Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Kelly, who will host President Trump for a rally in his district on Wednesday, responded Saturday to claims the president has divided the country along partisan lines.
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President Donald Trump honored fallen heroes and their surviving family members in a Memorial Day speech Monday at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va.
Matt Schlapp said that Americans "deserve better" than to have to respond to what he called a "made-up emergency" that is the migrant caravan that arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border on Sunday.
Speaking at the Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru, Vice President Mike Pence warned Russia that it's "on the wrong side of history" following the allied bombing of Syrian weapons facilities.
President Trump said last week he is committed to "sealing" the U.S.-Mexico border, and he wants to deploy between 2,000 and 4,000 National Guard members to the border in order to combat illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
Florida school shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv said he saw the "March for Our Lives" rally in Washington, D.C. and noticed an anti-Republican bent to many of the protests.
Florida shooting survivor David Hogg called on those in attendance at the "March for Our Lives" to vote out legislators supportive of the National Rifle Association.
A Pennsylvania radio host praised President Trump's new steel trade policy, which enacted tariffs on foreign imports of the material.
A survivor of the Florida school shooting spoke out against the Broward County sheriff as well as those who are injecting gun control politics into the tragedy.
Democratic strategist Jessica Tarlov reacted to the release of the House Intelligence Committee's Democratic memo, which was released Saturday in response to an earlier memo from Republicans about alleged government surveillance abuses during the 2016 presidential campaign.
A Republican lawmaker is calling for the criminal prosecution of top FBI and Justice Department officials named in the Republican memo on alleged government surveillance abuses.
On "America's News HQ" on Saturday, Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.) pushed back on one of the central allegations of a controversial memo on purported government surveillance abuses.