In his opening monologue Tuesday night, Sean Hannity slammed Joe Scarborough for penning an op-ed titled "Trump is harming the dream of America more than any foreign adversary ever could."
The panel on "The Five" reacted Tuesday to a Washington Post op-ed in which MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said President Trump is "harming the dream of America more than any foreign adversary ever could."
ABC's Joy Behar lamented in one clip that tensions with North Korea could lead to the "annihilating [of] millions of people."
Radio host and Independent Women's Voice president Tammy Bruce said the media is continuing to attempt to "distract" from accomplishments President Donald Trump laid out in a Duluth, Minn. rally Wednesday evening.
In her Angle commentary, Laura Ingraham said the anti-Trump media response to his Singapore summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is "galling and predictable and oh-so-blatant."
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity discussed examples of what he considered the mainstream media's hypocrisy or "conspiracy theory" in their coverage of President Donald Trump.
Laura Ingraham said "the real summit embarrassment" involving the United States canceling its planned meeting with North Korean officials came not from President Donald Trump, but from the American media.
Laura Ingraham ripped the liberal media for cheering the fact North Korea may bow out of a planned summit with President Trump in Singapore.
The panel on "The Five" discussed opposing messages from two major figures in the Democratic Party over demands that President Donald Trump be impeached.
Greg Gutfeld said the media's critical narratives of President Trump "flunk" the "reality test," even if liberal journalists are so upset with the president that they need to "break out the therapy llamas."
Sean Hannity said many members of the mainstream media have been left "red-faced" by the progress made by President Trump with North Korea.
Some in the mainstream media are pushing an "unhinged" narrative that President Trump will authorize military action in Syria as a "wag the dog" strategy, Sean Hannity said Tuesday.