House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) said more Democrats should condemn the "vitriol" that's coming from some on the left, because that has no place in our political system.
One year ago this week, the late Charles Krauthammer commented on the Democratic Party's "resistance" movement and what it could mean for President Trump going into the 2018 elections.
Amid the controversy over migrant family separations at the border, Karl Rove said Republicans need to move the conversation back to the economy in advance of November's midterm elections.
Ben Shapiro said the left "wants to have it both ways" when it comes to border security and reforming the immigration laws.
The former vice chairman of the California Republican Party said decades of liberal policies have led to an exponential increase in filth and homelessness in San Francisco.
In her Angle commentary, Laura Ingraham said the Democrats "revealed" that they have nothing to campaign on besides "MS-13 not [being] animals, transgender bathrooms, open borders... and the porn industry."
Greg Gutfeld said President Donald Trump could propose an immigration reform plan dubbed "Donald DACA" that would politically "destroy the Democratic Party" while honoring Republican principles.
An attorney who is running to unseat an incumbent California Republican congressman said members of the Democratic Party told him he was "too brown" to win Tuesday's primary.
Tucker Carlson said something "transformative" has happened to the Democratic Party since Donald Trump was elected president.
Many pundits are predicting a "blue wave" in this November's midterms, with Democrats possibly gaining a majority in the House and the Senate.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway fired back at Democratic lawmakers who criticized Republicans for not "standing up" to President Trump.
The panel on The Five reacted to reports that the Democrats' expected "blue wave" of victories is "crashing" into the California surf.