Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney said the Democrats' handling of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation, writ large, has been "evil."
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Daily Wire editor Ben Shapiro reacted to actress Alyssa Milano expressing outrage at Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the contention that men should be concerned in social situations going forward.
Brit Hume reacted to new comments by Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, a critical Republican vote on the Kavanaugh nomination, who expressed concern over the judge's "tone" while engaging with lawmakers last week.
Senate Judiciary Committee Member John N. Kennedy said Monday on "The Story" to those who think the investigations into Judge Brett Kavanaugh are aimed at truth-seeking: "You ought to put down the bong."
Martha MacCallum pressed a Delaware Democratic senator Wednesday who said earlier this week that Judge Brett Kavanaugh bears the "burden of disproving these allegations" of sexual assault brought against him.
Brit Hume said Tuesday that the Democrats' concerns over Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans assigning a female outside counsel to question Christine Blasey Ford is about optics, not truth-seeking.
Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz said Monday that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should testify before Congress regarding the report he considered wearing a wire to record President Trump.
Ashley Kavanaugh, the wife of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, defended her husband Monday on "The Story" against accusations of sexual misconduct and reacted to the threats her family has faced as the situation intensified.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his wife, Ashley Kavanaugh, will sit down TONIGHT with Martha MacCallum on "The Story" at 7:00pm ET.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Thursday on "The Story" that the New York Times knew the truth about the purchase of curtains in Haley's official New York City residence.
Juanita Broaddrick, who alleged then-Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton raped her in 1978, blasted Hillary Clinton for hypocrisy in demanding due process for a woman who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
In this week's Wednesdays with Watters segment, Jesse Watters reacted to President Trump getting ripped by critics for hugging a young boy during a trip to hurricane-ravaged Craven County, N.C.