Alan Dershowitz on Monday slammed James Comey for leaking memos of his private discussions with President Trump.
Marc Thiessen, a former chief speechwriter to President George W. Bush, praised President Trump's accomplishments in his first year in office, but warned that the "chaos" that continues to ensue is hurting his ability to do even more.
Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather on Tuesday applauded the recent leaks that are coming out of the White House, calling them a "public service."
Jason Chaffetz urged the Justice Department to crack down even harder on leaks of classified information.
Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett came down hard on journalists who leak sensitive information to the public.
David Bossie said the deep state in America is trying to destroy the Trump presidency from within.
Former CIA operative Dr. James Mitchell recommended looking at the pattern of sensitive information leaks coming from the White House as part of a strategy to pinpoint leakers.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka said new White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly will get to the bottom of who is behind the leaks of classified information plaguing the Trump administration.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Friday that the Justice Department will review its policies on subpoenaing news organizations as part of its crackdown on government leaks.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) appeared on "The View" on Friday and applauded the leaks that are coming out of the White House.
Charles Krauthammer said White House leakers are often spreading information in order to advance a cause.
Tucker Carlson battled a former consultant for the Homeland Security Department over the "unprecedented" amount of leaks hemorrhaging from the Trump administration.