Former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova blasted the federal government for what he called "one of the most disgraceful events in American criminal justice."
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Tucker Carlson debated a bishop of the United Methodist Church who believes the United States should not turn away the caravan of migrants that has gathered at the southern border.
The Federalist editor Mollie Hemingway said Thursday that the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn "created its own crime" and ended in a verdict that had nothing to do with Russia or Russian contact.
Tucker Carlson spoke with a Mexican politician who said members of the migrant caravan went to an American consulate in the area and demanded President Donald Trump pay them $50,000 to go back to Honduras.
Tucker Carlson responded to a California Democrat who said Wednesday that he would "love to be able to regulate the content of speech" but that the First Amendment disallows the practice.
David Rubin, the former mayor of Shiloh, Israel, advocated on Wednesday how building a border wall between Israel and Egypt was completely effective in prohibiting illegal immigration.
Rep. Jim Jordan said Tuesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that there is bias being shown by Google that's "plain in front of us."
Tucker Carlson said Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer "never hated anything in his whole life" more than being berated by President Trump during a tense back-and-forth on border wall funding.
Tucker Carlson debated progressive radio host Chris Hahn on Monday over the court filings on former Trump aide Michael Cohen by Robert Mueller's team.
Tucker Carlson had some strong words for Nancy Pelosi after the likely incoming House Speaker took a hard line on President Trump's long-promised border wall, which she called "immoral, ineffective and expensive."
Mark Steyn blasted a Minnesota State University-Mankato professor who criticized the Biblical Christmas story as one in which God wrongfully "impregnated" St. Mary without "consent."
Tucker Carlson said that in the name of defending American democracy, Democrats and the left are actually weakening democracy.