Bret Baier moderated a social media conference in Saudi Arabia Sunday.
Charles Krauthammer said surrogates defending Trump have been "left humiliated and contradicted." Host Bret Baier set up his "Special Report" panel debate by outlining the complaints of leaks coming from the White House, but added, "...but...Show More Summary
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan on Wednesday backed Donald Trump’s decision to fire James Comey, arguing the former FBI director “was compromised.” Discussing his initial reaction to Trump’s decision with Fox News’ Bret Baier, Ryan noted that “obviously firing an FBI director is no small thing...
Fox News' Special Report With Bret Baier took the news of Comey's firing with as much disbelief as any other new organization. During their panel discussion earlier in the segment Fox News' Charles Krauthammer was flummoxed by the whole thing and couldn't believe Trump fired Comey for something he did in July of 2015 against Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
Insight from the anchor of 'Special Report'
Bret Baier asked whether Trump would keep Steve Bannon in the White House rather than risk him becoming a critic from outside it, and Charles Krauthammer argued that Trump is likely to keep Bannon on for that reason: I think that’s exactly why he is likely to stay on. Show More Summary
Over and over, Rachel Maddow has questioned how it is possible that Vice President Mike Pence couldn’t have known that Gen. Mike Flynn was lying about his Russia conversation. In a March 9 interview with Bret Baier on Fox News, Pence swore that the story about Flynn lobbying for Turkey was...
Discussing Donald Trump’s humiliating defeat at the hands of his own party on Friday, Fox News anchor Bret Baier told host Shep Smith that the winner of the day was clearly not the GOP or the president—but former President Barack Obama. “Let me just say one thing, the biggest winner today:...
Fox News' Special Report host Bret Baier told Shepard Smith that today's failure of Republicans on healthcare makes "the biggest winner today, President Barack Obama." Reports swirled in that Trump asked Speaker Ryan to pull the bill...Show More Summary
Fox News anchor Bret Baier, hours after public remarks from Shep Smith, also addressed the international controversy over the White House repeating a claim from the network's own Judge Andrew Napolitano over alleged GCHQ surveillance of President Trump last year.
An under-the-radar interview between Fox News host Bret Baier and House Speaker Paul Ryan may provide some additional clues as to why President Donald Trump tweeted explosive claims earlier this month that his predecessor, PresidentShow More Summary
Commenting for the first time since making the explosive and controversial accusation on March 4, Trump referenced two media reports — a NYT article and reporting by Fox News host Bret Baier — as his possible sources for wiretapping accusations while speaking to Fox news host Tucker Carlson.
"If you watched Bret Baier and what he was saying, what he was talking about, and how he mentioned the word wiretap you would feel very confident that you could mention the name."
In an interview with Fox News' Bret Baier today, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was asked about the recent leak of two pages of President Donald Trump's 2005 tax return.
Fox News host Bret Baier was left stunned by House Speaker Paul Ryan’s continued pushing of the American Health Care Act—despite an abysmal score by the Congressional Budget Office. During Baier’s “Special Report” on Monday, Ryan said the CBO report—which revealed 14 million Americans could lose...
As you’ll see in the clip below, even the Fox News host isn’t buying it: Speaker Paul Ryan spoke with Fox’s Bret Baier tonight and reacted to the CBO score on the American Health Care Act. Baier brought up the millions of people theShow More Summary
Speaker Paul Ryan spoke with Fox's Bret Baier tonight and reacted to the CBO score on the American Health Care Act.
Fox News' Bret Baier tonight asked Vice President Mike Pence for his reaction to the revelation that former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn received over half a million dollars for consulting work that may have benefitted the Turkish government.
"But you did have the attorney general recuse himself today. It is news."
As Cortney reported, media personalities and the White House Correspondents Associated blasted the White House for excluding some media outlets...