Fox News siren, Megyn Kelly has issued a public statement after a passage in her new book suggests that she was poisoned before the first Republican primary debate.
Kelly’s memoir, Settle For More, recounts the time she became violently ill hours before she moderated the Republican debate in August of last year.
Kelly writes in the book that she got violently ill 15 minutes after drinking a coffee her driver had insisted on getting for her, despite her repeated refusals. Her vomiting then became so bad that a pail was kept under the moderator’s table in case she became suddenly ill during the debate. Continue reading
The Associated Press has uncovered the not-so shocking news that decades ago Melania Trump was paid for a number modeling jobs while in the US before she had “legal permission” to do so.
According to the AP’s handywork and after endless hours scouring accounting ledgers, contracts and related documents from 20 YEARS AGO – The AP has revealed, Mrs. Trump earned $20,056 during the seven weeks she worked as a model while she was waiting on her work visa. Big whoop.
FROM THE AP STORY: “The details of Mrs. Trump’s early paid modeling work in the U.S. emerged in the final days of a bitter presidential campaign in which her husband, Donald Trump, has taken a hard line on immigration laws and those who violate them. Trump has proposed broader use of the government’s E-verify system allowing employers to check whether job applicants are authorized to work. Continue reading
Host Tucker Carlson will be replacing Brit Hume at 7 p.m., scoring Greta Van Susteren‘s coveted nightly slot on Fox News. Greta left earlier this year after failing to renew her contract. Carlson will begin broadcasting Nov. 14th.
Carlson, 47, is taking over the 7 p.m. ET time slot that Hume had filled after Van Susteren departed in early September.
A Fox News spokesperson declined comment when asked about the plan for Carlson on Wednesday. But word that the program is close to a done deal is already making its way around Washington circles. Carlson will be the first major talent hire since former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes was forced out of the company over sexual harassment allegations. Continue reading
The trusty Drudge Report poll numbers for “who won the Presidential debate?” are in and to say they are one sided would be a YUGE understatement.
The early numbers are in, and according to Matt Drudge‘s popular poll, Donald Trump is far and away the winner. Trump received a staggering over 90 percent of the vote among folks who consider him the clear winner.
Fox News anchor, Shepard Smith‘s reporting on Hurricane Matthew during a Thursday, October 6, broadcast left many viewers wondering if he was drunk or just plain out of his tree. Smith experienced a bizarre series of outbursts while tracking potential route of the hurricane as it approached Florida’s eastern coast.
Smith, 52, issued some over-the-top warnings that some on social media are dubbing an on-air meltdown.
“This moves 20 miles to the west, and you and everyone you know are dead — all of you — because you can’t survive it,” he said. ”It’s not possible unless you’re very, very lucky. And your kids die, too.” Continue reading
Sean Hannity, Fox News anchor, radio show host, author, and outspoken conservative pundit enjoys a staggering personal net worth of $80 million dollars, according to celebritynetworth.
Hannity, 54, is perhaps best known as the host of “Hannity” which airs on the Fox News Channel. He is also the author of three bestselling books. His radio show, The Sean Hannity Show, is majorly syndicated and heard by millions in the U.S.
Hannity started his radio career at college station KCSB in Santa Barbara, California. However, it didn’t take long for him to land some more serious professional engagements. Continue reading
Foxnews is reporting a second explosion has happened in Manhattan the boom heard by one of its reporters.
Bryan Llenas, reporting for Fox News on the scene said, he and others heard a second loud explosion after being moved by police to a more secure location.
It was not known if the second boom was a controlled explosion of a pressure cooker found in the area.
Greta Van Susteren is leaving her show at Fox News after 14 years, Fox News revealed Tuesday morning.
The announcement comes on the same day Fox settled Gretchen Carlson‘s sexual harassment lawsuit against ex-CEO Roger Ailes.
“We are grateful for Greta’s many contributions over the years and wish her continued success,” Fox News co-presidents Jack Abernethy and Bill Shine said in a statement. Continue reading
Paula Jones, who famously took legal action against Bill Clinton for sexual harassment in 1994, has thrown her support behind Donald Trump for president.
Jones posted a snap of herself with Trump in the background while attending his Little Rock, Ar., rally.
The outspoken former state employee posted the picture with the words: ‘Donald Trump thanks for stopping and allowing a selfie!’ A video, filmed at the same time as the selfie on Wednesday, shows Jones screaming with excitement as Trump walks near to where she stands behind the barriers. Continue reading
Via NYDailyNews: George Zimmerman was punched in the face at a Florida restaurant by a man who accused him of bragging about killing Trayvon Martin, police said.
Zimmerman dialed 911 to report he had been punched in the face at the Sanford eatery Sunday, according to a Seminole County Sheriff’s Office reported cited by WKMG-TV.
He told dispatchers a man who recognized who he was walked up to his table and slugged him after asking him “You’re bragging about that?” Continue reading