Chinese immigrant blasts LeBron James for ‘bowing to communist Chinese government’

After NBA star LeBron James was skewered for criticizing Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey’s tweet in support of pro-democracy protests, a Chinese immigrant and author said on Thursday that James is “rightly being criticized.”

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Dana Loesch: ‘Troubling’ to see law-abiding gun owner shot in her home by officer

Nationally syndicated radio host and former spokeswoman of the National Rifle Association (NRA) Dana Loesch said on Thursday that the recent shooting in Fort Worth, Texas was “troubling” and leads her to question the training the officer involved recei…

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Ken Cuccinelli warns U.S. courts not to get in the way of Trump’s immigration agenda

If the U.S. court system doesn’t interfere with White House policy, the Trump administration will expand on their current success and continue to make strides with immigration reform, acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli, said Thursday on “Fox & Friend…

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FCC chairman warns about China’s ‘leverage’ over NBA: Imagine what Beijing can do with 5G networks

Amid the NBA-China controversy, the Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said on Thursday that the situation is a “disturbing lesson” on Chinese government leverage.

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‘Fox & Friends’ hosts on Dems walking out of Syria meeting with Trump: ‘Déjà vu all over again’

After a contentious meeting at the White House between Democratic House leadership and the Trump administration, the “Fox & Friends” co-hosts said Thursday it’s “deja vu all over again.”

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Sarah Sanders: Dems on debate stage knew Warren is frontrunner and Biden is ‘finished’

2020 Democrats have finally realized Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., is now the party’s frontrunner following Tuesday’s debate, and has eclipsed Joe Biden in the race for the White House, said Sarah Sanders Wednesday on “Fox & Friends.” 

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Tomi Lahren: AOC should worry about her own reelection, not endorsing Bernie

Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren told “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday that  Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez should be worried about her own re-election chances instead of helping Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt, on the presidential campaign trail.

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Equal pay sparking boom in number of female truckers

Women are flocking to an industry you might not expect: trucking. 

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Newt Gingrich: Joe Biden is in a ‘mess’ that won’t be easy to get out of

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden still has to answer questions about his son’s overseas business dealings and has been left with a “mess,” said former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday. 

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Graham rips ex-Obama official’s criticism of Trump’s Syria policy: ‘Like going to a sumo wrestler asking for diet advice’

Consulting an ex-Obama official for foreign policy advice about Syria would be like asking a “sumo wrestler for diet advice,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C, on “Fox & Friends,” Monday. 

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Liz Cheney says Turkey’s timing of Syria action was ‘no accident’ amid impeachment push

Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., said on Monday that President Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northeast Syria will have global ramifications, arguing that Turkey may have acted due to the president’s weakened political standing amid the Democrat…

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Rand Paul calls for investigation of Dem senators, says they threatened Ukraine aid during Mueller probe

An official investigation should be launched into three Democratic senators who threatened to withhold federal aid to Ukraine if the country’s prosecutor general didn’t assist with the Mueller investigation, said Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., on “Fox & Friend…

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Andrew Brunson, pastor imprisoned in Turkey for Christian faith, tells ‘God’s side of the story’

Pastor Andrew Brunson, held as a political hostage in Turkey for 735 days, told Fox News he is sharing God’s side of the story in his new book that took him through hell but had a “good end.”

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Dan Bongino: Most of media refuses to call out Adam Schiff’s false claims

Most of the mainstream media refuses to call out House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., over his false claims about his contact with the whistleblower who reported President Trump’s call with Ukraine’s leader, Fox News contributor…

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Ed Henry: It ‘infuriates’ me that NBA stars are not standing up for freedom

Fox News’ Ed Henry said on Friday that NBA stars are disappointing fans because they’re not standing up for freedom in the wake of the recent controversy over Rockets general manager Daryl Morey supporting protesters in the Hong Kong riots.

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Tammy Bruce: Biden campaign seems to think he cannot be criticized in mainstream media

The Biden campaign sent letters to Twitter and Facebook on Wednesday, asking them not to run ads from the Trump campaign that promote what it described as conspiracy theories about the Bidens in Ukraine, according to CNN.

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10-year-old goes viral for Texas-sized pep talk to football teammates

Young Texas football player Lane Bridges — who became a viral sensation this week for his Tom Brady-esque pep talk to his teammates – charmed the “Fox & Friends” live audience Friday. 

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Abby Johnson: Planned Parenthood should put $45 million into clinics, not politics

A former Planned Parenthood clinic director, Abby Johnson, is calling on the organization to redirect their funding efforts away from the 2020 elections and toward women’s health.

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David Webb calls out Reese Witherspoon for deleting tweet supporting Ellen

David Webb called out Reese Witherspoon on Thursday for caving into pressure by a Twitter mob shouting down her support for daytime talk show host Ellen Degeneres.

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Former reporter loses more than 200 pounds to start new career as Texas police officer

Former Texas reporter and blogger Chad Dodge lost more than 200 pounds to answer his “calling” and become a deputy at the Montgomery County Constables Office.

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