In his opening monologue tonight, Sean Hannity absolutely slammed the mainstream media for their "meltdown" after President Donald Trump criticized them at his big rally in Arizona.
Independent voters were turned off big time by President Trump's attacks on the "fake news" media during his campaign-style rally on Tuesday night.
President Trump said white nationalists involved in the weekend's unrest in Charlottesville were abhorrent, but also blasted the far-left activists for similarly turning violent.
Following a statement on his new infrastructure permitting plan, President Trump answered several questions from the press.
In a controversial ad for the National Rifle Association (NRA), Dana Loesch ripped The New York Times for their "propaganda" and "fake news."
In his mini-monologue, Sean Hannity discussed a sampling of Trump White House officials fighting back against "fake news" programming.
Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson slammed what she called "transactional journalism," calling it "wholly inappropriate."
A Beltway-area reporter upset with being accused of "fake news" interrupted Sarah Huckabee Sanders during Tuesday's press briefing.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday morning to blast CNN for the publication of a Russia-related article that was later retracted.
President Trump heralded his return stateside with a stream of tweets Sunday morning.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans think the mainstream press is full of "fake news," according to the latest Harvard-Harris poll.
Homeland Security Secretary Gen. John Kelly took a shot at the mainstream media during the U.S. Coast Guard's graduation ceremony in New England.