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.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Wednesday that the United States will continue its "maximum pressure campaign" on North Korea if next month's summit does not happen.
Republican Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz reacted to Sen. Charles Schumer of New York "berating" President Trump's kind words for North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un after he released American hostages.
In his Video of the Day segment, Sean Hannity played a clip from Thursday's episode of "The View" wherein frequent Trump critic Joy Behar took the unusual step of giving the president credit for a political decision.
Former Bush speechwriter Marc Thiessen said New York Sen. Charles Schumer displayed "Trump derangement syndrome" when he criticized the way President Trump welcomed back three hostages formerly held by North Korea.
Jesse Watters reacted Thursday to President Donald Trump successfully retrieving three Americans held in North Korean labor camps.
State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert joined Dana Perino Thursday to discuss the release of three American prisoners by North Korea.
Laura Ingraham called out the "killjoy Democrats" and the rest of President Trump's political enemies for refusing to give him credit.
President Trump's historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will take place June 12 in Singapore.
NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch said the release of three American prisoners by North Korea is a fantastic victory for President Trump, but the media still does not give credit to him or his administration.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said President Trump should be commended following the release of three Americans who had been detained in North Korea.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders ripped the New York Times and other media outlets for what she considered slanted reporting about the Trump administration.