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Donald Trump Hits Back at Robert De Niro: 'Not the Brightest Bulb on the Planet' (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Apr 25th 2011 2:00PM
Over the weekend Robert De Niro had some harsh words for Donald Trump, comparing him to a used-car salesman for his constant questioning of Barack Obama's birthplace.

Of course, Trump jumped at the opportunity to respond to De Niro's criticism when it was brought up during a phone interview he did Monday on 'Fox & Friends' (weekdays, 6 AM ET on Fox News)

"Well, he's not the brightest bulb in the planet," Trump said of De Niro. "I have been watching him over the years and I like his acting but in terms of when I watch him doing interviews and various other things, we are not dealing with Albert Einstein."

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Susan Lucci Shows 'Fox & Friends' Anchor Brian Kilmeade the 'Soap Opera Kiss' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Mar 30th 2011 5:20PM
Susan Lucci and Brian Kilmeade on 'Fox & Friends'If you tuned in late to 'Fox & Friends' (weekdays, 6AM on FNC), you were probably wondering why Susan Lucci was making out with anchor Brian Kilmeade. It was not love at first sight, and the studio was not on fire, trapping them with no hope of ever feeling the lips of another human being again. Lucci was simply demonstrating the "soap opera kiss."

Lucci has been the star of 'All My Children' since its debut in 1970, and in that time, she has done a lot of screen smooching. She was asked to demonstrate today with Kilmeade with only 30 seconds left to go on the show. Being a professional, she made it with time to spare.

"First of all, there's a lot of eye contact, Brian," Lucci said. She led him up to it and then said, "You can even go like this and hide it a little bit," and put her hand up so their mouths weren't visible to the audience, and then went at it, eventually falling to the curvy couch. Which only lends credence to the idea that the news is a soap opera anyway.

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Cloris Leachman Licks Brian Kilmeade on 'Fox & Friends' (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Nov 12th 2010 7:13PM
Appearing on 'Fox & Friends' (weekdays, 6 AM ET on Fox News) Cloris Leachman talked about her character on the sitcom 'Raising Hope,' who has a habit of licking things.

Apparently, as Leachman explained, the licking continues when the cameras stop rolling, and she enjoys licking the back of the neck of show's creator, Greg Garcia.

"Do you want to demonstrate on Brian?" Steve Doocy wondered, referring to his co-host Brian Kilmeade.

Leachman was more than happy to oblige, telling Kilmeade to lean forward before going to work on the back of his neck.

"It's been an hour since I've been licked," Kilmeade joked, after feeling the wet caress of octogenarian tongue.

Your move, Betty White.

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Lynda Carter Calls Out Megan Fox For Trashing Wonder Woman (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Nov 8th 2010 5:48PM
Appearing on 'Fox & Friends' (weekdays, 6 AM ET on Fox News), Lynda Carter, the actress who played the original Wonder Woman, had a strong reaction to Brain Kilmeade's suggestion that Megan Fox would make a great Wonder Woman in the potential reboot.

"Megan Fox actually kind of trashed Wonder Woman," Carter interjected. "She thought it was dumb . . . because what's the big whoop, making people tell the truth?"

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'Fox & Friends' Predict a Left-Wing Tea Party is Coming, Sparked by Velma Hart (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Sep 23rd 2010 7:15PM
Will Velma Hart's tough questioning of Barack Obama at the State of the Economy spark a left wing version of the Tea Party? The folks at 'Fox & Friends' (weekdays, 6 AM ET on Fox News) think it might.

Eric Bolling recently interviewed Hart, who had memorably said, "We thought we were well beyond the hot dogs and beans era of our lives," during her public expression of economic insecurity to the President.

"Are you the new Tea Party? Are you the democratic version of the Tea Party? Are you the Hot Dogs and Beans party?" Bolling reported that he had asked Hart.

Bolling then conceded that Hart responded she didn't think she was, but that didn't stop Bolling from pushing his theory further.

"But you know what, the guy who launched the Tea Party (MSNBC correspondent Rick) Santelli ... he didn't want to be that guy either. He kind of said taxes were enough already and that really was the spark for the Tea Party."

Bolling even prepared a flow chart which made the argument that a "Hot Dog and Beans" party on the left would be similar to a "Tea Party" on the right.

We think if political movements now have to be named after foods and beverages, we'd like to see a bacon party, or a whiskey party.

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Steve Doocy Probably Dropped an F-Bomb on 'Fox & Friends' (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Sep 13th 2010 8:30PM
Zombies are horrifying creatures who munch on the brains of the living. Does the mere thought of these undead beasts cause mild-mannered morning show hosts to drop completely gratuitous F-bombs on live television?

As 'Fox & Friends' (Weekdays, 6AM ET on Fox News) host Steve Doocy discussed a college that offers credit for a class called Zombies 101, clips from old zombie movies played in the background

"Look out he's a zombie," said co-host Brian Kilmeade, responding to the background footage.

"He is a zombie," Doocy confirmed. "And he's on F---ing 'Fox & Friends.'"

Now if real zombies ever visit the set of 'Fox & Friends,' we won't be able to help but think that Doocy's profane expressions of shock and terror are just part of the show.

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Fox News Analyst Compares Harry Reid to Plantation Owner (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Aug 12th 2010 5:45PM
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid touched off controversy this week when he said "I don't know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican" -- a statement that may have irked Hispanic Republicans such as Brian Sandoval, who currently leads Reid's son Rory in the race for Nevada Governor.

'Fox & Friends' (weekdays, 6AM ET on Fox News) turned to legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. to deal with this delicate topic. Would Johnson use his dispassionate lawyer mind to de-escalate the rhetoric? Let's see:

"What this is is proof positive of the intentional injection of race into politics in this country by some Democratic leaders," Johnson argued. "[It's] really an attitude born of ignorance, and some ways prejudice, that ethnic groups are monolithic voting blocks.

"In some ways [Reid] is acting like a feudal lord," he continued. "In some ways he's acting like a plantation owner."

Plantation owner, huh? Couldn't just stop at "feudal lord." Sadly, one can only conclude that Peter Johnson Jr. Esq. was not trying to elevate discourse.

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'Fox & Friends' Conducts Hard-Hitting Interview With Victoria's Secret Models (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Aug 11th 2010 3:40PM
On Tuesday, Victoria Secret models Candice Swanepoel, Chanel Iman and Erin Heatherton stopped by 'Fox & Friends' (weekdays, 6AM ET on Fox News) to promote a new bra line

Because the rules of TV news dictate you can't just let pretty guests sit there and look pretty, hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade were forced to ask them questions.

"You seem excited today, is it about the line or is it because you feel pretty from the inside out?" inquired Kilmeade.

"Are you girls here to tell us that Victoria Secret has essentially reinvented the brasserie?" Doocy wondered.

(The answer was yes)

"You talk about feeling sexy and feeling pretty on an everyday basis ... what are some of the secrets?" Kilmeade needed to know.

And how does a genetic lottery winner of super modeldom feel sexy and pretty? According to the ladies, it's confidence.

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