Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.) said the media worked with the Democratic Party to prevent a years-old photo of former President Barack Obama and controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan from surfacing until Obama was out of office.
Broadcasting live from the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Md. Wednesday, Sean Hannity blasted the media for continuing to criticize President Trump while ignoring his accomplishments.
Conservative author Michelle Malkin said the press is like an anti-Trump "4-H Club" that only care about "bringing down the president."
Howard Kurtz said many journalists have a "cultural disdain" for President Donald Trump.
Ben Stein said the mainstream media "disgraced itself" by fighting against the release of a controversial memo alleging government surveillance abuses.
On "Fox & Friends" Wednesday morning, Tomi Lahren said the mainstream media obsessively covers the Russia collusion narrative because they don't want to report on President Donald Trump's accomplishments or the "real collusion story."
Eric Trump ripped the mainstream media for what he considered the ridiculous questioning of the White House physician regarding his father's health.
Jesse Watters criticized the media for grilling the White House physician over President Trump's health.
Constitutional attorney and radio host Mark Levin sounded off on the "crap" dossier that alleged collusion between President Trump and the Russians.
Sean Hannity called out the media for "breathlessly" covering President Trump's tweet about North Korea and his war of words with Steve Bannon, while ignoring all the positive things that he's accomplishing.
Mike Huckabee ripped the media for their apparent ongoing derision toward President Trump.
Greg Gutfeld said there is an otherwise unassuming reason why President Trump's tweets may be the "best motivational tool" for his critics.