“Campaign Carl” Cameron, longtime chief political correspondent, scorches his old employer and its “right-wing hosts.”
Carl Cameron, the former chief political correspondent at Fox News once known as “Campaign Carl,” is calling out his old network.
Cameron, who left Fox News in 2017 after 22 years, announced he’s joining the new progressive website called Front Page Live. And he didn’t hold back on... Read more
The president claimed the Middle Eastern kingdom is a “big buyer” of American goods and encouraged NBC’s Chuck Todd to “take their money.”
President Donald Trump shrugged off his own government’s reports concluding Saudi Arabian leadership directed the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year, stressing that the Middle Eastern kingdom is a valuable ally to the U.S.
During an interview with... Read more
Officials in major cities are taking a stand against President Trump’s threats for mass deportation in order to protect their immigrant residents.
Mayors, city officials and police departments from across the country are refusing to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement after seeing reports that the agency will launch sweeping deportation raids in at least 10 major cities over the weekend.
The raids... Read more
Chris Wallace and Shep Smith both claimed “something’s wrong” with the president’s version of events.
Fox News hosts Chris Wallace and Shep Smith on Friday poked holes in President Donald Trump’s explanation for calling off an airstrike on Iran on Thursday night.
Trump claimed on Twitter Friday morning that he’d aborted the mission, that was in retaliation to Iran’s downing of an... Read more
U.S. President Donald Trump approved military strikes on Friday against Iran in retaliation for the downing of an unmanned $130-million surveillance drone, but pulled back from launching the attacks, the New York Times said.
Trump had initially approved strikes on a handful of targets such as radar and missile batteries, the paper cited senior administration officials involved in, or briefed on... Read more