Nigel Farage said the political classes of both the United States and the United Kingdom are frustrating the voters who voted for "fundamental change" in 2016.
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Mike Huckabee said that Democrats used to accept pro-life people but have become the "party of pro-abortion."
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Former U.S. Navy SEAL Erik Prince laid out a plan to mitigate Pentagon spending in Afghanistan and finally quell terrorism there.
Chuck Woolery said President Trump is oddly enough becoming the victim of the system.
Former National Football League player Burgess Owens said he remembers the NFL being known for its patriotism, but now puts up with anti-Americanism.
Steve Cortes said that sanctuary city mayors are the true racists for not protecting legal immigrants from the criminal illegals who harm them.