Sean Hannity, media reporter Joe Concha and author David Brody reacted to the "fawning" coverage the North Korean delegation received at the Pyeongchang Olympic Games, compared to the "trashing" of Vice President Mike Pence.
A top Democrat compared President Donald Trump's time in the White House to the early days of the Nazi era in Germany, in an interview with CNN.
Tucker Carlson debated LaDawn Jones, who agreed with BLM founder Patrisse Cullors in comparing President Trump to German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
Author Mark Steyn said "CNN should be ashamed of themselves" for firing Jeffrey Lord, a Trump-supporting author and analyst who tweeted "Sieg Heil" at a liberal advocacy group's president.
Julie Roginsky called on left-wingers who oppose President Donald Trump to refrain from comparing him to Adolf Hitler.
Monday on "The O'Reilly Factor", Brit Hume called characterizations made by actress Meryl Streep and others comparing President Trump or his supporters to Nazis are "spectacularly ill-informed".
Monday on "The View", panelist Joy Behar said "Saturday Night Live" appeared to compare President Trump to a dictator, saying that authoritarians do not like being publicly lampooned.
Tucker Carlson said that many on the Left found President-elect Donald Trump being named TIME's Person of the Year a 'trigger' and a reminder that he indeed will become their Commander-in-Chief.
Israel's Defense Ministry harshly rejected President Obama's remarks about the Iran deal, disputing that it no longer opposes the international agreement reached in Vienna in July of last year.
Donald Trump has been accused of a lot – but this week, Hollywood took it to a whole other level.
There was a batch of weird news in today’s Political Grapevine, starting with JCPenney which is under fire for a tea kettle ad that bears an uncanny resemblance to Adolf Hitler.