Protests commenced for a second night following the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man in the California capital, Abby Huntsman reported.
Charles Hurt said if Republicans suffer a "complete wipeout" in November's midterm elections, the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill could be seen as the beginning of voter's dissatisfaction with the party and the Trump administration.
Jesse Watters said the lack of sufficient funding for the border wall in the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill is a "huge defeat for the president."
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Friday that "the era of leading from behind is over" following the announcement that John Bolton will be taking over as National Security Adviser.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said Friday that bringing on law power couple Joseph diGenova and Victoria Toensing to President Trump's legal team is good news, because they are "real street fighters."
President Trump on Friday signed the massive $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill despite an earlier threat to veto the legislation due to the lack of border wall funding and a fix for DACA.
President Donald Trump assured DACA recipients on Friday that Republicans are on their side more than Democrats, who "fought every single inch of the way" to the president's ultimate passing of the $1.3 trillion spending bill.
President Trump on Thursday said he believes that he has "tremendous support" from many college students and that reports of anti-Trump sentiment on college campuses are "highly overblown."
"Fox and Friends" co-host Pete Hegseth on Friday had critical words about Congress' newly passed spending bill, calling it a "swamp budget" that doesn't garner a fair return for border wall funds in exchange for protection for illegal immigrants.
The deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee says he hopes to be a wage trailblazer and is calling for a "maximum wage" for CEOs.
A Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School junior said Friday he believes he wasn't featured on a recent TIME Magazine cover with fellow activist classmates because he supports the Second Amendment.
Jonathan Turley said Thursday he is concerned that the legal strategy of President Trump's lawyers will get more aggressive.