A New York City lawmaker ripped the New York State Parole Board for agreeing to release a former Black Liberation Army member convicted of murdering two NYPD officers.
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The president of a Missouri college and a member of his staff who sat at a roundtable with the Commander-In-Chief praised President Trump for his tax plan.
Conservative commentator Candace Owens said Oakland, Calif.'s mayor practiced a "form of extremism" by flouting federal immigration law.
Mike Huckabee said Sunday on "Fox & Friends" that President Trump's personal brash and unpredictable style is part of the reason he has been successful in some important venues.
A leader of the Democrats For Trump movement said several members of his party are hypocritically calling for the president's impeachment or labeling him a racist while associating themselves with anti-Semitic preacher Louis Farrakhan.
In response to a pro-Trump dating website that launched last month, a liberal group has created a similar site for people who are critical of the president.
An Ohio forklift driver who switched parties in 2016 to support President Trump applauded the plan to impose new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Former business executive and 2012 presidential candidate Herman Cain (R-Ga.) ripped Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi for calling four-figure bonuses for working Americans "crumbs."
Trump Evangelical Advisory Board member Johnnie Moore said there is a double standard when it comes to condemning or criticizing religion in America.
Former secret service agent Dan Bongino said that new revelations detailed in the Mueller probe's federal indictment of several Russian nationals finally renders Trump collusion claims moot.
Fox News Meteorologist Rick Reichmuth talked to longtime NASCAR cup series driver Jimmie Johnson, as he previewed the first full-length race of the 2018 NASCAR season.
Former United Kingdom Independence Party Leader Nigel Farage said the world need to keep a closer eye on the activities of billionaire investor and political activist George Soros.