Fox News Sunday selected Victoria Toensing and Joseph diGenova, attorneys who represented witnesses at a Republican-led hearing on the attacks at a U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, for its "power players of the week," anShow More Summary
In light of the controversies facing the Obama administration (Benghazi, IRS, AP vs. DOJ), some of the president's critics have felt the issues undermine the "big government" ideology of the left. The topic made its way to Chris Wallace's panel on Fox News Sunday panel this weekend, where Kirsten Powers begged to differ.
Senior Obama advisor Dan Pfeiffer tried to deflect Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace’s questions about the president’s whereabouts and involvement in the decisions on the night of the 9/11 attacks in Benghazi. He went on to call the suggestion...Show More Summary
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) weighed in on the Obama scandals today on FOX News Sunday, “We had to run against his empty promises. Now we are seeing big government in practice. Now we are seeing the arrogance, the cronyism in … Continue reading ?
The White House, in full defense mode, sent out White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer on Fox News Sunday to explain just why the woman behind the IRS’ tax-exempt division during its targeting of conservative groups shouldn’t be fired. Show More Summary
On Fox News Sunday this morning, White House spokesman Dan Pfeiffer was asked by Chris Wallace where in the White House President Obama was during the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi that killed four Americans. “Question,” asked Wallace. Show More Summary
White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer made the Sunday show rounds this week, including a stop at Fox News Sunday, where Chris Wallace pressed him on the administration's handling of and response to the Benghazi attack. Wallace persisted on the topic of the emails about the talking points in particular — but the two couldn't manage to agree.
From the May 19 edition of Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Fox News Sunday: Previously: The Wall Street Journal Ignores Troop Deployment To Continue Benghazi Scandal Mongering Krauthammer Still Hasn't Seen This Photo Of Obama From Night Of Benghazi Attack
On this week’s Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace pressured White House Senior Advisor Dan Pfeiffer about why the Obama administration didn’t act sooner to address the IRS’s inappropriate targeting of conservative groups applying for...Show More Summary
Obama aide Dan Pfeiffer was questioned about the Benghazi 9-11 attacks this morning on FOX News today, “I don’t remember what room he was in. It’s a largely irrelevant fact” It’s irrelevant. Via FOX News Sunday: Pfeiffer tripped all over … Continue reading ?
Quotes of the Day HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY: Mother’s Day at Nats Park w @LukeRsmom beer & dogs 1 price fixed brunch 0. “Is this Fox News or National Inquirer?” — Rep.-elect Mark Sanford on Fox News Sunday. Gayle King in leopard panties “At...Show More Summary
Click here to view this media I'm not sure what else Rep. Adam Smith expected to hear from host Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday this weekend, since his network has been in full fake Benghazi outrage mode ever since the attacks in Libya,...Show More Summary
It's clear that Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA) had an aggressive strategy for his appearance on "Fox News Sunday" for a segment on the emerging scandal and cover-up surrounding the alteration of talking points for Amb. Susan Rice the week after the deadly terror attacks on Sept. Show More Summary
Former liberal Rep. Dennis Kucinich was on FOX News Sunday: Chris Wallace: Do you think the talking points were politically scrubbed? Dennis Kucinich: Of course they were. Come on, are you kidding? This is one of those things that you … Continue reading ?
On Fox News Sunday this morning, Weekly Standard editor William Kristol defended former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from partisan political attacks over the tragedy in Benghazi, while also urging non-partisan investigations into that incident and the IRS' targeting of conservative groups during the 2012 election. Show More Summary
Former Democratic Congressman and presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich slammed the unethical targeting of conservative Tea Party groups by the IRS on Fox News Sunday's panel, unequivocally suggesting that this was political targeting at its worst.
Former South Carolina Governor and current Congressman-elect Mark Sanford celebrated his victory over electile dysfunction with an appearance on Fox News Sunday, where he good-naturedly bristled at host Chris Wallace's personal line of questioning by asking "Is this Fox News, or The National Enquirer?"
Congressman Adam Smith said on Fox News Sunday that Republicans are more interested in creating scandal than finding out who was behind the Benghazi attacks: “There was no question this was a it terrorist attack. They didn’t deny it. I would much rather get into investigation of the groups that threatened the U.S., figure out [...]
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