Rep. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday that Rep. Maxine Waters' call for people to harass Trump staffers as a way of retaliation against the president's administration "crossed a clear line."
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South Carolina gubernatorial candidate John Warren (R) said Tuesday's primary runoff will not be about President Trump, despite the president's outspoken support for his opponent, incumbent Republican Gov. Henry McMaster.
Democratic strategist Mary Anne Marsh said that Republicans were hypocritical to condemn Rep. Maxine Water's call for her supporters to "absolutely harass" Trump administration officials in public.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Monday that President Trump's calls for deportations of illegal immigrants without proper court hearings goes completely against the Constitution.
Kayleigh McEnany said that Democrats should condemn recent comments made by Rep. Maxine Waters that if people see Trump officials in public, they should "absolutely harass" them.
Alan Dershowitz said the Justice Department should comply with congressional requests for documents related to the Hillary Clinton email investigation Trump-Russia inquiry.
National Review senior editor Jonah Goldberg remembered his longtime colleague Charles Krauthammer as a "decent man who took the higher road."
Ivanka Trump is under fire in the press over the migrant family separation crisis, despite the fact that she reportedly lobbied her father to do something about it behind the scenes.
Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey pushed back Thursday on the final report issued by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz on the handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Rudy Giuliani said Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation may be "tainted" and "infected with bias" following revelations from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) blasted President Trump on Wednesday for the zero-tolerance enforcement policies toward asylum-seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales says Congress is responsible for working with President Trump and coming up with long-term immigration reform.