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A fixture in New York State Democratic politics is being accused of violently assaulting five women, and President Donald Trump may have foreshadowed the allegations in a five-year-old tweet, Tucker Carlson reported.
Tucker Carlson challenged a former staffer on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign to defend the legitimacy of Robert Mueller's probe into whether President Donald Trump colluded with Russia in 2016.
Tucker Carlson said Robert Mueller's probe into President Donald Trump and his campaign shows that political endeavors are now being "waged with guns, subpoenas and the surveillance power of the U.S. government."
Veteran political consultant and onetime Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone ripped Robert Mueller and his probe into the president's alleged collusion with Russia.
Tucker Carlson discussed the ongoing federal special investigation into President Donald Trump, which recently ensnared personal attorney Michael Cohen.
Longtime former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom said the investigators probing President Donald Trump are "out of control."
Michelle Obama referred to herself as the "forever First Lady" in a speech to a group of high school students.
Why are Democrats afraid to oppose Nancy Pelosi? That's what Tucker Carlson asked on his program Wednesday evening.
A former Trump campaign adviser said Wednesday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team of investigators are very much still looking into possible collusion with Russia.
Former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has "disqualified" himself from continued service with the Department of Justice.
A descendant of the 17th century Powhatan princess Pocahontas said Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) should not consider the name of her ancestor a "racial slur."