Several members of President Donald Trump's own party blasted him over his summit and joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Kimberly Guilfoyle and The Five reacted to the second day of testimony from DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz in regard to the report studying bias in the federal probe into Hillary Clinton.
Sean Hannity said that DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz has "a lot of explaining to do" after his report claimed the FBI's actions surrounding the Clinton email scandal were not motivated by political bias.
George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley reacted to testimony before Congress given by FBI Director Chris Wray and DOJ Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz regarding alleged biases in the Clinton email investigation.
Senate Judiciary Committee member Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) ripped the findings of Inspector General Michael Horowitz' report on DOJ and FBI actions in the Hillary Clinton email probe as "appalling."
Senate Judiciary Committee Member John N. Kennedy (R-La.) pressed Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz on his report's finding that bias did not affect prosecutorial decisionmaking in regard to the Clinton email scandal -- in a round of questioning that made unexpected references to Jimmy Hoffa and the tooth fairy.
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said he was "amazed" that "an army of lawyers" hasn't convinced fired FBI Director James Comey to "keep quiet" amid possible legal jeopardy.
Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova said Tuesday that key Obama administration officials ignored reports of a possible breach of Hillary Clinton's private email server in order to protect the 2016 presidential candidate.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said he keyed-into an otherwise unremarkable reference in the FISA Memo, which referred to former MI6 Agent Christopher Steele as a "longtime FBI asset."
In her Opening Statement, Judge Jeanine Pirro called the circumstances surrounding the Hillary Clinton probe "rigged" and "as dirty as it gets."
Law professor Jonathan Turley said it is "strange" that Democrats want to see the Trump-Russia investigation through, but are not as eager when it comes to Hillary Clinton's emails.
In her Opening Statement on Saturday, Judge Jeanine Pirro "doubled down" that the Justice Department officials who showed a political bias during the Clinton email and Trump-Russia probes should be "led out in cuffs."