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Sarah Huckabee Sanders For Office? Press Secretary Says “Never Say Never”

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, from press office to higher office? No immediate plans, the White House Press Secretary told Fox News Sunday today, but then added “never say never.” So there’s hope for both side of the political aisle there. In a mostly personal interview – she had an office desk at age 4 – the daughter of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee wouldn’t commit when host Dana Perino eventually asked the future-plans question. “Like me, you were student body…
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Chris Wallace Blasts His Own Fox News Colleagues: ‘I Don’t Like Them Bashing the Media’

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Chris Wallace Blasts His Own Fox News Colleagues: ‘I Don’t Like Them Bashing the Media’
Chris Wallace is going rogue. In a chat with the Associated Press Thursday, the Fox News Sunday anchor said he wasn’t a fan of his colleagues’ increasingly vitriolic attacks on the media. “It bothers me,” he told the wire service. “I don’t like them bashing the media, because oftentimes what they’re bashing is stuff that we on the news side are doing. I don’t think they recognize that they have a role at Fox News and we have a role at Fox News. I don’t know what’s in their head. I just think it’s bad form.
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Fox News Re-Signs Chris Wallace For Multi-Year Contract

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Fox News Channel is re-signing Chris Wallace, the network said in a press release Thursday. Wallace will remain in his role as anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” the network said. “Throughout his 50-plus years in broadcast journalism, Chris has established himself as one of the most esteemed journalists of our time,” said Jay Wallace president of news for Fox News Channel. “We are delighted to have him continue informing our viewers with his hard-hitting interviews and tough-minded reporting for years to come.” Also Read: Chris Wallace Grills Budget Director About Holding Health Care 'Hostage' To Fund Border Wall (Video) “After almost 14 years.
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Chris Wallace Staying Put At Fox News Past 2020 Election

Chris Wallace has inked a new multi-year contract to remain at Fox News Channel past the 2020 election, the cable news network said today. Wallace, the longtime anchor of Fox News Sunday, will remain in that role as well as continue to contribute to Fox News programming including election coverage. This past year, the three-time Emmy winner moderated the Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton presidential debate at Unlv, becoming the first from Fnc to do so in a Potus general…
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Trump Lawyer Contradicts Trump Tweet, Stumps Sunday Beltway Hosts

Jake Tapper, Chuck Todd, John Dickerson and Chris Wallace gave it their best, but none could quite crack the composure – or the logic – of Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow today. Watching Tapper’s State of the Union, Todd’s Meet the Press, Dickerson’s Face the Nation and Wallace’s Fox News Sunday, it was difficult to decide which of the men had the toughest job. Sekulow made the Sunday morning Beltway show rounds today to explain the president’s revelatory – or maybe not – June…
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Chris Wallace Grills Budget Director About Holding Health Care ‘Hostage’ To Fund Border Wall (Video)

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Chris Wallace Grills Budget Director About Holding Health Care ‘Hostage’ To Fund Border Wall (Video)
Chris Wallace and Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney sparred in a war of words on Fox News Sunday, with the host asking if the Trump Administration is holding health care “hostage” to fund the building of a border wall. “The president has said there are a number of items he’d like to see in his government funding bill. Which are so important that he’s willing to see the government shut down if he doesn’t get them?” Wallace asked. Mulvaney downplayed the possibility of a government shutdown when Wallace asked about it, saying that the Trump Administration.
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5 Things to Know About Trump’s Secretary of State Pick Rex Tillerson, Including the ExxonMobil CEO’s Russian Ties

5 Things to Know About Trump’s Secretary of State Pick Rex Tillerson, Including the ExxonMobil CEO’s Russian Ties
President-elect Donald Trump has officially tapped ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson to be his secretary of state.

Even before Trump’s transition team announced his pick for the nation’s top diplomat on Tuesday morning, leading Republicans were voicing their concerns over Tillerson’s ties with Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio quipped, “Being a ‘friend of Vladimir’ is not an attribute I am hoping for from a Secretary of State.”

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham warned, “I don’t know the man much at all, but let’s put it this way: If you received an award from the Kremlin,
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Donald Trump Rips ‘NBC Nightly News’ as ‘Biased, Inaccurate and Bad’

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Donald Trump Rips ‘NBC Nightly News’ as ‘Biased, Inaccurate and Bad’
President-elect Donald Trump blasted “NBC Nightly News” as “biased, inaccurate and bad,” adding another twist to his bizarre relationship with the network continues. Trump apparently didn’t like an NBC segment that showed excerpts of his “Fox News Sunday” interview with Chris Wallace in which he said he rejects CIA findings regarding Russia hacking the election and opts not to receive daily intelligence briefings. Just watched @NBCNightlyNews – So biased, inaccurate and bad, point after point. Just can't get much worse, although @CNN is right up there! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 12, 2016 NBC News did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for.
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Donald Trump Confirms He’ll Live at the White House After Speculation He’d Be Living There Part-Time

Donald Trump Confirms He’ll Live at the White House After Speculation He’d Be Living There Part-Time
Donald Trump is heading to the nation’s capital.

