Tucker Carlson criticized Sunday's Emmy Awards as a President Trump bashing-fest that only succeeding in proving the "contempt" the "ruling class" and Hollywood have for Middle America.
In his "Common Sense" monologue, Neil Cavuto criticized those critics of President Trump who have shown "hypocrisy."
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) compared Trump supporters to Neanderthal-era cave-dwellers at a global warming speech in New York City.
Judge Napolitano shook his head at two Trump lawyers who were overheard loudly discussing the Russia investigation over lunch.
As Trump mounts the U.N. General Assembly stage this week for the first time, one measuring stick cuts to the chase: will ‘make America great again’ shrivel into a futile search for applause lines?
Greg Gutfeld encouraged those who feel like President Trump has let them down to cheer up.
Hillary Clinton called President Trump a "clear and present danger to this country" and implored the White House to find "people who know better" to keep tabs on his actions.
During a speech to United States Air Force members celebrating their 70th anniversary, President Trump praised their discipline and fighting ability.
A recent study from the Media Research Center found that 91 percent of the evening news coverage of President Donald Trump on ABC, NBC and CBS this summer was negative.
On "Fox & Friends," former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump made it clear during the campaign that he's a deal-maker and he's going to do what's in the best interests of the U.S.
Sean Hannity said that the Republican Party's constant failures "literally pushed this president into the arms of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi."
Mark Krikorian, of the conservative think tank Center for Immigration Studies, said President Trump is unwise to trust Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.).