House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes gave Sean Hannity an update on the investigation into the FISA warrant that led to federal surveillance on a former Trump campaign aide, and the production of the unverified Steele-Russia dossier on then-candidate Donald Trump.
Sean Hannity said the fact the unverified Russia dossier produced by a former MI6 agent made up a large part of the FISA application to surveil former Trump adviser Carter Page is the "biggest single scandal in American history."
Three GOP House lawmakers asked President Trump to instruct the Department of Justice to release documents related to potential FISA abuse, the Russia probe and more.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Monday that President Donald Trump can easily obtain unredacted documents related to the probe of alleged FISA abuses by the FBI and Department of Justice.
"Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin joined Jesse Watters on "Watters World" to discuss how President Barack Obama was apparently unaware of the "unmasking" of Trump officials under surveillance.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said Friday that he believes the reputation of the FBI and DOJ will be restored as a result of the investigation into potential FISA abuses by both agencies.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Thursday that Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz will find a "treasure trove" of abuses by the DOJ and the FBI.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said Monday that he believes the FBI is in "cover-up mode" while the Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz probes how the agency and Department of Justice handled the investigation of the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
Two top House Republicans repeated their call for a special counsel to look into alleged abuse of the FISA process, in the way a warrant was granted to spy on a former Trump adviser based on an unverified dossier with Russian sourcing.
In his opening monologue Thursday night, Sean Hannity reacted to a letter House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions detailing how the FBI may have broken bureau protocols and violated criminal statutes by using unverified information during the 2016 election to obtain a surveillance warrant on a Trump campaign aide.
Brian Kilmeade said Wednesday on "The Five" that President Trump's public criticisms of his attorney general were just an example of a leadership style often used in sports.
Jason Chaffetz said President Donald Trump's public criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions is "mind-boggling" and "almost embarrassing."