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    Hunter Biden was close friends with Tucker Carlson, wrote a recommendation for his son's Georgetown application, and even got Carlson to intervene in a Fox News story about him on Hunter's behalf. Emails from Hunter's abandoned laptop show the Fox anchor and the president's son were close – a fact that Carlson failed to declare throughout his extensive coverage of the scandals surrounding Hunter's business and personal transgressions revealed by his abandoned computer. In emails Hunter professed his 'love' for Carlson and his family, called him 'buddy' and told him 'you're a friend'. In August 2015 data on the 30 million users of extramarital affairs website Ashley Madison were leaked, including Hunter's name and credit card. Fox News wrote a story about Joe Biden's son's alleged use of the site, whose tag line is 'Life is short. Have an affair'. Emails obtained by DailyMail.com from Hunter's abandoned laptop show Fox News host Tucker Carlson and the president's son were close at one point In one email from 2014, the news anchor thanked Hunter for writing a recommendation letter for his...
    Fox News Media announced Thursday that it has signed a deal with HarperCollins to publish six more books authored by top anchors, hosts and personalities at the network. “We are thrilled to once again partner with HarperCollins, furthering the multiplatform brand extension of Fox News Media," Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement. "Over the past 25 years, we have developed a unique connection with our audience and look forward to delivering more of the content they desire from their favorite Fox News personalities through our expanded publishing platform.” The deal with HarperCollins is part of an effort to expand Fox News Books, and will begin with the publication of a book by "Fox and Friends Weekend" co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy, along with her husband and former congressman Rep. Sean DuffySean DuffyFirst lady's press secretary calls on Rachel Campos Duffy, Fox News to apologize for host's comments Wisconsin GOP quietly prepares Ron Johnson backup plans Ron Johnson: 'I may not be the best candidate' for 2022 midterms MORE (R-Wis.), a contributor at the network. The forthcoming book, titled "All American Christmas," will be published...
    If only we had pictures of the rioters, social media posts in which they bragged about their intentions, televised proof of who asked them to be there, and their personal ties to militia and other domestic extremist groups we could get to the bottom of—oooh. Right. In the news today: President Biden had his first meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, and it went ... pretty much as expected. Senate Democrats are preparing to use reconciliation rules to push forward infrastructure spending in the face of unified Republican stonewalling. A new Republican conspiracy theory is ramping up, this one claiming that Actually, it wasn't Trump supporters who staged the Jan. 6 insurrection, and it wasn't antifa either. It was ... the FBI? Oh, Tucker, do you even remember the last time you felt shame? Here's some of what you may have missed: • Biden-Putin meeting was 'constructive,' but no diplomatic breakthroughs • Done with bipartisan dithering on infrastructure, Schumer kicks off budget reconciliation process • Some Democrats are getting frustrated with Garland's foot-dragging at Justice Department • Tucker Carlson, Matt...
    Trump supporters who attended the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last weekend in Orlando are not quite ready to forgive Fox News for its coverage of the 2020 election. While many said they still check in with prime time hosts like Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, some vowed to never watch the network again. “What Fox did in the election, a lot of us feel that they betrayed us as well. A lot of [Trump supporters] just abandoned Fox completely,” Captain JP of Boaters for Trump told Mediaite. “I love Tucker, I love Hannity,” said Trump supporter Michael Szefc. “Watters is great. There’s a lot of great people on Fox.” “I want to forgive them. I want them to right the wrong, and stop trashing Trump and get behind America First,” he added. “I’ve stopped watching all news since the election, because it’s depressing and makes me angry,” said Trump supporter Toni Ringlein. Watch above, and read our full story here. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    CNN’s Brian Stelter has updated Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox News, and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth, his bestselling book about the relationship between former President Donald Trump and Fox News, to include coverage of the end of Trump’s presidency, the growing influence of right-wing media outlets Newsmax and One America News Network, and other post-election topics. The changes to the book include coverage of the end of Trump’s presidency, false claims of voter fraud which culminated in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, and the apparent increased influence of Newsmax and OAN, according to a report by Associated Press media writer David Bauder. “With Trump out of office and Fox out of its usual first place spot in the ratings, the story now seems complete,” Stelter said in the Sunday edition of his Reliable Sources newsletter. “So I wrote a brand new beginning; updated the text throughout; and added twelve (!!!) new chapters toward the end of the book.” Fox, which has for years been the most-watched cable news network, slipped in the ratings following the 2020...
