Hours after reports that Fox News was trying to set up a Democratic debate before the California primary, Fox's Bret Baier asked DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz about whether they can make it happen.
Lester Holt, Bret Baier, David Muir and more attend Nordic State Dinner.
Baier is the second journalist to win the award.
“NAFTA was signed by Bill Clinton. NAFTA has been a catastrophe, an absolute catastrophe for our country.” —Donald Trump, interview with Bret Baier of Fox News, May 6, 2016 “NAFTA was given to us by Clinton. We can’t take any more of the Clintons.” —Trump, during a rally in Charleston, W.V., May 6 “NAFTA, signed […]
I would borrow, knowing that if the economy crashed, you could make a deal. – Donald Trump, during CNBC interview, yesterday BRET BAIER: You’ve been very clear on the stump that you oppose any reform of Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security. Yet you told the Washington Post you would eliminate $20 trillion in U.S. national debt […]
On May 3, Donald Trump made what was perhaps his most astonishing claim of the 2016 campaign season: in a phone-in interview with Fox And Friends, he brought up a picture run by a tabloid that purported to show Rafael Cruz, the father of Texas Senator Ted Cruz, with Lee Harvey Oswald on the day... Show More Summary
Special Report w/ Bret Baier was the No. 1 cable news program of the day among adults 25-54. HLN experienced week-to-week improvement in prime time viewers.
NOT TO MENTION, FOR HARSHING BARRY’S MELLOW: Senior Intel Analysts Say They Were Kicked Out For Contradicting Obama’s ISIS Agenda. That report is made even more damning when placed alongside the quotes that Bret Baier assembled from his interviews with Obama’s first three defense secretaries:
Chris Wallace will interview President Obama on Fox News Sunday April 10, marking Obama's first interview with the network since 2014. In past interviews, Fox figures including Wallace, Bret Baier and Bill O'Reilly have focused on Obama's ties to "radical" figures, hyped supposed scandals, lectured Obama on race, and interrupted him repeatedly. Show More Summary
FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORMED: In a segment titled “Shrinking Military,” Bret Baier talks with Mr. Obama’s three former defense secretaries, who all agree: inexperienced paranoid Obama staffers tried to micromanage the war on terror from the White House, believing that the military had it in for Obama, and shade their views to please the president. Taken together, […]
February 17, 2025, President Trump Day Trump City, New York, Trump's North America Bret Baier, Trump News Channel President Trump, how did you become the first three-term president since FDR? The 2016 electorate was a bunch of morons -- I love uneducated people! I told them what they wanted to hear. Show More Summary
From the March 31 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: BRET BAIER (HOST): President Obama wants to take money away from your kid's school if it does not do lunch the first lady's way. Correspondent Leland Vittert today from the White House tonight with a little presidential back-up for Michelle Obama's menu. Show More Summary
Fox News' Bret Baier misleadingly called the Zubik v. Burwell case a "David versus Goliath story" claiming the case deals with, "Catholic nuns who want nothing more than to serve God and help their fellow man but they do not want anything to do with abortion." On March 23, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Zubik v. Show More Summary
From the March 23 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: The reason this idea of heightened patrols in Muslim areas is a terrible mistake. The United States has the most successful assimilation, integration of Muslim population of any country in the West. Show More Summary
From the March 22 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier BRET BAIER (HOST): As we showed you earlier, the president's public response to the terror attacks was actually pretty brief, fairly low-key. Let's get reaction now from syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer, he's in Washington tonight. Show More Summary
In a taped interview with Fox's Bret Baier aired Monday afternoon, Sen. Ted Cruz sounded a confident note that he would clinch the nomination -- either by winning the decisive 1,237 delegates or in a contested convention -- though he said it would be a lot easier if Ohio Gov. John Kasich would just drop out.
Bret Baier, one of Megyn Kelly's Fox News colleagues and co-moderators, said last night he's getting just a little bit tired of Donald Trump's nasty attacks on Kelly.
The Fox News host on Trump's vitriolic obsession with his female colleague: "It's not at all comfortable."
Like some sick jilted lover, Donald Trump can't seem to get over the fact that Megyn Kelly just isn't that into him. UPDATED with Fox News' response and Bret Baier's. Today, he urged his Twitter followers to boycott her show. Ever since...Show More Summary