George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley reacted to five articles of impeachment put forth by several Democrats on Wednesday.
Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) declared that there will be a House vote to impeach President Trump before Christmas.
California Congressman Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) joined Tucker Carlson for a debate, but instead challenged the host on the Trump tax plan when asked about new revelations about Hillary Clinton, the DNC and alleged Russia collusion.
President Ronald Reagan's son, Ronald Prescott Reagan, ripped President Trump as a "deeply damaged human being" who must be removed from the White House.
Congressman Al Green (D-Texas) made a second case for President Trump's impeachment for the charge of demeaning the Oval Office through his comments on Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.).
Sean Hannity said that the left is now using the deaths of Green Berets in Niger for political purposes.
George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley warned Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) that he is playing a "dangerous game" by trying to impeach President Trump because he disagrees with him.
Sean Hannity said the mainstream media and Democrats "predictably" made President Trump's comments about NFL players all about race.
Former Trump adviser Roger Stone believes a civil war would ensue if Congress impeaches President Donald Trump.
A Democratic congressman became the latest legislator to draft impeachment articles against President Trump, saying he failed to adequately delineate between neo-Nazis and their opponents in Charlottesville.
Tucker Carlson responded in real time to a criticism from Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.).
Stuart Varney said Democrats and the media are ignoring serious issues in favor of continued hysteria over all things Russia.