Rush Limbaugh joined Chris Wallace on Sunday for an interview on Fox News Sunday. The topic that Rush was set to discuss was presidential candidate Ben Carson. Wallace did not waste any time by asking Limbaugh if he thought that Ben Carson could do the job if he was to be elected president. Show More Summary
From the November 22 edition of Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Fox News Sunday: CHRIS WALLACE (HOST): Let's do a lightning round get your quick reactions to some of the people running, I know you'd like this -- RUSH LIMBAUGH: A lightning round! WALLACE: -- Running for president in 2016. Show More Summary
Recently, Chris Wallace, of that most liberal of the lame stream media, Fox News, interviewed Benny about foreign policy. His question: "You have said that you would as president try and create an international coalition, militarily to go after ISIS. Show More Summary
On this morning's Fox News Sunday, Chris Wallace asked Ben Carson how he would defeat ISIS and after a lengthy word salad response, Wallace tried to pin him down on detailing something real so he asked him who he would bring first into...Show More Summary
Chris Wallace bluntly asked Ben Carson on Fox News Sunday this morning why, with the Paris attack putting things into stark perspective, Americans would want a president with no foreign policy experience.
From the November 8 edition of Fox Broadcasting Co's Fox News Sunday: CHRIS WALLACE (HOST): Kim, Carson says that this is going to hurt him -- I mean rather help him not hurt him, and in fact there are a number of conservatives who have rallied round him since the West Point story came up. KIMBERLEY STRASSEL: Yeah, I think it might. Show More Summary
It looks like Chuck Todd got the same set of talking points as Fox's Chris Wallace on the Republican Benghazi witch hunt, because they sure looked like they were reading off of the same script this Sunday. Wallace hosted an entire panel...Show More Summary
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace was a little baffled this morning as he confronted Ben Carson over whether he would get rid of Medicare.
Last week Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace told America’s Newsroom that his upcoming interview with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump would be “huuuuge,” and it turns out he was right on the money. According to Nielsen, the October 18 interview attracted 1,618,000 viewers easily beating the show’s previous high set on February 15, 2009. In […]
Fox News' Chris Wallace repeated Republican Rep. Jim Jordan's false allegation that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton intentionally misled the public about the cause of the 2012 Benghazi attacks when she attributed them publicly to protests inspired by an inflammatory anti-Muslim video but privately described them as an act of terror. Show More Summary
Last week's episode of Fox News Sunday was as "huuuuuuuge" as host Chris Wallace expected and more, thanks to the program's sit-down interview with special guest Donald Trump. The Republican presidential candidate's appearance helped FNS score its highest ratings in six years.
This is Chris Wallace. In the wake of Joe Biden taking himself out of the race for President, I interviewed the Vice President at his official residence. You can see the full interview on Fox News Sunday, but here is an excerpt. Wallace: Mr. Show More Summary
Continuing to strew ratings records wherever he appears, Donald Trump delivered Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace its most-watched broadcast in more than six years. The Sunday Beltway show logged 1,618,000 total viewers last Sunday, and 471K news-demo viewers. Show More Summary
Fox's Chris Wallace tonight said it might hurt Republican arguments for governance in 2016 if they can't get behind Paul Ryan for Speaker.
Americans “don’t make anything anymore,” said Donald Trump on Fox on Sunday with Chris Wallace, lamenting what he sees as the death of U.S. manufacturing. “I just ordered 4,000 television sets. You know where they come from? South Korea...Show More Summary
During an interview with Chris Wallace of Fox News, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated his assertion that the Planned Parenthood abortion business should be de-funded. Planned Parenthood has been caught in a series of 10 videos selling aborted babies and their body parts. SIGN THE PETITION! Congress Must De-Fund Planned Parenthood Immediately Below is […]
Well, this was a surprise. Chris Wallace interviewed Donald Trump this morning and walked away believing Trump could become the next president of the United States. It looks like the
That's his clever answer in case you're looking for specifics about anything he can't or doesn't want to answer, as stated on "Fox News Sunday" this morning when Chris Wallace asked him about how he'd use the debt limit. Pushed, he used the magic word again: "I do not want to say that because I want to show unpredictability. Show More Summary
Donald Trump continued his ongoing feud with Jeb! over his comments that his brother kept us safe after 9/11 on this weekend's Fox News Sunday, and told host Chris Wallace if he were president the attacks would not have happened on his...Show More Summary