West Virginia Congressional candidate Don Blankenship joined Neil Cavuto to discuss his plan to land on the November U.S. Senate ballot despite coming in third in the Republican primary.
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin III said on "Your World" that former coal baron Don Blankenship was the "only truly conservative Republican" candidate in Tuesday's primary race.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said he was pleased with the results of the West Virginia Republican primary.
Senator Mitch McConnell's campaign tweeted a picture of the Kentucky Republican smiling next to a caption that read, "Thanks for playing, Don" after West Virginia GOP primary hopeful Don Blankenship was declared one of the runners-up.
Rachel Campos-Duffy said it's "dangerous" for President Trump to expend political capital opposing Don Blankenship, a Republican hopeful for Senate in West Virginia.
Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume said Tuesday that the Republican primaries are becoming a competition of which candidate can be the most similar to and supportive of President Donald Trump.
Former Bush adviser Karl Rove ripped West Virginia Republican senatorial primary contender Don Blankenship as a "bigot" and a "racist," adding that he would doom the general election for the GOP.
West Virginia GOP Senate candidate Don Blankenship responded to allegations of racial insensitivity and intentionally personal attacks on the family of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Republican West Virginia U.S. Senate hopeful Don Blankenship brought a pair of "Ditch Mitch" ballcaps to the Fox News debate in Morgantown Tuesday.
At the Fox News West Virginia GOP Primary Debate, Martha MacCallum challenged the three candidates who accused each other of "carpetbagging" and holding "Jersey Values."
Sandra Smith pressed West Virginia Republican Senate candidate Don Blankenship on his racially charged criticism of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's Asian-American father-in-law.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell dismissed a racially charged criticism of his Asian-American father-in-law that was uttered by a Republican candidate in the West Virginia U.S. senate primary.