Facebook announced it has uncovered "sophisticated" efforts, possibly linked to Russia, believed to be aimed at American voters ahead of the midterm elections.
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.
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.
Bret Baier said that President Trump may very well be trolling the media and the left by claiming that he thinks Russia will interfere in the midterms.
In his monologue on "The Five," Greg Gutfeld said the media appears "confuse[d]" over the fact President Trump's approval rating rose a small amount over the short term, in spite of the much-criticized summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
Geraldo Rivera said criticism of President Donald Trump's summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin has been "absolutely overblown" because there's such a deep anti-Trump sentiment in the mainstream media.
An MSNBC correspondent headed to Wisconsin to talk to voters about the Trump-Putin summit and found that the outrage was not as strong as in Washington, D.C.
In her "Angle" commentary, Laura Ingraham slammed former CIA Director John Brennan for labeling President Trump as "treasonous" for his remarks at a summit with Vladimir Putin.
Bill Browder, an American businessman who formerly had a company operating in Russia, said he was outraged by the prospect that the Trump administration would possibly allow him to be questioned by Russian agents over a case stemming back to 2005.
Sen. Marco Rubio said that having the U.S. interpreter present at Trump's closed-door meeting with Vladimir Putin testify about what was said would not be practical.
Laura Ingraham criticized former President Barack Obama for comments he made in South Africa that she believes attempted to breathe life into his "sad legacy."
Howard Kurtz said leaks from Washington "insiders" have once again undercut the message from the White House and keep feeding the media "furor."