Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert said Tuesday on "Lou Dobbs Tonight" that the Democrats are "crying wolf" when they claim the declassification of documents pertaining to the Trump-Russia probe or FISA warrant would damage national security.
Tucker Carlson and Fox Business anchor Lou Dobbs said that leading Democrats' must quickly and strongly condemn the "accelerating trend" toward violence by the far left.
Tucker Carlson said Wednesday night he believes he has a "pretty good idea" of the person inside the Trump administration who wrote an anonymous op-ed blasting the president.
Tucker Carlson asked FBN's Lou Dobbs about why the Republican establishment leadership appear to be unconcerned with fulfilling President Donald Trump's campaign promises after the New York Republican ushered in another two years of GOP control of Congress.
Tucker Carlson asked Lou Dobbs to break down the current state of the House Republicans' plans on immigration reform.
Tucker Carlson said recently unearthed posts from MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid's now-defunct blog paint a more Trumpian picture of the far-left commentator.
Conservative author and attorney Ann Coulter said special counsel Robert Mueller was "trying to get himself fired" by overseeing the office of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen being raided by federal agents.
Former White House aide Sebastian Gorka blasted Sen. Jeff Flake for invoking Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in his recent criticism of President Trump.
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said President Trump should avoid an interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller or he could "end up like Bill Clinton."
In an exclusive interview with Fox Business Network, President Trump criticized the Democrats over new reports that Democratic actors and Russian interests were working against him.
Lou Dobbs criticized Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) for blasting President Trump at a speech in Florence, Ky.
On Fox Business Network tonight, Lou Dobbs slammed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for comments he made about President Donald Trump.