On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace grilled Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, in regards to his use of private email during the Bridgegate scandal. Wallace’s comment came in response to Christie’s...Show More Summary
According to Fox News' Chris Wallace, Hillary Clinton might not be the only 2016 candidate with email issues. "You've had your own problems," the host reminded Chris Christie Sunday morning.
As Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace put it this morning, Chris Christie received a bit of "blowback" on Saturday after he proposed his plan to track immigrants with visas like FedEx packages. He even proposed hiring FedEx CEO Fred Smith to implement the system. "People aren't packages," the host reminded Christie.
Chris Martin was spotted looking cozy with actress Annabelle Wallace recently, when just last month he and Jennifer Lawrence spent the weekend together for the fourth of July. This marks the second time- at least- that Chris and Jennifer have split. What happened this time? RELATED: Uh-oh: Kris Jenner and Jennifer Lawrence were caught in […]
Shannon Bream was the interviewer (instead of the usual Chris Wallace) and the guests were former Attorney General Mike Mukasey —who was calm and seemingly neutral — and Helen Tauscher — who was there to defend Hillary and looked so terrified that I took screen shots of her: Full transcript here. Excerpts:Click for more »
Ben Carson about an op-ed he wrote for The Jerusalem Post accusing Barack Obama’s speech of being “replete with coded innuendos employing standard anti-Semitic themes.” “Barack Obama, anti-Semitic?” Wallace asked incredulously. “All you have to do, Chris, is go to
Ben Carson joined Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday this morning and was quizzed on a lot of his positions. He finally had to try and answer like a rational human being running for the highest office in the land, but ended up sounding like an uninformed and unintelligent man listening to a bunch of policy hacks, who are equally clueless. Show More Summary
“What specifically is anti-Semitic in what the president is saying?"
Chris Wallace: "The idea you would do a phoner with a presidential candidate where they have all the control and you have none, where you can’t see them and they may have talking points in from of them... we are not a call in radio show,...Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] Fox News Channel announced that Bret Baier, Chris Wallace and Megyn Kelly will be returning to moderate the next Fox News debate to be held in January before the Iowa caucuses. No word yet if there will be two separate debates. A Fox rep stated: “As Fox demonstrated last week, our […]
“Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace stands apart from his colleagues and competitors on Sunday mornings in at least one regard: He won’t take a phone call from Donald Trump,” Politico reports. “The Republican frontrunner has shown a strong preference [...]
While Donald Trump tends to prefer phone interviews, this weekend he will be sitting down in person with Chuck Todd in Iowa for Meet the Press.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, speaks to moderators from left foreground, Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace during the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, in Cleveland. Show More Summary
Call off the grievance mob… Trump said Chris Wallace had blood pouring out of his eyes too. Last night Donald... The post Call Off the Grievance Mob=> Trump Said Chris Wallace Had Blood Pouring Out of His Eyes Too (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Reporting from Cleveland -- With the Republican presidential debate less than 10 hours away, Fox News anchors Chris Wallace, Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier sat at a long table with their producers and once again went over the game plan for the big night.
One of the more bizarre exchanges late in yesterday's debate was between Mike Huckabee and Chris Christie on Social Security and Medicare. The question posed to both of them by Chris Wallace: Governor Christie, I want to engage you and...Show More Summary
Give Fox News’ Chris Wallace credit for a valiant attempt Thursday night to get Donald Trump to back up his claim that the Mexican government is intentionally sending criminals into the United States. In an NBC interview last month, Trump claimed that “the Mexican government forces many bad people into our country, because they’re smart. Show More Summary
Withering glances. Long silences. Pointed questions. Combativeness before millions of viewers. And that was just Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace and Bret Baier.
First and foremost...I was right. Megyn Kelly (and to a lesser extent Brett Baier and Chris Wallace) did the heavy lifting in going after Trump last night. Yeah, they went after most of the candidates but holy hell did they...
Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times: Withering glances. Long silences. Pointed questions. Combativeness before millions of viewers. And that was just Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace and Bret Baier. From the opening moments of the debate, the moderators knew where to turn the screws. Show More Summary