Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen said Friday on "America's Newsroom" that Democrats are desperate to block President Trump's eventual Supreme Court nominee, but "powerless" to stop it.
Marc Thiessen opined Wednesday on why Kim Jong Un may be on the verge of pulling out of a face-to-face meeting with President Donald Trump.
Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen expressed a skeptical view Wednesday about any potential deal between the United States and North Korea.
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.
Marc Thiessen reacted to Hillary Clinton's latest defense of her use of a private email server by paraphrasing Ronald Reagan: "There she goes again."
Security experts told the Associated Press that the identities of CIA personnel could have been revealed by Hillary Clinton's email scandal, potentially risking the lives of undercover operatives.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is facing challenges as he attempts to unify the GOP.
Terrorism expert and author Dr. Sebastian Gorka said the 28 classified pages of the 9/11 report should be released, labeling Saudi Arabia as a "schizophrenic" nation.
Marc Thiessen said on "Kelly File" that Donald Trump's comment that there should be "some form of punishment" for women who get illegal abortions is "something that a liberal pretending to be a pro-life conservative would say."
Megyn Kelly examined the media's shift away from the San Bernardino terror attack after less than a week to instead focus on Donald Trump's call for a ban on immigration to the U.S. by Muslims.
In recent days, Donald Trump has slammed fellow Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on everything from his personal finances to sweating too much.
In a speech on Thursday, Hillary Clinton compared Republican presidential candidates who hold conservative views on abortion and women's reproductive rights to "terrorist groups."