Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) said Monday that he would "expect there to be a criminal referral" after the Department of Justice inspector general's report about Andrew McCabe misleading investigators about the FBI's probe of the Clinton Foundation.
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President Trump issued a pardon Friday to Scooter Libby, a former Bush administration official who was convicted in 2007 in connection with the leak of a CIA agent's identity to the media.
Gen. Jack Keane (Ret.) said Friday that President Trump needs to "go big" in a decisive military retaliation against Syrian President Bashar Assad for the recent chemical attack in Douma.
"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace said there are no bombshells in former FBI Director James Comey's new book that details his private conversations with President Trump and his role in the Hillary Clinton email and Russia investigations.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Thursday that firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller would be a "terrible option" for President Trump that would have "bad consequences."
Alan Dershowitz said Thursday that the FBI raid on the office, home and hotel room of Michael Cohen was not justified.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) questioned why the FBI raided the office of President Trump's attorney on Monday, saying that the action was a "great overstep" in Robert Mueller's original Russia investigation.
The president of the National Border Patrol Council said President Trump's decision to deploy thousands of National Guard troops to the border will be a "huge boon" in combating illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis said he won't rule out a possible military strike against Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces following a suspected chemical attack that killed dozens in a town near Damascus.
Chris Wallace said Friday that President Trump is engaged in an "unprecedented attack" on the mainstream media, something he has found particularly distressing.
Retired Army Special Forces Officer Michael Waltz said Wednesday that if U.S. troops leave their mission in Syria destroy the Islamic State, "we will have ISIS 3.0."
U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Kelli Ward (R-Ariz.) said Wednesday that she supports President Trump's idea to have the military secure the U.S.-Mexico border until his wall is built, saying it's a "great option" for now.