This week, we got our first look at prototypes for President Donald Trump's proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Tucker Carlson said the media is distorting the conversation on immigration reform by "framing it as a contest between good and evil."
Construction of prototypes for President Trump's border wall began on Tuesday.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) spoke at the Global Citizens Festival in Central Park, New York City, and ripped President Trump's plan to cut foreign aid and build a Mexican border wall.
On "Outnumbered," Lisa Boothe said that President Trump must get at least one of two things accomplished when it comes to illegal immigration, or could see his top issue become a policy failure.
President Donald Trump on Thursday said he is working with Democratic leaders on a plan to protect illegal immigrant "Dreamers," and he said he won’t insist on funding the border wall as part of it.
Pete Hegseth said Monday that President Trump should absolutely shut down the federal government if Congress fails to include funding for the Mexican border wall in its must-pass spending package this month.
Michelle Malkin credited President Trump for remaining committed to the core principles that got him elected, despite the "unprecedented" attacks from the media and both parties.
Rep. Trent Franks (R-Arizona) joined President Trump at a campaign-style rally in Phoenix last night.
In the wake of the Barcelona terror attack, Jesse Watters said America is lucky to be separated from Europe by an ocean.
Voters in Alabama are heading to the polls today for a special election primary for the U.S. Senate seat vacated when Jeff Sessions was confirmed as attorney general.
Steve Cortes stated that the border wall is not anti-Mexico, but meant to protect those who would enter into the U.S. through Mexico to harm those here.