Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace asked neurosurgeon and GOP novelty Ben Carson, who is very vocally teasing a presidential run, if his inexperience disqualified him from the office, especially given the results of Obama’s alleged inexperience. “After looking at
On "Fox News Sunday," Dr. Ben Carson said there is "certainly the potential" for widespread anarchy in the United States within the next couple of years. When host Chris Wallace asked Dr. Carson about a previous statement he made that...Show More Summary
On "Fox News Sunday," host Chris Wallace grilled Deputy National Security Advisor Tony Blinken about President Barack Obama's continued insistence that core al Qaeda has been decimated. Wallace first asked about President Obama's 2013...Show More Summary
Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday pointed out to former neurosurgeon Ben Carson that it might be irresponsible to elect him president because he had never been elected to office and had no experience in government. “You and I are friends,” Wallace noted in an interview with Carson...
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace asked neurosurgeon and GOP novelty Ben Carson, who is very vocally considering running for president, if his inexperience disqualified him from the office, especially given the results of Obama's alleged inexperience.
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Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace asked Deputy National Security Advisor Tony Blinken about the Obama administration's change in tone and rhetoric from several months ago, when admin spokespeople were declaring al Qaeda decimated and seeking to overturn the 2002 AUMF, to now, when they are whipping up support for what Peggy Noonan calls the Boom Boom Boom.
FishbowlDC drops by FNC’s DC HQ to chat with “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace. “It is such a privilege and a responsibility to have the opportunity for an hour every week to question the most powerful people in the world,” Wallace says. Rena Popp joins CNN as EP of “New Day Weekend” based in Atlanta. Show More Summary
Shepard Smith is getting really tired of all the "pretending" over Iraq, and wanted to make sure Chris Wallace knew that today. And things kind of got a bit awkward as Smith went on and on.
In an interview airing Sunday (Sept. 28) on "FOX News Sunday," Reese Witherspoon tells moderator Chris Wallace what an inspiration Tina Fey's book "Bossypants" has been to her life. The actress, who is known for films such as "Legally...Show More Summary
As part of our newsroom tour series, FishbowlDC recently visited the set of “FOX News Sunday” to chat with host Chris Wallace to find out what goes into putting on a Sunday morning program. This year is Wallace’s 50th in the Washington...Show More Summary
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace snagged actors Reese Witherspoon and Ger Duany for an interview airing this weekend, and the actress dished about their latest movie, “The Good Lie” and the need for complex roles for women in Hollywood flicks, according to a sneak peek at their conversation. Witherspoon revealed an A-list inspiration behind her production […]
Former “Meet the Press” host David Gregory is still in touch with the Sunday Shows, at least on Twitter. Gregory re-tweeted Daniel Silva’s tweet about his segment on “Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace.” Silva, a New York Times best-selling author, was Wallace’s Power Player featured on today’s show. Show More Summary
Forget Mitt Romney for 2016. Speaking to Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace, Romney explained that he was not running for president, adding that his time had “come and gone.” “Let me tell you, it was a great experience running for president. Show More Summary
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney spoke to Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace about the potential that he'd run for president in 2016 (he pinky-swears no), President Barack Obama's foreign policy (thumbs down), and whether he'd run for president in 2016, which Wallace asked him about in as many ways as humanly possible.
"Joe Biden can't part his lips without making a gaffe. If you are hanging your hat on that one, do away with them. All, except for Chris Wallace's show on Fox, are hopelessly biased towards left-wing guests, viewpoints, and issues. That is what was lost with Russert. Show More Summary
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace slowed Fox & Friends roll on President Barack Obama's approval rating Friday morning (it is Friday, right?), arguing that his low numbers suggest less an appetite for war than for the ever-nebulous "weakness." For proof, he pointed out that even Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), the lefty's lefty, is sounding stronger on ISIS than Obama.
In January 2014, David Kennedy, CEO, TrustedSec, told Chris Wallace on FOX News Sunday the Obamacare website security is “much worse off” today despite the testimony of government agents. Kennedy and seven other security researchers came to the same conclusion: … Continue reading ?
Chris O'Shea and James Harvey Ward are set as series regulars in Point Of Honor, Amazon's Civil War family drama pilot from Carlton Cuse and Randall Wallace. It centers on best friends and brothers-in-law, Robert Sumner and John Rodes, who find themselves on opposite sides of the conflict. Show More Summary
“Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace talks about his 50 years in news in a Q&A with The Hollywood Reporter. In the wake of the shakeup at NBC’s “Meet the Press” — which he hosted for two years beginning in 1987 — Wallace talks about the significance of the Sunday shows. Show More Summary