Following Senator Ted Cruz’s “Center Seat” session on Wednesday’s Special Report, FNC’s Bret Baier ended his program with some YouTube clips showing Cruz “has a hidden talent on the campaign trail, apparently.” Cruz watched along with the audience and, afterward, offered an assessment of his talent.
From the June 25 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: "Words Don't Mean Anything": Conservative Media React To Supreme Court's Health Care Decision "Follow The Money" And "Blackmail": Conservative Media Floats...Show More Summary
Fox News anchor Bret Baier appeared on NBC’s Today show this morning to discuss his son’s heart disease, moderating the upcoming GOP debate and his new book with Willie Geist and Natalie Morales. Baier’s son was born with five congenital heart defects, requiring complex surgery. Show More Summary
From the June 22 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Related: South Carolina Governor Calls For Confederate Flag's Removal Previously: NY Times' Helene Cooper Explains The Problem With The Confederate Battle Flag Being Displayed By Southern States
During his extended sit-down with Ben Carson Wednesday evening, Fox News' Bret Baier gave the 2016 Republican presidential candidate an opportunity to explain, once again, the confounding comments he made on CNN's New Day back in March about people who supposedly "go into prison go into prison straight — and when they come out, they’re gay."
“Transitions between” serious and not so serious stories “can be a bit rocky at times,” FNC’s Bret Baier noted in setting up a clip, at the end of his Tuesday night show, of just such a transition from HLN’s Morning Express. ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live called the video its “Segue of the Day.”
From the June 4 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: Conservative Media Dismiss The 8.2 Million Americans Who May Lose Health Insurance After King V. Burwell As A "Scare Tactic" Fox News Baselessly Suggests...Show More Summary
Congress was in recess this past week and, FNC’s Bret Baier suggested Wednesday night, some officials and politicians “might want to use this time to catch up on their sleep.” Viewers were then treated to an amusing collection, put together by ABC’s, of sleeping politicians “caught on tape.”
Bill Scher of the leftist Campaign for America's Future expressed delight in a Politico article that "Fox News Eats Its Own." "The first Republican presidential debate will air on Fox News and will be moderated by Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly...Show More Summary
The Thursday panel on Fox News Channel’s Special Report with Bret Baier took on the issue of the Obama administration’s so-called policy in addressing ISIS and blasted the President for maintaining that the U.S. and its allies are not...Show More Summary
It begins. Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace will moderate the first Republican presidential primary debate in conjunction with the Ohio Republican Party August 6 at 9pmET, live from Cleveland. This is a later start to the GOP...Show More Summary
If a governor changes his position on immigration and no one is around to hear it, does it really count? According to Wisconsin Governor and potential 2016 candidate, Scott Walker (R), changing your position on an issue can only be considered...Show More Summary
Wisconsin governor Scott Walker told Fox News’s Bret Baier yesterday that he hadn’t flip-flopped on immigration — he’s publicly admitted changing his mind on the issue — because … he hasn’t voted on it. “A flip would be someone whoShow More Summary
A nice catch by Matt Lewis: Wisconsin Governor and 2016 hopeful Scott Walker (R-WI) redefined "flip flop" on Bret Baier's show yesterday so that it didn't apply to his changing position on immigration.
From the May 14 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Related: Jeb Bush's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week Previously: Fox News Defends Jeb Bush's "Disastrous" Iraq War Answer Ron Fournier On Jeb Bush's Continued Support For Iraq War: "A Leader Who Can't Learn From Past Mistakes Is A Dangerous Leader"
On Wednesday’s Special Report with Bret Baier, FNC’s Charles Krauthammer slammed President Obama for attacking Fox News’ at an event on poverty at Georgetown University.
Fox News' The Kelly File was #1 in the 25-54 demo Friday night with 307K viewers, followed by Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier, which had 246K. The Five was third with 242K and The O'Reilly Factor, with guest host Laura Ingraham came in fourth with 234K.
Michael Morell, former deputy director of the CIA, told Bret Baier on Monday’s Special Report that the Obama administration’s response to the Benghazi attacks was “the most politicized national security issue” he had ever seen. It’s a “telling” statement, says Charles Krauthammer. “That’s after 30 years. Show More Summary
FNC’s Bret Baier ended his show this past Monday with a clip the Tonight Show featured of President Obama at an event the previous Thursday with middle schoolers at a library in Washington, DC, to promote reading. Baier explained that “when the President began to ramble a bit, the moderator gave him what those of us on live TV know as ‘the hard wrap.’”