“The actors are shorter, but the words all come from the candidates themselves,” the video’s description reads.
The moderators of last week’s Republican prime-time debate had an unlikely Fox News host talking in their ears all night.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said today that he thinks 24 million people tuned in to Thursday’s debate because Americans are desperate to see the country get back on track.
Dr. Ben Carson was on “The Kelly File” last night, where he assessed his debate performance and reacted to Donald Trump’s refusal to pledge support for the eventual Republican nominee.
Last night’s Fox News-Facebook debate brought in a record number of viewers, according to data from Nielsen Media Research.
Carly Fiorina was on “Fox and Friends” this morning, where she sounded off on the positive buzz surrounding her debate performance.
Hillary Clinton kept up with the Kardashians yesterday rather than tuning in to the Fox News-Facebook prime-time Republican debate.
Donald Trump pushed back against reports that he spoke to Bill Clinton before he decided to run for president.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said this morning on “Fox and Friends” that the position he has held on traditional marriage is the same one that Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton all held back in 2008.
Schwarzenegger said he wants to know how the candidates plan to bring both Democrats and Republicans together to fix our broken immigration system.
Bret Baier this afternoon previewed tonight’s Fox News-Facebook Debate Event Night, which kicks off at 5p ET on Fox News Channel.
Former New York Sen. Alfonse D’Amato said on “America’s Newsroom” today that Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio would be a winning Republican presidential ticket.