A Tennessee Democratic congressman and frequent Trump critic said Monday that he believes Donald Trump Jr. and presidential adviser Jared Kushner will be indicted in Robert Mueller's special counsel probe.
Attorney Michael Avenatti, who represents porn star Stormy Daniels, slammed former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Twitter, asking if he knows of further "hush payments" by the Republican's client, President Donald Trump.
President Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, called in to "Outnumbered" Monday to clarify remarks he made earlier in the day on "Fox & Friends" about alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Alan Dershowitz said that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is hoping that Paul Manafort will opt to testify against the president, rather than face a lengthy prison sentence.
Tomi Lahren said that Democrats hate the president's success so much, they're unaware that he's actually helping the base they're looking to support.
Chris Wallace said Friday that there are likely few legal ramifications that could arise from President Trump allegedly knowing about a meeting his son Donald had with a Russian lawyer in 2016.
Fox News at-large correspondent Geraldo Rivera warned Friday that President Trump's former counsel Michael Cohen could "represent a significant legal threat to the president."
Law Professor Jonathan Turley reacted to a New York Times report saying that Special Counsel Bob Mueller is "scrutinizing [President Donald Trump's] tweets and negative statements" about Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI Director Jim Comey.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Special Counsel Robert Mueller sees President Trump's tweets as a "treasure trove" and a "window into [Trump's] thinking."
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said reports that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is now examining President Trump's tweets is a sign of how "baseless" the Russia probe is.
Alan Dershowitz said Thursday that by trying to impeach Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, House Republicans are actually bolstering the left's argument for impeaching President Trump.
Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova ripped Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and said whatever punishment may be coming his way is warranted.