Conservative commentator and radio host, Dan Bongino, has taken cable news by storm with the most-watched cable news show during Saturday primetime, according to Nielsen ratings data.
This comes as CNN aired a popular documentary on former President Barack Obama during the same time slot. Despite the competition, Bongino, along with other Fox News hosts, surpassed CNN’s ratings for the four hours of Obama programming on Saturday, as reported by TVNews Now.
Bongino’s success on Fox News is largely due to his willingness to tackle controversial topics and defend conservative values.
He has been praised by passionate Republican voters for his unwavering stance on issues such as gun rights, immigration, and the Constitution. Bongino’s expertise as a former Secret Service agent has also given him unique insights into national security and foreign policy.
In contrast, CNN’s ratings have continued to decline, with the network losing a significant number of viewers in the key demographic of adults aged 25-54.
This decline in viewership may be due to CNN’s perceived bias against conservative perspectives, as well as the network’s focus on “tabloid-style” news stories rather than serious journalism. Fox News, on the other hand, has experienced an increase in ratings during the same time period.
Bongino is not only a successful cable news host but also an accomplished author.
His books, including “Spygate: The Attempted Sabotage of Donald J. Trump” and “Follow the Money: The Shocking Deep State Connections of the Anti-Trump Cabal,” have received critical acclaim among conservative audiences. Bongino’s commitment to the conservative cause has made him a favorite among passionate Republican voters.