Ahead of an interview at the White House with President Trump, Stuart Varney said Wednesday on "Fox & Friends" the media continually ignores positive economic news.
Over the past four months, President Donald Trump has received overwhelmingly negative coverage from the mainstream media, according to a new Media Research Center study.
Tomi Lahren joined Jesse Watters on "Watters' World" to react to a Media Research Center study that found the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts overwhelmingly described President Trump with negative language.
A Media Research Center study found the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts overwhelmingly describe President Trump with negative language.
More than 300 newspapers -- including The New York Times, The Boston Globe and the Miami Herald -- are banding together and running editorials pushing back on President Trump.
Laura Ingraham said the media coddles Antifa and leftist protesters because their anti-Trump message aligns with the one prevailing in many American newsrooms.
Ben Shapiro said the uproar to President Trump's warning to Iran is another example of overreaction by the mainstream media.
Sean Spicer said President Trump has "constantly been under attack" from the media, but his approval rating is going up because he's achieving results for the American people.
Radio host Rush Limbaugh said the mainstream media wanted President Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to fail, and they were caught completely off guard by the success of the meeting.
Tammy Bruce said the mainstream media is so opposed to President Donald Trump that they are rooting for him to fail on everything from the economy to the North Korea summit.
Tomi Lahren called out the mainstream media for wild speculation about Melania Trump's whereabouts after the first lady spent several weeks out of the public eye.
Katie Pavlich slammed the media for wild speculation about Melania Trump's health and whereabouts after the first lady spent several weeks out of the public eye.