Steve Hilton, host of "The Next Revolution," said Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is no longer a legal case, but a "political counter-revolution."
Howard Kurtz said CNN's Dana Bash was wrong to ask Kellyanne Conway about social media posts her husband has made that are critical of the Trump administration.
Hillary Clinton on Thursday slammed the Trump White House and the media for "lifting up" views she described as "racist and white supremacist," and she praised her "dear friend" Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.).
Saudi Arabia's crown prince ripped Iran's supreme leader in an interview with The Atlantic, saying that Ali Khamenei "makes Hitler look good."
Michelle Malkin called out Democrat leaders and lawmakers for resisting the Trump administration's decision to ask 2020 census respondents if they are citizens of the United States.
President Trump announced Thursday that former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton will replace Gen. H.R. McMaster as National Security Adviser effective April 9.
President Trump on Tuesday removed Rex Tillerson as secretary of state and said he is replacing him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
Many in the media are suggesting the Trump White House is in chaos after a busy week that saw White House communications director Hope Hicks step down and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner have his interim security clearance downgraded.
Following the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, the White House is considering several gun control proposals, including setting an age limit for buying on AR-15 assault rifles, the type of weapon purchased legally by the gunman who shot 17 people dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said President Donald Trump's first year in office has been "a year of substantial accomplishment."
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on "The Ingraham Angle" tonight that it's sad to see liberals who claim to support "empowering women" turn around and attack women in the Trump administration because they disagree with them politically.
Ari Fleischer thinks the Trump administration is right to go after the mainstream media when they see inaccurate or dishonest reporting.