Tucker Carlson sounded off on the next legislative agenda item needing attention after tax reform was passed.
The number-two Democrat in the House ripped the tax reform bill as a "perverse" giveaway to wealthy Americans.
On "Fox & Friends" Tuesday morning, Newt Gingrich said it's "almost suicidal" for senators to vote "no" on the GOP tax bill.
On "Fox & Friends" Tuesday morning, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders responded to criticism from some Democrats that President Trump didn't reach across the aisle on the Republican tax reform bill.
A Susquehanna Valley radio host said praised the pending passage of the Republican tax reform plan, in spite of Democrats using their "old playbook" to stop it.
Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway criticized the Democratic Party and its leadership for being "reduced to" acting as obstructionists against Donald Trump.
Former presidential candidate Martin O'Malley gave a shoutout to capitalism and called for Democrats to start "acting like a party."
Herman Cain said President Donald Trump is attempting to follow through on his campaign promises, but he's being opposed at every turn by Democrats and even some Republicans.
Michelle Malkin appeared on "Fox & Friends" this morning to weigh in on reports that Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) settled a complaint in 2015 from a woman who alleged she was fired from his staff because she rejected his sexual advances.
Sean Hannity reacted to breaking reports that one of the most powerful people in Pennsylvania Democratic politics reportedly paid for an opponent to drop out of an election.
As numerous figures in the media, entertainment and politics face sexual harassment and assault allegations, some on the left have revisited decades-old claims against former President Bill Clinton.
Sean Hannity said the media and Democrats are gradually coming to terms with the fact they helped divert attention from several accusations of sexual misconduct by President Clinton.