Former Trump campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pierson blasted Michelle Obama for calling President Obama the "good parent" and President Trump "the other parent" in the Oval Office.
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Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino said Saturday that Democrats are largely opposed to President Trump's plan to secure the border because their viewpoint plays well with their base.
Former Solicitor General Kenneth Starr said Saturday on "Fox & Friends" that the Mueller probe into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia doesn't seem to be actually investigating that particular allegation.
Mike Huckabee reacted to the backlash that many on the left are offering up after the return of "Roseanne" featured the titular character as a Trump-supporting matriarch of a family with diverse viewpoints.
The father of a teen killed by an illegal immigrant blasted his state's governor for pardoning five immigrants convicted of crimes.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is in China for Easter weekend, speaking with dignitaries in Beijing about her reservations regarding President Trump's actions on the world stage and collective concerns about Sino-American trade relations.
Pollster and former Clinton campaign adviser Mark Penn said Hillary Clinton should be more gracious following her 2016 loss to President Donald Trump.
On "Fox & Friends," Abby Huntsman interviewed a Georgia middle school student who captured audio of her teacher ripping President Donald Trump and his "Make America Great Again" slogan.
Retired business executive Herman Cain said the Washington Post has been forced to admit that President Trump's economic policies are working.
A day after thousands took to the streets to march for gun control and school safety measures in the "March for Our Lives," Pastor Robert Jeffress announced he will be leading a "March for Eternal Life" Sunday.
A former FBI counterterrorism agent reacted to an op-ed written by recently-fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
Pete Hegseth reacted to a Pennsylvania school superintendent who told the state legislature he planned to supply classrooms in his district with a "five gallon bucket full of river stones" to repel potential school shooters.