Radio talk show host Larry Elder said Thursday on "Hannity" that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should understand why President Trump has not abandoned his campaign promise to build a wall on the border with Mexico.
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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said he has full confidence in attorney general nominee Bill Barr to oversee the Department of Justice responsibly if confirmed.
Newt Gingrich said President Trump should hold Congress' feet to the fire and demand a solution to the partial government shutdown and border security funding battle.
President Trump's attorney, ACLJ President Jay Sekulow, said Monday on "Hannity" that "every American should be concerned" at apparent retaliation by now-former FBI officials against President Trump.
In his opening monologue Thursday, Sean Hannity slammed the mainstream media for parroting Democrats' talking point about a "manufactured crisis" at the southern border.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) called out top Democrats for continuing to fight against funding President Trump's border wall, claiming they know they're wrong on the issue.
Sean Hannity headed to the Lone Star State on Thursday for a special interview with President Trump, as he surveyed the U.S. border in the city of McAllen.
House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows of North Carolina said that by walking out on Democratic leaders during an unfruitful attempt to compromise on border security and end the partial government shutdown, President Trump showed he was standing up for people who matter.
"Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin said Democratic leaders Charles Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are "pathological liars" and have done nothing constructive for immigration or border control policy in nearly "half a century."
Sen. Lindsey Graham said on "Hannity" that if Republicans don't support President Trump's border security plan, it would mean the end of his presidency.
President Trump implored congressional Democrats to help pass a spending bill that would fund a border wall, in his address to the nation Tuesday night.
Sean Hannity said the left and the mainstream media continue to "bury their heads in the sand" and blast President Trump, rather than support securing the southern border.