An Indiana farmer said Tuesday that he appreciated President Trump for "having his back" in the wake of ongoing trade negotiations, as retaliatory tariffs against the United States threaten the bottom line of American agriculture.
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Senator Rand Paul said Monday on "The Story" that he supports President Donald Trump's decision to look into revoking the security clearances of former government agents.
Actor Mark Duplass sparked a big backlash by calling conservative commentator Ben Shapiro a “genuine person” with good intentions.
Bill Browder, an American businessman who formerly had a company operating in Russia, said he was outraged by the prospect that the Trump administration would possibly allow him to be questioned by Russian agents over a case stemming back to 2005.
Journalist and author Michael Isikoff reacted to the indictment of a 29-year-old Russian woman who is accused of covertly working as a foreign agent within the United States.
In advance of the planned Finnish summit between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Lindsey Graham warned that the American leader must speak bluntly to the former KGB agent in order to have a "good relationship" between the nations.
English journalist Piers Morgan reacted to his country's public displays of protest against President Donald Trump and its love for former President Barack Obama.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Robert "Woody" Johnson IV said President Trump put America's international relations and Europe's own security "in perspective" with his tough talk at the NATO summit.
Martha MacCallum debated Democratic National Committee Vice Chairman Michael Blake over party politicians' rhetoric surrounding the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
English Member of European Parliament Nigel Farage ripped London Mayor Sadiq Khan for permitting the flight of a large blimp featuring the effigy of an infant Donald Trump to be flown over the city while the American president visits.
President Donald Trump said that if Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren is in a 2020 presidential debate against him, he will -- at that time -- offer $1 million to her favorite charity on the spot if she takes a DNA test to prove her Native American heritage.
Conservative radio host David Webb debated former Clinton aide Mo Elleithee over the continued incivility in politics.