Greg Gutfeld on Wednesday called out an apparent double-standard in the media, where left-leaning outlets bash President Trump for his tough rhetoric toward adversaries, but give liberals much more of a pass.
Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) reacted to his former political rival Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) being shouted down by DACA supports she previously supported herself.
Greg Gutfeld said there is only one group at fault for the violence in Charlottesville last weekend.
An "Antifa" group in Chicago plans to open a gym to train members for potential clashes with Trump supporters, Tucker Carlson reported.
Tucker Carlson debated a New Jersey Democratic operative who tweeted an insensitive message after the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.).
Rocker Ted Nugent said he plans to tone down commentary during his shows that some observers may see as violent.
Mike Huckabee said President Trump's supporters are being subjected to "terrorism" for the simple fact they clicked the Republican lever in 2016.
Actor and game show host Chuck Woolery said that Hollywood is never held accountable for violent rhetoric directed at President Trump.
Rev. Darrell Scott, a megachurch pastor from Cleveland Heights, Ohio, said that top Chicago gang members reached out to him and want to work with President Donald Trump to combat violence in the Windy City.
“There’s been a real mass of tear gas as well as [firing of] rubber bullets into the crowd,” Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan said, reporting live from the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, as demonstrators and anti-police protesters clashed with law enforcement.
Regarding the police-involved shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott in North Carolina, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney told Megyn Kelly in an exclusive interview that “all the evidence” in the case supports the chronology reported by law enforcement.