    Fox News’ Tucker Carlson will be launching a new video podcast and a series of specials on Fox Nation, the network’s subscription-based streaming service. Fox Nation signed a multi-year deal with Carlson and he will continue to host his primetime show on Fox News during the week, according to a press release. Carlson’s content for Fox Nation will begin streaming in April 2021 and will only be available on the streaming service. Carlson plans to publish at least three video podcasts every week, according to the press release. The podcasts will include “interviews with newsmakers” plus “a discussion of the issues shaping the country.” His series of specials will be called the “Tucker Carlson Originals” and those will be monthly. Every episode plans to “explore a single topic at greater depth than typically done on a live television show,” according to the announcement. “This is my twelfth year at FOX News and I’ve never been more grateful to be here,” Carlson said in a statement. “As other media outlets fall silent or fall in line, FOX News Media’s management has...
    Fox News Channel wrapped up a record-setting October as the most-watched basic cable network for the 52nd straight month and “Tucker Carlson Tonight” finished with the highest-rated monthly viewership of any program in the history of cable news. “Tucker Carlson Tonight” averaged a staggering 5.4 million nightly viewers for the unprecedented ratings victory, while “Hannity” also surpassed the five-million viewer plateau by averaging 5.1 million. Fox News’ primetime lineup finished with the highest-rated month in cable news history – beating free TV heavyweights such as ABC’s “The Bachelorette” in the process.  FOX NEWS ATTRACTS 15.4 MILLION VIEWERS FOR FINAL TRUMP-BIDEN DEBATE, TOPPING BROADCAST, CABLE COMPETITORS “The Five” finished third among all of cable news despite its 5 p.m. ET timeslot, ahead of any primetime offering on MSNBC or CNN. “The Ingraham Angle” averaged 4.1 million to finish fourth and MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” settled for fifth place.  CNN’s most-watched show was “Cuomo Prime Time,” which finished No. 16 overall – behind nine different Fox News shows and six MSNBC programs.  Fox News had a clean sweep of the top...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson has been accused of justifying murder by claiming on Wednesday night that the teenage Kenosha gunman charged with killing two protesters was 'maintaining order when no one else would'.   'Are we really surprised this looting and arson accelerated to murder? How shocked are we that 17-year-olds with rifles decided they had to maintain order when no one else would? Everyone can see what was happening in Kenosha.  'It was getting crazier by the hour,' Carlson said during his show.  He was referring to Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old Trump fan who was filmed patrolling the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday night with an illegal AR-15, claiming he was a 'vigilante' who was there to protect businesses. He has been charged with first degree murder.  Carlson's remarks immediately sparked outrage on Twitter, where critics claimed he was justifying violence and might incite further mayhem.  Scroll down for video  Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night sparked controversy by asking viewers if they were 'surprised' by the shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin, that teenager Kyle Rittenhouse has been charged with Kenosha...
    (CNN Business)Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Wednesday suggested it was not surprising that a teenager arrested in connection to a shooting allegedly took up arms and tried to "maintain order" during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin."How shocked are we that 17-year-olds with rifles decided they had to maintain order when no one else would?" Carlson asked on his prime time television program.On Wednesday, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was taken into custody just outside Wisconsin, in Antioch, Illinois, and charged with first-degree intentional homicide. The arrest came after two people were killed overnight during the Tuesday night protest prompted by the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Kenosha Police Chief Daniel Miskinis confirmed that a 17-year-old Antioch resident has been charged in a shooting incident and said that the teen "was involved in the use of firearms to resolve whatever conflict was in place."During his Wednesday show, Carlson argued that "the authorities in charge of the city abandoned it" and "refused to enforce the law." Neither the Kenosha Police Department nor the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department could be reached for comment early Thursday...
    Fox News says there are inconsistencies in the allegations of a former guest that accused their primetime anchors of sexual harassment. In a lawsuit filed on Monday in New York, Cathy Areu alleges that Tucker Carlson invited her to a hotel room, implying his wife wouldn't be there, and that Sean Hannity offered to pay one of his staff members to take her on a date. She says that her refusal to 'play along' led to her rarely, if ever, being invited back to either of their programs.  But Fox News told Mediaite that Areu, 49, continued to appear on Carlson's show, and was invited back four times in the four months after she claims he harassed her.   Additionally, Areu even allegedly thanked Hannity for paying for drinks for her and a friend - and accepted money from him for another round of drinks with the same friend.   Former Fox News guest Cathy Areu (pictured) and Jennifer Eckhart, a former associate producer at Fox Business, filed a lawsuit on Monday alleging sexual harassment at Fox News In the...
