In an interview with The Daily Beast, Fox News host Bret Baier discusses why he chose to write a book about Dwight Eisenhowers Farewell Address, what his legacy entailed, and whether Trump should learn from him.
"It was a soaring speech," Carlson said. "And he used the word organizer at least three times, maybe more than that. To me, that sounded like a harbinger of what's coming. That he's trying to inspire those who share his worldview."
"And happy 5th anniversary!"
Host of Fox News’ Special Report Bret Baier talks about his new book Three Days in January and the upcoming presidential inauguration.
With Kim Jong-un’s regime threatening to build an intercontinental ballistic missile, Bret Baier pointed out President-elect Donald Trump’s tweet about that possibility: North Korea just stated that it is in the final stages of developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the U.S. Show More Summary
It began in 2010
O'Reilly won the night. Bret Baier finished No. 2 in total viewers. Hannity defeated Kelly in A25-54. CNN finished No. 2 in the prime time demo.
Bret Baier hosts the 2017 ceremony.
Casinos and cable news make the president-elect a happy man.
It was a fateful night in Detroit. Fox News anchor Bret Baier will never forget the moment he realized how farcical the 2016 election was, he revealed on Thursday in an interview with NBC’s Seth Myers. He helped lead the network’s coverage of the third presidential debate on Oct. Show More Summary
"Everything that he says now is news because he is now the President-elect."
PRESIDENT ASH CARTER SAYS U.S. AND ALLIES NEED TO REMAIN IN IRAQ AFTER ISIS DEFEAT: Semi-retired president Barack Obama was unavailable for comment. (Carter’s video interview with Bret Baier is worth the look.)
Special Report with Bret Baier ranked No. 1 in total viewers on what was a relatively low-rated night for cable news.
Fox News' Doug McKelway, filling in on Special Report for Bret Baier tonight, pointed out how the media only highlights the disturbing actions of political extremists on just one side of the aisle.
House Speaker Paul Ryan is convinced that now his wet dream of privatizing Medicare will be realized. [I]n a Fox News interview with Bret Baier, Ryan said Medicare privatization is on. “Your solution has always been to put things together, including entitlement reform,” says Baier, using Republican code for privatizing Medicare. Show More Summary
“The past is the past,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Fox News's “Special Report” with Bret Baier Thursday after his meeting with...
Fox News' Bret Baier found something ironic in how Hillary Clinton and her campaign is officially not conceding tonight.
Just came over the airwaves on FoxNews..@FoxNews can now project @realDonaldTrump will win in #Wisconsin pic.twitter.com/nkUz7XysHq— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) November 9, 2016...
After Fox News called the election in favor of President Barack Obama, Fox contributor Karl Rove challenged their decision to give Ohio to the president, causing chaos on-air as hosts Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly scrambled to refute Rove's reluctance to believe the Fox News "decision desk's" call in favor of Obama.
Bret Baier asked Charles Krauthammer point blank: “Is Donald Trump now the de facto leader of the Republican party no matter what happens?” Citing Trump’s ability to fashion a new movement, Krauthammer answered in the affirmative: I think he is. Show More Summary