Sean Hannity said Friday that every Republican should be willing to "go to the mat" in the fight for border security.
Stories from Hannity
Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee said Friday on "Hannity" that with the current situation at the Mexican border, "you have every town [as] a border town and every state a border state."
Jesse Watters criticized newly-minted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for joking about potentially accepting a maximum of $1 in funding for a border wall one week after a California law enforcement officer was allegedly murdered by an illegal immigrant.
Newman, California, Police Chief Randy Richardson and Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson joined Sean Hannity Wednesday to discuss the shooting death of Newman Cpl. Ronil Singh.
Republican congressmen Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan appeared Friday on "Hannity" to discuss President Trump's border wall and the partial government shutdown.
Outgoing House Freedom Caucus member Tom Garrett (R-Va.) praised President Trump and those Republicans who stood strong in support of a border wall and border security among opposition from Democrats and moderates in the GOP.
Tuesday on "Hannity," Sebastian Gorka and California Rep. Darrell Issa (R) joined Judge Jeanine Pirro to discuss Michael Flynn's hearing.
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said on "Hannity" that Robert Mueller's prosecutors only care about "getting Trump and winning their cases."
Larry Elder said Friday on "Hannity" that some top Democrats warning the left about potential overreach is "a sign of the apocalypse."
First Lady Melania Trump blasted the press and other critics who have brought up her son Barron as a cudgel to bash the 12-year-old's father, President Donald Trump.
Former Trump aide Sebastian Gorka said the case involving Gen. Michael Flynn being convicted of lying to federal authorities is one of "classic entrapment."
Retired Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino said the Democratic leaders of the House and Senate "dropped a huge 'L'" on their battle with President Trump over the wall and border security during a public discussion at the White House.