Fox News' anchors and commentators are allegedly feuding after the channel's Trump wiretapping claims, in a scenario that is being described as a 'disaster' and a 'nightmare,' according to one report. The division between the two teams emerged after pundit Judge Andrew Napolitano claimed that Barack Obama used British secret services to wiretap Donald Trump, an insider said. Last week Napolitano said on the channel that 'three intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command' and got MI6 to listen in on Trump. That remark, which was subsequently parroted by the White House, infuriated the station's news anchors, insiders told Vanity Fair. Pictured: Fox commentators (l-r, top row) Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly and Tucker Carlson, and its news anchors (l-r, bottom row) Bret Baier, Chris Wallace and Shepard Smith.