Rep. Max Rose said it would be "absurd" to have a State of the Union address amid a partial government shutdown.
Stories from Outnumbered Overtime
Ken Starr said Monday that he was "absolutely stunned" to read that the FBI reportedly probed whether President Trump was working on behalf of Russia following the firing of James Comey.
Former Acting ICE Director Tom Homan said Thursday that President Trump is not going to give in on the issue of the border wall, as Trump arrived in McAllen, Texas, to visit with Border Patrol officials.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joined Shepard Smith to react to a bombshell New York Times report that Paul Manafort shared internal Trump campaign data with a Russian associate.
The only problem in the way of Congress reaching a deal on border security is President Trump, Rep. Eric Swalwell said Wednesday on "Outnumbered Overtime."
Sen. John Cornyn applauded President Trump for taking his border wall push "directly to the American people."
Alan Dershowitz said President Trump's legal team should demand that Robert Mueller not release his final report on the Russia probe to the public or to Congress until the president's attorneys have a reasonable opportunity to study it and file a response.
Rachel Campos-Duffy weighed in Friday on a legal immigrant police officer being fatally shot in California by a gang-linked illegal immigrant.
A recent report indicates that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is nearing its end, but former independent counsel Ken Starr isn't so sure.
Retired Col. David Hunt reacted to Defense Secretary James Mattis' resignation and said that President Trump's withdrawal from Syria marks the third time since 9/11 that America has "hurt" the Kurdish people.
Michigan Rep. Debbie Dingell (D) said President Trump is not showing "responsible leadership" in threatening a partial government shutdown over border wall funding.
Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) that it was clear during Michael Flynn's hearing that Judge Emmet G. Sullivan thought the former national security adviser had committed a "very serious offense."