White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley said President Trump's first veto since taking office is a sad but important moment.
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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders reacted to Speaker Nancy Pelosi's statement that attempting to impeach President Trump is "not worth it."
House Judiciary Committee Member Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) said Friday that there should be no confusion as to why he and a handful of other Republicans voted against the anti-hate resolution in Congress.
Harris Faulkner celebrated International Women's Day by interviewing Dr. Anna Lee Fisher, who became the first mother to fly in space as part of her trailblazing career at NASA.
Judge Andrew Napolitano disagreed with his fellow legal analyst Alan Dershowitz's assertion that Democrats are going "too far" with their Trump investigations.
The New York Democrat whose district contains Trump Tower said Thursday that Michael Cohen's testimony to House lawmakers could "possibly" lead to impeachment.
Former U.N. Ambassador Bill Richardson said Thursday that more talks are needed between the sides after President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un failed to reach an agreement at a summit in Hanoi.
A former longtime Louisiana lawman who is now a Republican congressman told former Trump attorney Michael Cohen that he "reminds" him of some of the "several thousand men" he's arrested.
Fox News contributor Andrew McCarthy said Wednesday on "Outnumbered Overtime" that a report claiming President Trump asked if a U.S. attorney could lead the probe into Michael Cohen despite his recusal is "all wind and no rain."
The tentative bipartisan compromise on border security will act as a "down payment" to President Trump's wall along the southern border, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Wednesday.
Sen. Steve Daines just returned from a visit to the U.S.-Mexico border, and he's challenging his fellow lawmakers to take similar trips to get a first-hand look at the crisis.
Republican National Committee spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday that 2020 Democratic hopefuls are resorting to attacks on President Trump because they "don't have the facts on their side."