The president-elect confirmed to Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace that he will be living in the White House following his inauguration in an interview on the way to the Army-Navy football game on Saturday. Trump, 70, also confirmed again that his 10-year-old son Barron will not move into the White House for several months, allowing him to finish out the school year in New York City.

“I’m going to live in the White House with my family,” he said. “Barron’s going to finish up school because he’s got
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Donald Trump Denounces Claim of Russia Impact on Election as ‘Another Excuse’ (Video)

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Donald Trump Denounces Claim of Russia Impact on Election as ‘Another Excuse’ (Video)
President-elect Donald Trump thinks the CIA’s conclusion that Russia intervened to help him win the election is just “another excuse.” Trump sat down with Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday” for an interview that was taped on Saturday afternoon. He didn’t hold back when Wallace asked about the recent CIA claim that Russia interfered with the presidential election. “I think it’s ridiculous,” Trump said. “I don’t believe it. I don’t know why and I think it’s just, you know, they talked about all sorts of things. Every week it’s another excuse. We had a massive landslide victory,
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Donald Trump Defends ‘Celebrity Apprentice’, Sunday Pundits Take Sides: “Give Job To Billy Bush”

Donald Trump insisted yet again that his continued executive producer credit on The New Celebrity Apprentice will not present any conflicts of interest. In an interview with Chris Wallace on today’s Fox News Sunday, the president-elect defended his arrangements for the Apprentice and his real estate operations by saying he’ll have nothing to do with the management of the businesses, and will instead focus on politics. “This is a calling,” Trump told Wallace. “This is a…
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Fox News’ Chris Wallace Lands Donald Trump Interview

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Fox News’ Chris Wallace Lands Donald Trump Interview
President-elect Donald Trump will sit down with Chris Wallace this weekend for an exclusive interview on “Fox News Sunday.” The interview, which will air on Sunday, Dec. 11, is Fox News’ first extensive interview with Trump since Election Day. Wallace plans to ask Trump about his cabinet announcements, including the position of Secretary of State, his plans for his first 100 days in office and the relationship he expects to have with the media moving forward. Also Read: Top 21 Cable News Shows, Ranked: What are the Most Popular CNN, MSNBC, Fox News Programs? (Photos) “Fox News Sunday” will also go behind-the-scenes with Trump on.
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Hamilton Actor Fires Back At Trump's Demand For An Apology: Nope!

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Unless you've been under a rock, you likely heard about the latest cross-section where entertainment and politics converged in a major way. This weekend, both the Broadway smash Hamilton: An American Musical and TV staple Saturday Night Live had something to say to President-Elect Donald Trump. And both times Trump decided to take to Twitter to lash out against the entertainment giants.

Though, in the case of Hamilton, his demand for an apology is a bit perplexing. In case you missed the meat and potatoes of the story, here's what happened at the end of the performance at the end of the politically-charged Broadway smash on Friday:

Brandon Victor Dixon, who plays Aaron Burr in the historical musical, delivered the following message to Vice President-Elect Mike Pence at the end of the show:

"Thank you so much for joining us tonight. You know, we had a guest in the audience this evening.
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Mike Pence Calls 'Hamilton' a 'Real Joy' After Donald Trump Claims VP-Elect Was 'Harassed' at Broadway Show

Mike Pence Calls 'Hamilton' a 'Real Joy' After Donald Trump Claims VP-Elect Was 'Harassed' at Broadway Show
President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter this weekend to slam the wildly popular Broadway musical, Hamilton, but vice president-elect Mike Pence didn't seem to share the same sentiment.

Pence attended a performance of the Tony-award winning production on Friday night, where he was called out by Brandon V. Dixon -- who portrays America's first treasury secretary and the third vice president, Alexander Hamilton -- at the end of the show in a statement that was written by the cast and the show's creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and producer Jeffrey Seller, according to Broadway.com.

“We, sir, we are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents, or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights,” Dixon declared after thanking the vice president-elect for attending. “We truly hope that this show has inspired you to uphold our American values and to work on behalf of all
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Final Donald Trump Vs. Hillary Clinton Debate: How It Went Down

The third and final debate between Gop nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nom Hillary Clinton just wrapped at in Las Vegas. The 90-minute affair simulcast on national TV and the web was the most policy-heavy of the massively watched previous two debates, with topics ranging from the Supreme Court to immigration to tax police. But it ended like it started — with the candidates not shaking hands as is the custom in U.S. politics. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace did the…
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