CURAphotography/Shutterstock Claims made marketing the Pro Form ab Glider -- including ads and infomercials featuring talk show host Elisabeth Hasselbeck -- were "bogus" and violated a previous order by the Federal Trade Commission to...Show More Summary
These days, Elisabeth Hasselbeck is best known for her feud with Rosie O'Donnell and making questionable political statements, but before "The View" and "Fox & Friends," there was "Survivor." And it turns out she had a very different...Show More Summary
Leave it to Fox News Channel’s Elisabeth Hasselbeck to tie the NFL’s domestic abuse scandals to the Obama administration's handling of the 2012 Benghazi attack on the American Consulate in Libya.
Fox News’s Elisabeth Hasselbeck doesn’t give a damn if the liberal news media thinks she was reaching a little too far when she compared the recent NFL drama to the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attacks.
She's changed her tune! When the return of Rosie O'Donnell was originally announced for The View's upcoming season, a lot of people had a lot of things to say! Including this lady! But we guess she's letting bygones be bygones these days! Elisabeth Hasselbeck recently talked to Parade Magazine and it seems like the new Fox & Friends host is finally OK with Rosie returning [...]
Hoping its slavish elite media readers will just read the headline, snicker, and move on, Media Matters hurled this dishonest headline at Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Fox News Tuesday: A Fox Host Finally Connected The NFL Domestic Violence Controversy To Benghazi. Show More Summary
Because OF COURSE! Elisabeth Hasselbeck Compares NFL Domestic Violence Scandal To Benghazi More and more people are speaking out on the NFL domestic violence scandal including Fox News’ Elisabeth Hasselbeck. The former “The View” host tweeted today about
Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Tuesday may have become the very first Fox News host to connect the domestic violence scandal involving NFL player Ray Rice to the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi. Hours after her Fox & Friends show ended on Tuesday, Hasselbeck tweeted her thoughts about the...
Fox & Friends co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck celebrated one year with the morning show this morning. Hasselbeck’s co-hosts came with gifts. Steve Doocy gave her a framed picture of the New York Times advertisement that promoted her joining the show. Show More Summary
Here is Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck finding a way to connect the NFL’s Ray Rice domestic violence scandal to such favorite conservative topics at Benghazi and the IRS.
Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck connected an ongoing National Football League controversy surrounding domestic violence to the September 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya. The Fox & Friends host tweeted September 16, "Imagine...Show More Summary
Tuesday morning Elisabeth Hasselbeck celebrated 365 mornings as Gretchen Carlson's replacement on Fox & Friends, an anniversary longtime host Brian Kilmeade celebrated by giving her two Duane Reade-sized packets of Orbit gum -- a major deal, as chewing gum is apparently strictly forbidden by Kilmeade around the set.
Fear not, fans of “The View” who enjoyed seeing what topics would emerge between the panel members and Republican co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck — even though the show has been completely revamped, producers know that’s a tradition worth keeping. Hasselbeck is long gone, as is most of the original cast: Barbara Walters and Joy Behar stepped […]
Fox News hosts Steve Doocy and Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested on Monday that schools that had a meatless menu one day a week were “brainwashing” children with “propaganda.” In an op-ed for the Austin American-Statesman last week, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples...
Gary Painter, Sheriff from Midland County, Texas, warned Fox & Friends' Elisabeth Hasselbeck that not only was ISIS poised to sneak into the U.S through the porous Texas-Mexico border, but that based on evidence he'd heard of, "Muslims" were already being smuggled across. He presented no evidence that the alleged Muslims were connected to ISIS or any other terror group.
Alleging that President Barack Obama's speech Wednesday night outlining his four point plan to confront ISIS might have been poll-driven, Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck said Obama "spiked the football" about the great job he's been doing fighting counterterrorism.
You may prefer not to hear Elisabeth Hasselbeck's opinion on Iraq or the morning-after pill, but as the wife of a quarterback who played on seven different rosters — including Baltimore's practice squad in 2001 — she might actually have...Show More Summary
Fox & Friends cohost Elisabeth Hasselbeck claimed Wednesday morning that then-candidate Barack Obama had promised his better "understanding" of Muslims would prevent atrocities like the beheading of American freelance journalist Steven Sotloff by groups like ISIS -- something that ain't working so well, per Hasselbeck.
Florida pastor, Troy Schmidt to Elisabeth Hasselbeck: "Well, I don’t think they’ve read the Constitution"