Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz reacted to news that the conservative publication The Washington Free Beacon paid opposition research firm Fusion GPS for information on several Republican candidates during the election.
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Former Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo fired back after a former DNC official accused him on-air of being a "Russian stooge" and "working for Vladimir Putin."
Professor Jonathan Turley said allegations against the Clintons in regards to Russia could "potentially be criminal" but cautioned that they just as well may not be.
Former Arizona State Sen. Kelli Ward (R-Lake Havasu City) said Sen. Jeff Flake's (R-Ariz) announcement will help her become the next U.S. senator from that state.
Daily Wire editor Ben Shapiro and Democratic strategist Richard Fowler reacted to video of Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) threatening to "take [President] Trump out tonight."
Martha MacCallum criticized MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell for bringing race and the 1950s segregation-related violence into the analysis of Gen. John Kelly's statements about Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.).
Mike Huckabee said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sounded like a nagging parent rather than the chairman of a sports league.
Former aides to Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama sparred over whether each other were culpable for the rise of Islamic extremism in Iraq and Syria.
Radio host and NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch said she's had to pack up her belongings in garbage bags and leave her home over threats from gun control advocates and other opponents.
TMZ founder and host of FNC's "OBJECTified" Harvey Levin reported that disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein's contract with The Weinstein Company essentially allowed for continued employment should sexual harassment suits arise.
Laura Ingraham, upcoming host of the Ingraham Angle - premiering October 30 on Fox News Channel - said the Boy Scouts' decision to allow girls into their ranks is "more madness."
Mike Huckabee said the press' fixation with President Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is pointless, as the story is "a lot of fake news."