Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) said he was "surprised" and "disturbed" to see so many House Democrats decline to get behind legislation expressing support for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
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Arizona Rep. Martha McSally (R) said Wednesday that Democrats opposing a GOP-led bill to support Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) need to choose whether they want to represent the American public or a political agenda.
House Republicans are planning to hold a vote on a resolution expressing the House’s support for ICE and condemning the idea of abolishing the agency.
Republican congressional candidate Katie Arrington said Tuesday that while she was recovering from a horrific car crash last June, she learned that her opponent hadn't fully stopped campaigning.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) said the summit between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin was "a bad day for the United States" because Trump refused to hold Putin accountable for Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
Former CIA Director John Brennan blasted President Trump with a scathing tweet following Monday's press conference with Vladimir Putin, decrying his comments as "imbecilic."
At least two top Democrats expressed concern over President Trump's planned meeting in Finland with Russian leader Vladimir Putin scheduled for early next week.
On "Outnumbered Overtime" on Thursday, Harris Faulkner pressed Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.) on embattled FBI agent Peter Strzok's claim that his professional actions were not affected by political bias.
Catherine Herridge said the big headline from Peter Strzok's testimony to Congress was the embattled FBI official's explanation of his infamous text in which he wrote "we'll stop" a Trump presidency.
Newt Gingrich emphasized the importance Wednesday of President Donald Trump's "very important" confrontation at the NATO summit with European leaders.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) says Lisa Page's refusal to appear for a private interview with two House committees despite being subpoenaed is a sign that the former FBI attorney has something to hide.
President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to replace retiring Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy appears to have divided social conservatives.