    Trump’s impromptu Rose Garden speech/pseudo-campaign rally powered Fox News’ Special Report with Bret Baier to a big ratings win on Tuesday and on the first night of Tucker Carlson’s vacation, his show still scored the best ratings in cable news in the coveted 25 –54 age demographic. Those strong performances led Fox to sweep total day and primetime ratings on Wednesday, according to Nielsen Media Research. In the 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. daypart, Fox News won with 361,000 viewers in the demo, far outpacing CNN’s 317,000 and MSNBC’s 216,000. It also took total day overall ratings with 2.09 million, beating MSNBC’s 1.54 million and CNN’s 1.23 million. Beside boosting Special Report, Trump’s speech and brief press conference, which ran from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., also gave a notable ratings jolt to Fox’s The Five, which jumped to more than 600,000 A25 – 54 viewers, easily wining its time-slot as well. In primetime, Tucker Carlson Tonight did quite well without Carlson, notching the best cable news numbers in both primetime and through the whole day with 715,000 viewers in the demo. And...
    Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s campaign accused Fox News host Tucker Carlson of “hate speech” as he came under fire for appearing to echo a white supremacist slogan on Tuesday’s broadcast. Twitter users widely circulated a screenshot of a chyron which aired on Carlson’s show below images for Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., who is of Asian descent, and Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who is one of the first Muslim women elected to Congress. “We have to fight to preserve our nation & heritage,” the chyron read. jesus christ pic.twitter.com/E1sEKWNxf0 — Andrew Lawrence (@ndrew_lawrence) July 8, 2020 Many journalists pointed out the phrase was similar to the infamous white supremacist “14 words” slogan: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.” “I guess the @FoxNews graphics producer who handled the segment had to tell [Carlson] that the chyron didn’t have room for all 14 words,” White House reporter Andrew Feinberg tweeted. “Tucker must be absolutely fuming that all 14 words wouldn’t fit,” CNN contributor Jeff Yang added. The chyron aired as Carlson ratcheted up his attacks...
    Fox News Channel finished the second quarter of 2020 with its largest audience in history as viewers flocked to FNC for information on everything from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic to nationwide protests stemming from the death of George Floyd in police custody. Fox News has its most-watched quarter ever in both total viewers and during the primetime hours of 8 and 11 p.m., finishing as the most-watched among all of basic cable in both respective measurables. It was the 16th straight quarter that Fox News finished atop the total day category. “Tucker Carlson Tonight” finished as the highest-rated program over an entire quarter in cable news history. CNN'S LATEST LOVEFEST CUOMO BROTHERS LOVEFEST SLAMMED: 'SHAM OF JOURNALISTIC PRINICPLES,' 'CLEAR CONFLICT OF INTEREST   “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “Hannity” both topped the viewership record that was previously set by Sean Hannity last quarter, as both shows averaged more than 4 million total viewers for the second-straight quarter -- something no other cable news program has ever accomplished prior to their historic first quarter. “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and “Hannity” both topped the viewership record that was previously set by Sean Hannity last quarter. Fox News dominated primetime, averaging 3.6 million viewers, as MSNBC averaged...
    Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight won big in Tuesday ratings, helping the network run the table in both sales day and primetime audiences. Across the entire 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. sales day time period, Fox posted 2.21 million total viewers and 403,00o in the coveted 25 – 54 age demographic, according to Nielsen Media Research. Those ratings easily surpassed both CNN’s 1.19 million and 317,000 and MSNBC’s 1.63 million and 244,000, respectively. Fox also won in the 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. daypart with 305,000 in the demo and 1.73 million overall, breaking the recent daytime demo win streak from CNN, which posted 1.17 million and 297,000 in the demo. MSNBC had 1.36 million overall viewers and 196,000 A25 – 54 viewers on Tuesday. The margin of victory for Fox News in primetime was much higher, however. It averaged 4.05 million total viewers and 748,000 in the demo, far outdistancing MSNBC’s 2.77 million  and 427,000 and CNN’s 1.76 million and 488,000 in the demo, respectively. Leading the primetime charge was Tucker Carlson, which pulled in an impressive 4.26 million total viewers and...
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