"Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin ripped former FBI brass James Comey and Andrew McCabe as "bad cops" who "politicized the FBI."
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Sean Hannity said that President Trump's tough stance on Russia stands in stark contrast with that of former President Obama.
"Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin said House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Adam Schiff is a "shill for the Russian government."
Geraldo Rivera reacted to the news that the House Intelligence Committee concluded its investigation of alleged Russian collusion, declaring that President Trump did not work with Russia to win his election.
Vice President Mike Pence said he has forgiven ABC's Joy Behar for disparaging remarks she made about him and his Christian faith.
In the wake of the Trump Justice Department suing the state of California for its failure to comply with federal immigration laws, Tomi Lahren hit the streets of Los Angeles to find out what California residents think about their state's sanctuary policies.
Sean Hannity debated Univision anchor Jorge Ramos over the legitimacy of Attorney General Jeff Sessions' decision to enforce federal immigration law in California.
In his opening monologue on Tuesday, Sean Hannity reacted to fired Trump aide Sam Nunberg's bizarre television interviews, arguing they show just how "despicably low" the mainstream media will go to damage President Trump.
Sean Hannity asked former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer about one of his foils in the briefing room, CNN's Jim Acosta.
Former aide to President Richard Nixon and veteran political consultant Roger Stone said repeated accusations against President Trump and his associates represent a "distraction" from the real breach of decorum in the Obama administration.
Sean Hannity aired a clip of controversial former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg being interviewed on CNN -- as the host said she smelled alcohol on his breath, and asked if he'd been drinking.
In his opening monologue Thursday night, Sean Hannity reacted to a letter House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions detailing how the FBI may have broken bureau protocols and violated criminal statutes by using unverified information during the 2016 election to obtain a surveillance warrant on a Trump campaign aide.