MixedTimes - David Montanaro
Democrats are in the midst of a three-year"tantrum" over the 2016 election of President Trump and theirbehavior has become "abusive," Sen. John Kennedy said Wednesday.
A former FBI official and frequent critic of President Trump said Tuesday thatChristopher Steele should avoid being questioned byJustice Department, warning it could turn out disastrously for the former British spy.
While President Trump has received largely positive localcoverage of his visit to the United Kingdom, the American media has stayed focused on the negative, Joe Concha pointed out on "Fox & Friends" Wednesday.
Rep. Jim Jordan said Tuesday that Democrats are focused on "getting the president" through impeachment, not on helping the country, calling John Dean's upcoming testimony the "opening act.
Fox News host Steve Hilton labeledSadiq Khana "ridiculous character" Tuesday after the London mayor's war of words withPresident Trump.
Joe Scarboroughargued Tuesday in a Washington Post op-ed that after "three years of Trumpian madness," Americans must try to ignore the "ground noise" coming from the president.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren was caught off-guard by tough questions from New York morning radio hosts about her past claims ofNative American ancestry, said Boston radio host Howie Carr.
Pete Buttigieg called President Trump "really mean" in response to a question from a child at a campaign event in California.
Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich said the Democratic Party has not done a "reconciliation" ofwhat happened in the 2016 election and now supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders feel that former Vice President Joe Biden is receiving the same preferential treatment.
Sen. Rand Paul does not agree with Rep. Justin Amash - afellow libertarian Republican - that the House of Representatives should move forwardwith the impeachment of President Trump.
Former Watergate Assistant Special ProsecutorJon Salesaid Thursday that Robert Mueller's investigation is "totally different" from what unfolded during Watergate.
Robert Mueller "put his elbow on the scale" and his decision to do so was "much worse" than what then-FBI Director James Comey did in 2016, Alan Dershowitz said on "Hannity" Wednesday night.
Robert Mueller's public declaration was "orchestrated" by House Democrats and he would not perform well under hours of Republican questioning, Mark Levin argued on "Hannity" Wednesday night.
Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday he believes Special Counsel Robert Mueller "lost his notion of American fairness" and does not want to face questions from Republican lawmakers at a hearing.
Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy said Special Counsel Robert Mueller's rare public statement Wednesday morning was "explosive" and it cements impeachment as an option for House Democrats.
The president of Planned Parenthood has repeatedly spread a false claim about "thousands" of women who died due to a lack of safeabortion access before the Roe v.
Sen. Lindsey Graham responded Tuesday to criticism from MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, who claimed the South Carolina lawmaker has "sold his soul" by supporting President Trump.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper slammed President Trump for his comments over the weekend about North Korea and former Vice President Joe Biden.
A House Republican lawmaker said Tuesday heplans to introduce a bill called the Investigate the Investigators Act, arguing that the Mueller probe turned up a "big, fat goose egg.
The combination of a strong economy and the built-in advantages for an incumbent give President Trump a "formidable" advantage in his bid for re-election, Steven Rattner wrote in the New York Times.
Republican Sen. Joni Ernst said farmers in her home state of Iowa are experiencing "tense times" during President Trump's trade war against China.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib believes the House of Representatives is "moving toward" the support necessary to bring impeachment proceedings against President Trump.
Steve Hilton asked on "The Next Revolution" whether Democrats should be subject to the same type of investigations as President Trump, arguing that impeachment appears to be the strategy for resolving the parties' "political differences.
Chris Wallace said Friday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was trying to get "under President Trump's skin" this week and "clearly succeeded to some degree" in her efforts.
President Trump's decision to authorize the declassification of key documents from the Russia investigation is"long overdue," former deputy independent counsel Sol Wisenberg argued Friday.
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski agreed Friday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is "sharp as a tack" while President Trump's mental capacity has "completely changed."
Ben Shapiro laid out how he believes President Trumpcould have achieved a better "political outcome" after his contentious face-off with top Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie said Thursday he has focused on putting in place people at the V.A. who "understand the culture and know the language of service.
House Democrats are not interested in putting forth an agenda to help the American people and are instead entirely focused on investigating President Trump, the topRepublicanon the Judiciary Committee said Thursday.
After House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accusedhis father of a "cover-up," Donald Trump Jr. said on "Fox & Friends" Thursday that Democrats are not interested in working with President Trump on infrastructure or other issues.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said the state of New York cannot go after President Trump's tax returns "based on hatred."
Sen. John Cornyn pushed back Wednesday against efforts byHouse Democrats to obtain President Trump's taxes and financial records, while demanding testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn.
A House Democrat said Wednesday that he wants to hear testimony from Special Counsel Robert Mueller before any impeachment process begins against President Trump.
Democrats have already reached a conclusion on the impeachment of President Trump, but are now "in search of facts" to back it up, former congressman Jason Chaffetz said Wednesday.
Fox Nation hostTomi Lahren soundedoff Wednesday on "Fox & Friends" on the issue ofCalifornia Democrats considering several plans to offer health care to illegal immigrants in the state.
A man who wore a "border wall suit" to President Trump's Pennsylvania rally said getting to meet the president was like an "out-of-body experience" and he never expected it.
Former Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Pa., said the polls are wrong again and President Trump will be victorious a second time in Pennsylvania.
In a previous bid for the presidency, then-Senator Joe Biden's stance on illegal immigration sounded a lot like President Trump's current views against sanctuary cities, the hosts of "Fox & Friends" noted Tuesday.
Former White House CounselDon McGahn is caught in an "awkward position" after the White House directed him not to appear before the House Judiciary Committee, Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said Tuesday.
Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett believes abortion is the "most divisive and difficult" issue in American politics, but emphasized that American voters tend to be in the middle on it.
South Bend, Ind. MayorPete Buttigieg called out the media "noise machine" for the reactiontohis comments aboutrenaming a political dinner bearing Thomas Jefferson's name.
Joe Scarborough was so impressed withPeteButtigieg's performance at a Fox News town hall that he declared him to be "the future of the Democratic Party" Monday.
Fox News contributor Dan Bongino believes Rep. Justin Amash should leave the Republican Party after the libertarian lawmaker said President Trump engaged in "impeachable" conduct.
Some Illinois Republicans believe the state's rural areas are not getting fair representation due to the city of Chicago's outsize influence and are nowpushing to separate the Windy City from the rest of the state.
A former Bernie Sanders campaign staffer has filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the pro-Sanders group, Our Revolution.
Sean Hannity took Fox News viewers in-depth this week on a series of big developments in what he called"Operation Boomerang," kicking off with the news that a U.S.
Rep. Devin Nunes responded Friday to brand-new information from Attorney General Bill Barr'sexclusive Fox News interview, saying he still has a lengthy list of questions about how the FBI's Russia probe began in 2016.
In a new op-ed, Fox News contributor Karl Rove warned that former Vice President Joe Biden's 2020 campaignfaces the same "perils" that Hillary Clinton experienced.
The "Fox & Friends" hosts weighed in Thursday morning on the latest in the race for the 2020 nomination, including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announcing his run and Beto O'Rourke livestreaming a haircut appointment.