The executive assistant to Ronald Reagan during his presidency compared the recent staff shake-ups in President Trump's White House to that of Reagan, saying that both were elected "to do things differently."
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White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley said Monday that the construction of a border wall is a major victory for Americans in the latest piece of legislation pushed by President Donald Trump.
Former President Barack Obama said Sunday that in order for society to progress effectively, it'd be beneficial to have at least a million people like him.
Thousands of people took to the streets on Saturday to participate in the March for Our Lives demonstration, calling for action against gun violence.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Friday that "the era of leading from behind is over" following the announcement that John Bolton will be taking over as National Security Adviser.
President Trump on Thursday said he believes that he has "tremendous support" from many college students and that reports of anti-Trump sentiment on college campuses are "highly overblown."
"Fox and Friends" co-host Pete Hegseth on Friday had critical words about Congress' newly passed spending bill, calling it a "swamp budget" that doesn't garner a fair return for border wall funds in exchange for protection for illegal immigrants.
A Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School junior said Friday he believes he wasn't featured on a recent TIME Magazine cover with fellow activist classmates because he supports the Second Amendment.
New mom Abby Huntsman will return to the "Fox & Friends Weekend" couch this Saturday and Sunday.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said Thursday that he will not support a Republican-proposed $1.3 trillion spending bill, and that it "may be the worst" he's seen in his time in Congress.
A high school student who had received death threats for recording his teacher's anti-military rant said Thursday that he's happy the school board fired the teacher, and that "nobody deserves to be hurt."
Former Vice President Joe Biden said Tuesday that instead of debating President Donald Trump about sexual assault, he would have taken him "behind the gym and beat the hell out of him" if the two were in high school together.