Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, said 2018 will be a great year for border security because President Trump is in the White House.
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A group of Trump supporters who gathered in Palm Beach, Florida, over the weekend to welcome the president to Mar-a-Lago got the surprise of a lifetime when they were invited to visit Trump's private club.
Kellyanne Conway had some strong words for Susan Rice after the former National Security Adviser tweeted out a New York Times article titled “How Can Trump Help Iran’s Protesters? Be Quiet."
President Donald Trump predicted that 2018 will be a "fantastic" year, and Michelle Malkin wants to see his administration make constructing a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border a top priority.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton commended President Donald Trump for siding with the anti-government protesters in Iran.
Alan Dershowitz believes former President Obama's strategy with Iran emboldened the Islamic republic, which he said is now poised to become a nuclear threat like North Korea in the next decade.
President Donald Trump kicked off 2018 at a New Year's Eve party at Mar-a-Lago, his resort in Palm Beach, Florida.
President Donald Trump's 2016 New York State co-chairman said Rep. Nancy Pelosi will never be speaker of the House again and credited Republicans with causing the "death knell" of ObamaCare.
Looking back at 2017, Republican strategist and pro-Trump PAC official Eric Beach said President Trump is well on his way to "draining the swamp."
The lawyer for a Christian couple forced to close their bakery after incurring a hefty fine in a discrimination suit said their punishment was "un-American."
Political analyst Amy Holmes said Democrats who are intentionally "throwing red meat to their rabid constituents" who detest President Trump may incidentally hurt their candidates running in more moderate areas in 2018.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) said "we are all going to lose patience with the attorney general" over his perceived apprehension to prosecute people like Lois Lerner and Peter Strzok.