Fox News Hosts Get In Face-To-Face Brawl Live On Air During Insane Exchange

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Rachel Campos-Duffy reprimanded Pete Hegseth for deriving satisfaction from a prankster’s deliberate provocation of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

During the Fox & Friends show, Campos-Duffy, Hegseth, and Will Cain discussed a widely shared incident where a heckler sarcastically praised the governor as “our little snowflake” and disrupted DeSantis’ town hall by presenting him with a participation trophy. The atmosphere was noticeably tense.

Hegseth found the stunt to be amusing, whereas Campos-Duffy mentioned that her co-host had shared the footage with her before to the broadcast, and she did not find it nearly as entertaining.

“Pete sent this clip to me, and he was like, ‘Isn’t this funny?’ I said, ‘Actually, I don’t think it’s funny,’ because I think — and I love you Pete — I’ve been a candidate’s spouse, so I can put myself in Casey DeSantis‘ shoes there. It is cold as you know what, and you’re campaigning. You’re doing your best, and I just think this kind of unnecessary humiliation is unnecessary.”

“He’s doing his best, so he got a participation trophy,” Hegseth said, laughing as he defended the clip. Campos-Duffy responded by calling the incident “unnecessary trolling of good public servants trying to do the right thing, campaign, and I don’t like it.”

Cain, who desired to be fully informed, expressed his curiosity as to why his co-hosts had neglected to provide him with a copy of the recording prior to the show.


Donald Trump, the previous President, achieved a significant triumph on Monday evening in Iowa’s initial 2024 presidential primary. This success has sparked discussions about his potential choices for a running mate.

During the ballot counting on Monday evening, certain proponents of the ex-president expressed their desire for him to choose business tycoon Vivek Ramaswamy, who withdrew from the 2024 contest after a much worse performance compared to the majority of the candidates.

However, Jason Miller, an advisor to Trump, said the New York Post that supporters who had a preference for Ramaswamy may “likely” eliminate him as an option, just one day after Trump launched a rhetorical assault on his former rival.

In a scathing attack on Truth Social, the ex-president leveled accusations against Ramaswamy, claiming that he was cunning, employed deceptive campaign tactics, and did not align with the MAGA ideology.

“Pretty safe to say it won’t be Vivek,” Miller told The Post.

According to The Post, the biotech tycoon has already expressed his aversion to being a backup option, while Trump stated in August that Ramaswamy might potentially be an excellent vice president.

A video featuring Trump rapidly spread over the internet and various social media platforms on Monday evening, coinciding with the commencement of vote counting after the initial GOP primary in Iowa.

Within the footage, Trump is observed descending a flight of stairs before approaching a camera and engaging with a group of assembled reporters.

“Great night and fantastic place,” Trump said about Iowa. “We’ve won it twice, as you know, the last two elections, and I think we’re gonna have a fantastic night tonight.

“The people are fantastic, and I’ve never seen spirit like they have — countrywide, but in Iowa, I’ve never seen spirit like this, thank you,” Trump said, turning away from the camera as reporters shouted questions at him.

Trump emerged victorious in the Iowa caucus, garnering over 51% of the vote. He outperformed Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who garnered approximately 21.2% of the vote, and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, who received 19.1%.

Trump commented on the performances of his two main competitors after the race was declared over.

“I really think this is time now for everybody to come together, whether it is Republican or Democrat or liberal or conservative. It would be so nice if we could come together and straighten out the world and straighten out the problems and all of the death and destruction that we’re witnessing that has practically never been seen,” he said. “I want to make that a big part of our message. We’re going to come together.”


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