity took aim at the "corrupt cabal" that is the American mainstream media.
In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly lamented the current state of the U.S. press following a series of "cheap attacks" on President-elect Donald Trump.
In his monologue on "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld ripped BuzzFeed for publishing unsubstantiated opposition research on President-elect Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russia.
Thursday's "Outnumbered" panel discussed the leak of a 35-page dossier claiming President-elect Donald Trump has had deep ties with Russia.
Tonight, Tucker Carlson took Mathew Ingram, of Fortune Magazine, over BuzzFeed's publishing of unverified documents suggesting President-elect Donald Trump has been compromised by Russia.
Bernie Goldberg believes that President-elect Donald Trump is somewhat to blame for his contentious relationship with the press, but he does have legitimate reason to be angry with them over "fake news" and unsubstantiated reporting.
Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz criticized BuzzFeed for publishing what he called a "bubbling stew of unverified rumors and allegations" against President-elect Donald Trump and any possible ties to Russia.