Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Wednesday on "Your World" that President Trump is within his rights to negotiate and converse with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
John Brennan, the CIA director under President Barack Obama, blasted President Donald Trump over his apparent coziness with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
White House officials were left furious Wednesday by the leak regarding President Trump's congratulatory phone call to Vladimir Putin after his reelection.
Rep. Andy Biggs called for "boundaries” on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe after FBI Director Christopher Wray said in an interview that President Trump hadn’t ever asked him to do anything about the investigation.
President Trump is drawing criticism from lawmakers for his congratulatory phone call to Vladimir Putin, despite the Russian president's reelection being widely viewed as fraudulent.
Senator Jeff Flake warned President Donald Trump against firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller, saying that "no one" wants to see impeachment proceedings.
Retired Gen. Jack Keane said Monday that Russia is becoming more dangerous, as President Vladimir Putin was reelected for a fourth term in what Keane called a "farce" election.
Maryland Democratic Sen. Benjamin Cardin said it appeared "vindictive and political" for the Trump administration to fire Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe in a way that will likely affect his substantial pension.
"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace said President Trump is taking a "middle road" on Russia with his administration’s new sanctions.
Sean Hannity said that President Trump's tough stance on Russia stands in stark contrast with that of former President Obama.
Bret Baier sat down with Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) to discuss their call for the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate Department of Justice and FBI actions in the Russia probe and the investigation into Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified information.
The Trump administration's decision to sanction 19 Russian individuals and five Russian entities for allegedly interfering in the 2016 election and engaging in cyber-attacks is a "really good start," but more must be done, Steve Hilton said on "Outnumbered" on Thursday.