President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani told Laura Ingraham that special counsel Robert Mueller should have enough "material from which to write a report right now."
Sean Hannity called on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to resign or be fired in the wake of allegations he reamed out lawmakers and Congressional staffers, threatening to subpoena records after he was accused of slow-walking their own requests.
Tucker Carlson asked Lou Dobbs to break down the current state of the House Republicans' plans on immigration reform.
New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin reacted to news that a New York Times journalist reporting on leaks in the Senate Intel Committee was sleeping with her likely source for her stories.
In her Angle commentary, Laura Ingraham said the anti-Trump media response to his Singapore summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is "galling and predictable and oh-so-blatant."
President Donald Trump spoke to Sean Hannity about his landmark Singapore summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Tucker Carlson Tonight that foreign nationals seeking asylum are "overwhelming" the court system set up under the Immigration and Naturalization Act.
Harvard Law Prof. Alan Dershowitz said fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is "entitled" to sue the FBI, Justice Department and its inspector general if he wants to.
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said the historic meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is reminiscent of President Ronald Reagan's summit with Mikhail Gorbachev in 1986.
While President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un were walking between meeting rooms at a resort hotel in Singapore, a CNN reporter began shouting questions.
President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un met face-to-face for the first time, on Sentosa Island Singapore at 9:04 PM ET.
Mark Steyn said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that President Donald Trump is operating his diplomacy in a "completely opposite" fashion to previous leaders.