Andy McCarthy reacted Thursday to the federal indictment of Greg Craig in connection with foreign lobbying work uncovered by the Mueller probe.
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President Donald Trump said Tuesday that, while working as a real estate developer in East Midtown, Manhattan, current Rep. Jerrold Nadler was a routine crosstown foe, as the Republican blasted Congressional Democrats over their latest demands.
Greg Gutfeld said Monday that the release of the summary of the Mueller report and the arrest of Michael Avenatti on unrelated charges shows that the media is in a "crisis moment."
Fox Nation host Tyrus reacted to an active school shooter drill in Indiana that came under fire after teachers were wounded by law enforcement officers who were training them.
The president of the local United Auto Workers union in Lordstown, Ohio responded to President Trump's criticism in the wake of General Motors "unallocating" manufacturing at the plant.
A Colorado radio host said much of his audience was outraged that Gov. Jared Polis (D) signed legislation tying the Centennial State to the National Popular Vote initiative.
Former Deputy Attorney General John Yoo said Thursday that Mueller team prosecutors likely hoped to find more charges to bring against Roger Stone but came up with "dry holes."
Daniel Henninger wrote Wednesday in the The Wall Street Journal that the story of the year to this point is President Trump's record on jobs, but the issue isn't getting much coverage.
The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee ripped Chairman Jerrold Nadler for calling redundant witnesses and continuing to search for a crime committed by President Trump.
Criminal defense attorney Eric Guster and retired NYPD detective Pat Brosnan broke down where Jussie Smollett went wrong with his alleged hate crime hoax.
Ben Shapiro said Tuesday that the discrepancy in press coverage between the reported attack on actor Jussie Smollett and the alleged hate crime assault of a Jewish man in New York occurred because "there was a narrative to be promoted."
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders contrasted President Trump's national emergency executive action with President Obama's executive order implementing the DACA program for children of illegal immigrants.