An Illinois Democrat appeared to soften his tone on the White House's border wall plan, so long that the DACA program is maintained, "Fox & Friends" reported
Rachel Campos-Duffy serves as a contributor for Fox News Channel (FNC).
In this role, Campos-Duffy offers political analysis across the network's daytime and primetime programming.
Campos-Duffy is currently the national spokesperson for The LIBRE Initiative, an organization which provides aid and promotes growth within the Latino community. In addition, she is the author of "Stay Home, Stay Happy: 10 Secrets to Loving At-home Motherhood."
Prior to joining FNC, Campos-Duffy was a part of MTV's iconic reality television show, "The Real World." She also was a recurring guest host for ABC's "The View" and NBC's "The Today Show."
Campos-Duffy graduated from Arizona State University's Honors Program with a degree in Finance. In addition, she earned a Master's degree from the University of California in International Affairs with an emphasis on Economic Development in Latin America.
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Dan Bongino, a former congressional candidate in Maryland, sounded off Monday morning on Chelsea Manning's Senate run in the same state.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took aim at pro-life groups during a town hall meeting, Fox & Friends reported.
Former President Bill Clinton said on Twitter Saturday that no Clinton Foundation funds were used to pay for his daughter's wedding.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) on Friday rejected President Trump's denial of the vulgar remarks he made in a bipartisan immigration meeting.
President Donald Trump is defending himself on Twitter Friday morning after an explosive report, confirmed by Fox News, that he derided the idea of accepting immigrants into the United States from "s**thole countries."
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will kick off 2018 with a roughly 15 percent salary increase.
Looking back at 2017, Republican strategist and pro-Trump PAC official Eric Beach said President Trump is well on his way to "draining the swamp."
The lawyer for a Christian couple forced to close their bakery after incurring a hefty fine in a discrimination suit said their punishment was "un-American."
Political analyst Amy Holmes said Democrats who are intentionally "throwing red meat to their rabid constituents" who detest President Trump may incidentally hurt their candidates running in more moderate areas in 2018.
New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara says he was fined $6,079 by the NFL for his decision to wear Christmas-themed red cleats in last Sunday's game.
A retired NYPD lieutenant said Americans should unite around President Trump.