Mark Steyn said on "Fox & Friends" that Hollywood liberals' attacks on President Donald Trump at last night's Emmy Awards were "desperately sad."
Tucker Carlson and Mark Steyn discussed Hillary Clinton's new book, "What Happened," which chronicles the 2016 election.
Commentator Mark Steyn said Hillary Clinton's blame game regarding her explanations for losing the 2016 election is "like the world's dullest round of Clue."
Mark Steyn joined Tucker Carlson to riff on Hillary Clinton, who is charging hundreds of dollars for the chance to meet her at a book signing and a meet-and-greet.
Hillary Clinton described Donald Trump as a "creep" in excerpts from her audio book titled "What Happened," which is about the 2016 presidential election.
Mark Steyn criticized former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton for what he saw as hypocrisy in her objection to Confederate monuments.
Author Mark Steyn said that the First Amendment protections of freedom of speech and expression are paramount for a functional society.
Author Mark Steyn said "CNN should be ashamed of themselves" for firing Jeffrey Lord, a Trump-supporting author and analyst who tweeted "Sieg Heil" at a liberal advocacy group's president.
Sitting in for Tucker Carlson, Mark Steyn debated a newspaper reporter who supported a move by a Minnesota student group to shun white people.
Author Mark Steyn criticized the mainstream media for taking time to condemn President Trump's choice of words regarding the North Korean threat, while largely ignoring the threat itself.
President Donald Trump’s senior policy adviser Stephen Miller had a heated exchange with CNN reporter Jim Acosta during today's press briefing.
Mark Steyn said all the aspects of "collusion" the Democrats and Robert Mueller are searching for regarding President Trump can be found in the ongoing story of a former IT staffer to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.).