President Trump dismissed a question from a CNN reporter after learning of his employer during a press briefing on the G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Canada.
NBC News misreported that federal investigators had placed a wiretap on the phone lines of President Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen.
As President Donald Trump mulls attending this year's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, "Outnumbered" host Kennedy believes he should go to face the media networks that he declares are "fake news."
President Trump vowed to protect gun rights, called out the media and touted the success of "Roseanne" in remarks Thursday afternoon.
Ahead of President Donald Trump's planned "Fake News Awards" for members of the press, Juan Williams said the president himself should receive a "lifetime achievement award" for "fake news."
Steve Hilton went after Sen. Jeff Flake for Wednesday's Senate floor speech in which he likened President Trump's attacks on the mainstream media to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.
Former White House aide Sebastian Gorka blasted Sen. Jeff Flake for invoking Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in his recent criticism of President Trump.
At a joint press conference with Republican leaders at Maryland's Camp David, President Trump responded to criticisms of his mental fitness.
Greg Gutfeld said there is an otherwise unassuming reason why President Trump's tweets may be the "best motivational tool" for his critics.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders responded to questions about President Trump's planned "most dishonest and corrupt" media awards, scheduled for next week.
Bill Hemmer asked White House counselor Kellyanne Conway whether President Trump is serious about awards for the "most dishonest and corrupt" reporters.
Political analyst Gayle Trotter said we have "seen the death of" investigative journalism in 2017.