Judge Andrew Napolitano returned to the Fox News airwaves after a two-week absence following a controversial statement about U.K. surveillance of the Donald Trump presidential campaign. On March 14, Napolitano claimed on Fox & Friends...Show More Summary
Fox News' legal analyst Andrew "Judge" Napolitano returned to the air on Wednesday morning, nine days after the network benched him when President Donald Trump cited the Fox talking head as the source of claims that Barack Obama used British intelligence to wiretap him. Show More Summary
Judge Andrew Napolitano returned to Fox News Channel this morning, nine days after the network benched him when President Donald Trump cited the FNC talking head as his source of claims Obama used British intelligence to wiretap him. "I...Show More Summary
Judge Andrew Napolitano spoke on Fox News, Wednesday, making his first appearance on the network after pushing a controversial report in defense of President Trump's claims of wiretapping during the 2016 election.
And to the news side of the channel, not the opinion side.
Andrew Napolitano is a frequent fixture on Fox News who calls himself “Judge Napolitano” because he was a New Jersey Superior Court judge two decades ago, so it comes as no surprise that he takes himself more seriously than anyone else does. Read more...
Supreme Court Justice Andrew Napolitano? It could happen, according to the judge and Fox News' senior judicial analyst.
The firing of Judge Andrew Napolitano shows that Fox News isn’t as “fair and balanced” as it pretends to be.
Fox News has officially suspended Judge Andrew Napolitano indefinitely over his surveillance claims on President Trump. At issue here is the claim made by Napolitano that the intelligence agencies played
Andrew Napolitano, the former New Jersey Supreme Court judge, was cited by Trump to defend claims that former President Obama wiretapped the Trump Tower.
Senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano won't be making televised appearances on Fox News for the time being, according to anonymous sources familiar with the situation who were cited by the Los Angeles Times on Monday. Napolitano...Show More Summary
It’s been a crazy busy news day, so it might have been a good time to make a quiet personnel move. Sources confirm to Deadline that Fox News has removed its legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano from its airwaves for at least the near...Show More Summary
Fox News pulled senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano off the air indefinitely following growing controversy over his dubious claim that Barack Obama used the British intelligence services to wiretap Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential election, the LA Times reports. Napolitano made...
Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News' senior judicial analyst, has been pulled from the network, according to a new report out tonight.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano is being kept off the air indefinitely amid the controversy over his unverified claims that British intelligence wiretapped Trump Tower at the behest of former President Obama. Fox News did not respond to inquiries about Napolitano’s status...
Finally, Theresa May's government has denied the accusations, formulated [first] by Judge Andrew Napolitano, then by the White House's spokesman, Sean Spicer, that the GCHQ had wire tapped Trump Tower on behalf of Barack Obama. However,...Show More Summary
A report from the New York Times tonight says that one of the sources Fox's Judge Andrew Napolitano cited for his claim about GCHQ surveillance of Trump that sparked a national incident this week came from someone who once pushed a Michelle Obama hoax.
Fox News anchor Bret Baier, hours after public remarks from Shep Smith, also addressed the international controversy over the White House repeating a claim from the network's own Judge Andrew Napolitano over alleged GCHQ surveillance of President Trump last year.
With all the attention on Fox News right now because of a report from Judge Andrew Napolitano about surveillance on Trump being conducted by British intel agency GCHQ, it didn't take long after President Trump's presser for Shep Smith to respond on Fox.
Just hours after the furious British spy agency slammed the White House for Sean Spicer's claim, made first on Tuesday by Fox News' judge Andrew Napolitano, that the UK's spy agency GCHQ had helped Trump spy on Obama, calling it claim...Show More Summary