Outgoing Illinois State Rep. Peter Breen reacted to a public attack from a Democratic lawmaker who wished that his family would die from Legionnaire's Disease after a floor debate on appropriations legislation.
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A former Trump campaign adviser and longtime Republican consultant said it's "not surprising" that Michael Cohen "would never take a bullet for Donald Trump," after the onetime Trump ally pleaded guilty of lying to Congress and turned on the president.
Sen. John N. Kennedy said Wednesday that "you could drown in the hypocrisy" of Democrats who flout accusations that President Trump is defying the rule of law in regard to the Mueller probe, while they themselves refuse to consider the rule of law when supporting illegal immigration.
Law Professor Jonathan Turley said recent news involving conservative author Jerome Corsi and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort show that Special Counsel Bob Mueller is "clearly not getting what he wants."
A longtime Democratic consultant and strategist said Monday on "The Story" that a small group of moderate Democrats is enabling President Trump and causing trouble for potential House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Martha MacCallum addressed the recent domestic misconduct allegations against celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti, and the case of a Tennessee college student expelled after being accused of rape.
Former Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz said Monday on "The Story" that Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi is the top Democrat on Republicans' list of people they would want to see as an opposition leader in the House.
Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz reacted to news that Gov. Rick Scott's Senate campaign is claiming Broward County election official Brenda Snipes intentionally missed a recount deadline by two minutes.
Martha MacCallum grilled House Intelligence Committee Democrat Eric Swalwell on several topics, including the Mueller probe and Swalwell's stated promise to investigate several aspects of President Donald Trump.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta does not have a constitutional right to visit the White House and that CNN's First Amendment right to freedom of the press is not being infringed by the 47-year-old's hard pass being revoked.
Lt. Com. Dan Crenshaw joined Martha MacCallum on Monday on "The Story" to react to his surprise appearance on "Saturday Night Live" following a week of outrage toward the program.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said that Democrats set goals for themselves upon taking control of the House of Representatives come 2019.