In the wake of Friday's indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian companies for alleged election interference, President Trump is asking why the Obama administration did not do more to prevent Moscow's meddling.
Conservative author Michelle Malkin said the press is like an anti-Trump "4-H Club" that only care about "bringing down the president."
Author and "Rush Limbaugh Show" sub-host Mark Steyn criticized former Clinton White House counselor David R. Gergen for alleged political hypocrisy.
Tucker Carlson ripped those on the left who have been calling President Trump an authoritarian, or a president who has authoritarian tendencies.
David Bossie said Friday's indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian companies for alleged election interference proves "beyond a shadow of a doubt" that President Donald Trump and his campaign did not collude, cooperate or coordinate with the Russians.
An Arizona Democratic congressman blasted President Trump on Sunday for a series of tweets he sent regarding the Florida school shooting.
Trump Evangelical Advisory Board member Johnnie Moore said there is a double standard when it comes to condemning or criticizing religion in America.
Former Trump adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka said former FBI Director Robert Mueller's investigation into allegations of collusion between Trump associates and Russian actors is like a forgettable segment of "Saturday Night Live."
EIB Network radio host Rush Limbaugh warned President Trump not to take a victory lap just yet, after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein made public statements about new indictments in the Mueller probe into Russian collusion.
Former secret service agent Dan Bongino said that new revelations detailed in the Mueller probe's federal indictment of several Russian nationals finally renders Trump collusion claims moot.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox offered his condolences to the victims of the Florida high school shooting before adding that the tragedy is "what you get" with "aggressive and violent language" from the White House.
Sean Hannity said the deputy attorney general's announcement concerning Russian interference in the 2016 election elicited a "collective gasp from liberals" because no Americans were implicated as willing participants.