Jason Chaffetz, who recently stepped down from the House of Representatives and into a Fox News gig, wondered why congressional investigators are focusing on Jared Kushner instead of Chelsea Clinton. Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and White House senior adviser, released an 11-page...
Via Mediaite: “Republicans need to get a backbone,” Chaffetz started, defiantly. “Every time the Democrats say they need to call up Jared Kushner or Don Jr. — call up Chelsea Clinton, call up the Clintons.” “There we have an inspector general who issues a report stating an actual crime. Show More Summary
Former Congressman Jason Chaffetz appeared on Fox & Friends Monday morning to discuss Jared Kushner's interview with members of the Senate Intelligence Committee over a meeting he had with a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.
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It's rare that you hear a Trump defender like Fox Employee and former Rep. Jason Chaffetz get called out for his ludicrous statements right there on Fox News, but it happened. Sitting with the ladies of Fox News' "Outnumbered" this morning,...Show More Summary
"It really feels like they haven't gotten together and figured out a plan yet," the former representative said.
Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) has only been out of office since June 30, but he’s already criticizing his Republican former colleagues on the party’s inability to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. In a Fox News appearance on July 5, Chaffetz, one of the network’s...
On Wednesday night, Former congressman and now Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz criticized fellow Republicans for not doing enough on health care reform.
Thanks for the memories.
During the “Overtime” segment of HBO’s Real Time, host Bill Maher’s panel took some parting shots at Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) — who is stepping down — for wanting to strip Americans of their health care while at the same time complaining he isn’t paid...
The Utah congressman, who led the the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, has officially stepped down.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz is leaving Congress behind for a life in television, Fox News announced on Wednesday. Chaffetz will be a contributor to the network starting July 1, the day after he will officially resign from Congress. The UtahShow More Summary
The Utah rep. is joining Fox News as a contributor
House Republican Jason Chaffetz of Utah, two days away from his unexpected retirement from Congress, announced on Wednesday he was heading to Fox News as a contributor, according to the network. The announcement confirmed speculation...Show More Summary
"There comes a point where you gotta get off the crazy train." The post Jason Chaffetz starts his new job at Fox News next month appeared first on Hot Air.
To the surprise of absolutely nobody… Chaffetz, who made a big splash by un-endorsing Trump and who promised to prob Clinton for years, is cashing out. https://t.co/zlE32ReB5t — Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) June 28, 2017 INBOX: FOX News Channel (FNC) has signed soon-to-be former Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) to a contributor role. — Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) […]
If you’re already an established Republican politician, getting a gig on Fox News must be one of the easiest things in the world. Basically, all you have to do is make a name for yourself by saying or doing something completely outrageous that promotes conservative talking points in some way, and you might as well be an A-list celebrity. Show More Summary