Judge Andrew Napolitano said the report of classified information being openly revealed by President Trump to the Russians is the "most potentially catastrophic" yet.
Chris Stirewalt joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in July of 2010 and serves as digital politics editor based in Washington, D.C.
Stirewalt provides expert analysis during Fox News coverage of presidential and other political campaigns.
Prior to joining FNC, Stirewalt served as political editor for The Washington Examiner where he wrote a twice-weekly column and led political coverage for the newspaper.
He also served as politics editor at the Charleston Daily Mail and West Virginia Media. Stirewalt began his career at the Wheeling Intelligencer in West Virginia.
He is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College in Hampden-Sydney, Virginia.
Stories from Chris Stirewalt
After the U.S. military dropped "the mother of all bombs" on an ISIS tunnel complex in Afghanistan, Hollywood director Josh Fox railed against the decision to deploy the 21,000-pound device.
On "Special Report" tonight, Chris Stirewalt said it's important for the Trump administration that the debate over repealing and replacing ObamaCare does not stretch on into a "weeks-long ordeal."
On "Outnumbered" Monday, Meghan McCain responded to her father Sen. John McCain's comments on President Donald Trump's tumultuous relationship with the mainstream media.
The "Outnumbered" hosts took on the new criticism of the Trump White House from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
In an interview with The New York Times, Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's chief strategist, went off on the media, labeling it “the opposition party” and suggesting that it “keep its mouth shut.”
Chris Stirewalt says that the violent protests that have broken out in Washington, D.C. will only help President Donald Trump.
A teacher in Michigan reportedly will not allow his fourth-grade students to watch President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration speech on Friday.
According to the Fox News Brainroom, there at least 69 House Democrats who won't attend Friday's inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States.
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer of Maryland, the second-highest ranking Democrat in the House, said Republicans have no purposeful replacement of ObamaCare ready for when they send a repeal bill to President-elect Donald Trump's desk.
President Obama suggested at a news conference Monday that Hillary Clinton failed to connect with the working-class voters that helped him win twice.
"When races get called, it's not just a matter of waiting for the numbers and reporting it to the world," Dana Perino said on I'll Tell You What.