Maine Sen. Angus King Jr. said the events of September 11, 2001, were "the beginning of an attack that is continuing today" in the form of alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
National Security Analyst Morgan Ortagus said Tuesday on "The Daily Briefing" that alleged attacks on U.S. diplomats in Cuba and China has taken harassment to "incredibly scary" levels.
Judge Jeanine Pirro said Friday on "Fox & Friends" that President Trump has rightfully stayed out of the business of the Department of Justice and its investigations of himself and Hillary Clinton.
Tucker Carlson challenged former Clinton adviser Richard Goodstein on his fellow liberals finding no problems with "spying" on President Trump's presidential campaign.
Mike Huckabee said President Trump doesn't get enough credit for his tough stance toward Russia.
Judge Andrew Napolitano took a closer look at the potential crimes committed in the meeting involving Donald Trump Jr., Paul Manafort, Jared Kushner and Russian nationals promising dirt on Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Facebook announced it has uncovered "sophisticated" efforts, possibly linked to Russia, believed to be aimed at American voters ahead of the midterm elections.
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.
Juan Williams ripped Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's performance in a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing where the diplomat was grilled about President Trump's recent summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland.
In an at times testy exchange with New Mexico Sen. Tom Udall, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was pressed on what he knows about then-businessman Donald Trump's interests in Russia and whether he has a "compromising relationship" with the U.S. rival.
A Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing got heated when its top Democrat engaged in a stern line of questioning toward Secretary of State Michael Pompeo in regard to the Trump-Putin summit last week.