Greta Van Susteren pressed State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki tonight on whether the American people will get to see what deal the U.S. reached with Iran before it's officially signed off on.
In the past couple of weeks, I've heard Fox yakkers say things I actually agreed with -- two or three times. (And I can assure you that they're moving closer to my views, and not vice versa.) Now I read this from Greta Van Susteren,Show More Summary
"Can’t the NY Times do better than this?" Van Susteren asked. "No named sources and they didn’t see the emails themselves and we are suppose to accept this as the facts?"
With the news this week that an anti-human trafficking bill stalled in the Senate, Fox is re-airing Greta Van Susteren‘s special on the issue. The report, which took Van Susteren to Southeast Asia in January and includes interviews with Cindy McCain, Sen. Bob Corker, and Rev. Franklin Graham will air on Fox Business Network Saturday night at 10pmET.
Hand it to Fox News host Sean Hannity, he’s the guy most potential Republican presidential candidates have in their Twitter streams. The wizards at Bloomberg Politics took a look at the GOP 2016 field–specifically, who the likely candidates follow, and found Hannity in first place, followed by 13 of 17 tracked candidates. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Appearing on Greta Van Susteren’s FOX News show last night, Catherine Herridge and John Bolton followed up on the disappearance of Iran and Hezbollah from the 2015 Worldwide Threat Assessment of the Intelligence Community issued by the Director of National Intelligence (video below, also posted here along with a partial transcript). Show More Summary
Separate planes from D.C. to Los Angeles on the same day? Yes, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama did just that, and it has Fox News’ Off the Record star, Greta Van Susteren, furious, or “outraged,” to be more precise. Greta...Show More Summary
Fox News host Greta Van Susteren on Sunday blasted Republican senators for sending a “horrific” letter to Iran, and attempting an “end run” around the president. David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, told an ABC News panel that the 46 senators who joined Sen. Tom...
Fox News commentator Greta Van Susteren says she thinks it was wrong for 47 Republican Senators to send a warning letter to Iran. The letter told the Iranian regime not to rely on any agreement with President Obama that did not have the approval of Congress. “I think that letter was horrific,” Van Susteren said on ABC’s This Week. Show More Summary
Last night, Fox News' Greta Van Susteren took issue with the 47 Republican senators who penned an open letter to Iran's leadership, saying they could have achieved the same goal in a different way without rubbing "the president's nose in it." On Wednesday, she sat down with Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), who spearheaded the controversial piece of communication.
The AP reported on Tuesday that Hillary Clinton’s private email ran through a server at her Chappaqua, New York home. But Cyber-Security professional Vinny Troia from https://www.nightlionsecurity.com/ told Greta Van Susteren on Tuesday that he traced the IP address of … Continue reading ?
Fox News' Greta Van Susteren is not a fan of the letter 47 Republican senators signed and sent to Iran's leaders, going around President Obama on the nuclear negotiations.
Good for Greta. She really gets it and understands. She certainly has a better grasp of Constitutional law than the President appears to have. Although, I suspect he understands it
In a conversation with Greta Van Susteren, Fox News Channel Supreme Court correspondent Shannon Bream admits she never liked being a lawyer, but loves covering the Supreme Court. “I think, gosh, I’m just some kid from Tallahassee, Florida”...Show More Summary
Fox News’s Catherine Herridge reports (via Fox’s Greta Van Susteren ) that, in an internal 2011 State Department cable, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton directed employees not to use personal email accounts for official business due to security concerns. Show More Summary
The neighborhood just ain’t what it used to be. With their good friend former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley gone from Government House, Fox News Channel anchor Greta Van Susteren and her husband, trial lawyer John P. Coale, are selling their Annapolis home around the corner from the governor’s mansion, according to Kathleen Coale, the couple’s daughter-in-law and the […]
Wednesday night, Fox News's Greta Van Susteren sharply criticized Susan Rice for her Tuesday comment about Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's impending March 3 speech to Congress, namely that "On both sides, there has now been injected...Show More Summary
Jason Matson, a former U.S. military serviceman, decided to pack his bags and go to Syria to fight ISIS because “my government wouldn’t do it.” In an exclusive interview with On The Record with Greta Van Susteren on Fox News, Matson,...Show More Summary
Last night on “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren,” reoccurring FOX News guest and president of Samaritan’s Purse, Reverend Franklin Graham, had a direct message for the members of the Islamic State: “And I’d like to say something to them if they’re watching. Show More Summary
Rev. Franklin Graham had some harsh words for the White House during an interview with Greta Van Susteren but offered a familiar message to members of ISIS: "God loves you."