Tucker Carlson reacted to Democrats and media personalities bashing rapper Kanye West over his meeting with President Trump.
A coven of New York witches is holding a public ceremony next week to cast a hex on Justice Brett Kavanaugh, in what Tucker Carlson described as the latest left-wing effort to stop his rise to the high court.
Ohio's Republican lieutenant governor renewed her call for Sen. Sherrod Brown to resign in the wake of court records that purport alleged spousal abuse and at least one restraining order filed against him by his now-ex-wife.
Tucker Carlson and Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz reacted to "View" host Sunny Hostin saying that "a woman's word is enough" when it comes to evidence in a sexual assault case.
Tucker Carlson said that the left and some in the media are "terrified that you will listen to what Kanye West" said at the White House on Thursday.
Laura Ingraham said she agreed with former First Lady Michelle Obama's reply to fiery remarks by former Attorney General Eric Holder.
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity ripped Rep. Maxine Waters for calling President Trump the "poster boy" for violent mob protesters.
Dana Perino reacted Wednesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to New York U.S. House candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calling for the abolition of the electoral college.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham responded to rumors that, with U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley's resignation, she will look to take Graham's seat as he purportedly moves to replace Jeff Sessions as attorney general.
Sean Hannity said the media's biased coverage of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation reminded him of President Trump's election night win.
American action star Steven Seagal, who holds citizenship in the U.S. and Russia, and spends a lot of time in the country, reacted to the Trump-Russia collusion narrative, his friendship with President Putin and a rumor that he is considering a run for governor of Siberia.
Tucker Carlson said Tuesday that Hillary Clinton and the Washington Post appear to be denying the prominence of what he called the "shock troops" that make up the "youth wing of the Democratic Party."