In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said that President Trump's rendition of Reaganesque "peace through strength" in the Koreas is "seeing significant progress."
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Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz ripped Congress for "obstructing" President Donald Trump's agenda.
Author and attorney David Limbaugh ripped former FBI Director James Comey and what he called inequitable coverage of the Trump-Russia probe and allegations against Hillary Clinton.
Former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova said fired FBI Director James Comey is a "dirty cop" who conspired to "illegally exonerate Hillary Clinton."
House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows said he is working with his Congressional chairmen counterparts to get three to six months of messages between disgraced FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Sean Hannity said many members of the mainstream media have been left "red-faced" by the progress made by President Trump with North Korea.
Former White House adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka said the federal investigation into collusion and other alleged untoward behavior during the 2016 presidential election should be renamed "ObamaGate."
Former federal prosecutor Joe DiGenova said Friday that James Comey's recently released memos constitute a "lengthy suicide note" by the former FBI director.
Attorney Alan Dershowitz said he believes President Trump should be more concerned with the New York investigation into his longtime attorney, Michael Cohen.
Mark Levin had a fiery reaction to the revelation that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Trump last week that he is not a target in the Michael Cohen investigation.
Former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova said Wednesday that two standards of justice existed in the United States under James Comey: one for Hillary Clinton and another for President Donald Trump.
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said he was "amazed" that "an army of lawyers" hasn't convinced fired FBI Director James Comey to "keep quiet" amid possible legal jeopardy.