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When Elisabeth Hasselbeck introduced Fox & Friends' "Legal Insanity" segment Tuesday morning, she reminded her guests, resident psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow and legal analyst Arthur Aidala, that they would be talking about a "serious subject."
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is not amused by the controversial "Saturday Night Live" ISIS sketch, slamming the "insensitive" bit for going too far. The skit is a play on a Toyota Super Bowl commercial in which a father is seen raising his daughter...Show More Summary
Most TV pundits have stayed relatively neutral on the topic, saying it's SNL's right to mock the terrorist group if they see fit. Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, however, did not hold back her disapproval Monday morning, saying there's "nothing funny about ISIS."
Elisabeth Hasselbeck told Fox and Friends' Hollywood-hating crowd that the "Lefties went full throttle when they gave their voice" at the Oscars last night. From Neil Patrick Harris' best and whitest, I mean brightest joke; to Iñárritu's...Show More Summary
Actress Stacey Dash says Hollywood snubbed the smash hit “American Sniper” at the Oscars because of Clint Eastwood’s speech at the RNC. Elisabeth Hasselbeck: How pervasive are politics in Hollywood right where we can’t even watch the Oscars? Everybody has … Continue reading ?
Elisabeth Hasselbeck spent 10 years on The View and recently told Rachael Ray she has no plans to return. The daytime talk show staple that debuted with 3 of 4 new cohosts last September recently announced the departure of Rosie O’Donnell after just five months. Show More Summary
Former ‘The View’ co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck dropped by ‘The Rachael Ray Show’ for a chat (I’m sure they did some cooking, too). Now that Rosie O’Donnell has left ‘The View’ for the second time, Rachael Ray asked Elisabeth the obvious question: is she considering filling the empty co-host seat? RELATED: Elisabeth Hasselbeck gets honest about […]
Elisabeth Hasselbeck hosted a segment bashing a scieince teacher for discussing the lack of black physicists
"You've gotta be kidding me," said a flabbergasted Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
On Fox & Friends this morning, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck spoke to Bishop E.W. Jackson about President Barack Obama’s statements comparing Islamic State terrorists to Christian crusaders. “Before we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place,” the...
Via Mediaite. I saw this Letterman interview, and thought Wallace was as mild as she could credibly be, under the circumstances. She doesn't have to spell it out, we all know Sarah Palin was unqualified to be VP. (Even if John McCain...Show More Summary
Donald Trump joined the cast of the Lifestyles of the Rich and Republican at Fox and Friends, as he does every Monday. This morning, he was checking in from a South Carolina Tea Party Klan gathering. Elisabeth Hasselbeck was giddy and...Show More Summary
Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Monday praised a retired Army sniper for killing 33 people in four months, and then encouraged him to slam filmmaker Michael Moore for saying snipers should not be thought of as heroes. Following the news that the movie “American Sniper” broke box...
Elisabeth Hasselbeck and the Fox & Friends troika went off on writer Max Blumenthal Tuesday morning for a series of tweets from Christmas Day in which Blumenthal criticized the new film American Sniper for placing sympathy with Kyle rather than those he shot.
Fox News Channel will air “A Fox & Friends Christmas” tomorrow night, Christmas Eve, at 8pmET. The annual special will be hosted by Steve Doocy, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Brian Kilmeade with “Fox & Friends Weekend” co-hosts Tucker Carlson,...Show More Summary
A black pastor explained to Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Thursday that she was wrong to assert that President Barack Obama had made the lives of black people worse, and that “someone white would make that argument.” In a recent interview with People magazine, the president and...
Yesterday, as a siege in Sydney, Australia unfolded at the hands of a lone gunman who took over a cafe and held over a dozen people hostage, “Fox & Friends” co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck jumped at the chance to use the situation as a jumping off point to defend the CIA torture program — as if the [...]
Fox & Friends continues to be the lead paint of news. After her co-hosts gave an update on the hostage situation, [host Elisabeth Hasselbeck] said, “Meanwhile, the actual individuals here at home who have been looking into and trying...Show More Summary
Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Monday used a hostage crisis at a Lindt Chocolate Cafe in Sydney to lash out at liberals who she said made the CIA into “bad guys” for using torture on detainees. During Fox & Friends coverage of the hostage standoff, Hasselbeck pivoted to an...