Sean Hannity criticized former FBI Director James Comey for what he called hypocrisy and possible perjury in the wake of new reports about the lawman's stated timeline.
New Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren reacted to the FBI's denial of a Freedom of Information Act request regarding Hillary Clinton's emails.
Sean Hannity debated his longtime friend Lanny Davis, a Clinton confidante, on the legitimacy of the scandals surrounding the 42nd president and his wife.
Jesse Watters said Hillary Clinton is acting like she and the Democrats said President Trump would if he lost the 2016 election.
Tucker Carlson said that Hillary Clinton spun a yarn of conspiracy theories about her election loss during a speech on Wednesday.
Hillary Clinton called her email scandal a "nothing-burger" and said the related federal investigation is not the reason she lost the presidential election.
Liberal comedian Bill Maher said President Clinton is at fault for the events that led to now-former FBI Director James Comey's firing.
Wall Street Journal Deputy Editorial Page Editor Daniel Henninger said former FBI Director James Comey's departure is the product of him "sailing into the Clintons' personal Bermuda Triangle."
Sean Hannity reacted to the firing of FBI Director James Comey in his Opening Monologue.
In her Opening Statement, Judge Jeanine Pirro called out Hillary Clinton for playing the "poor me" card and continuing to make excuses for her election loss.
In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity slammed FBI Director James Comey for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.