CNN and President Trump's reelection campaign are trading written blows over accusations of "fake news" in the campaign's latest advertisement.
Conservative Review host Michelle Malkin "raised a toast" to Sean Hannity after he "exposed" CBS journalist Ted Koppel as one of the "decrepit elitists" in the media.
"60 Minutes" took on the issue of fake news on Sunday night, with anchor Scott Pelley pressing a few of the purveyors of fraudulent or unvetted news stories.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) said Monday on "Hannity" that "fake news" is a threat to honest discourse "because it teaches people things that aren't true."
Judge Andrew Napolitano was a guest on "Fox & Friends" Monday to discuss the recent reports of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer collecting the phone of staffers in a check for leaked information.
The New York Times took out a television ad in response to President Donald Trump's labeling the news organization as "failing."
On "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Ann Coulter gave President Trump an overall "A+" grade for his governance after his first month in office.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria went after President Donald Trump over the weekend, calling his administration a "rocking horse presidency" that has accomplished little in its first month.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus was a guest on "Fox News Sunday" discussing a variety of issues facing President Donald Trump's administration.
President Trump and CNN's Jim Acosta faced off again today at a press conference, about a month after their contentious exchange.
President Donald Trump confirmed in a news conference Thursday that leaked information about his administration is "real," but he said much of the coverage of the leaks is "fake news."