Former Inspector General Charles McCullough expanded on revelations he made in an interview Monday with Catherine Herridge.
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President Trump resurrected the controversy over his nickname for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) when he referred to her as "Pocahontas" during a Navajo Code Talker ceremony.
Tucker Carlson said in his opening monologue that anonymous allegations of sexual misconduct always lead to abuses, describing his own experience with a false allegation of sexual assault.
An Obama-appointed inspector general said he was marginalized and threatened when he raised alarm about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server.
Mark Steyn reacted to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) defending Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) as an "icon" after he was accused of sexual misconduct.
Tucker Carlson said in his monologue that sexual harassment allegations should be taken seriously, but not to the level of a "witch hunt."
Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino called Hillary Clinton a "fraud" and ripped her radio interview with Salem Network's Hugh Hewitt.
Immigration activist Francisco Hernandez said sanctuary cities are a "political phantom."
Mark Steyn compared the newly-uncovered fund that paid out $15 million to people who accused Capitol staff of misconduct to the Jon Hamm program "Mad Men."
Tucker Carlson said Oakland Raiders back Marshawn Lynch acted in a "grotesque" manner when he stood for the Mexican National Anthem but sat for the Star-Spangled banner.
Author Mark Steyn said Democrats are being disingenuous when they - in the present day - call out President Clinton for misconduct he allegedly participated in several years ago.
An attorney for victims of the Las Vegas massacre said she has not been allowed in the shooter's room and has received "nothing but resistance" from the casino's ownership.