Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Thursday that Congress and President Trump should stay at the negotiation table until the border security issue is solved and the government's partial shutdown ends.
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House Freedom Caucus member Jim Jordan said Friday on "Your World" that Democrats appear "more focused on stopping the president than helping the country."
Sen.-elect Mitt Romney's remarks about President Trump in his recent new op-ed will "backfire" on him, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Wednesday on "Your World."
The former head of the parent company of Hardee's/Carl's Jr. defended President Trump's ongoing fight to secure border wall funding at the expense of risking a government shutdown and a Wall Street selloff.
Sen. Rand Paul said that although he opposes a government shutdown, it shouldn't be kept open in order to "keep spending money like there's no tomorrow."
Sen. Lindsey Graham joined Neil Cavuto on "Your World" Friday to discuss the sentencing of Michael Cohen and the possible campaign finance violation charges President Trump could be facing.
The head of the U.S. Border Patrol said Sen. Chuck Schumer, Sen. Bernie Sanders and others on the left are incorrect when they claim a wall is not a useful tool to stop illegal immigration.
North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven said he backs President Trump's call for $5 billion in border security funding, a topic that caused a raucous debate at the White House between the president and Democratic leaders.
Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker said former Director James Comey "thoroughly discredited" himself and "broke every rule in the book."
1996 Republican presidential nominee Bob Dole recalled saluting friend and fellow World War II veteran George H.W. Bush one final time while the 41st commander-in-chief's body lay in state in the Capitol.
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Charles Payne and his panel on "Your World" Wednesday debated President Trump's war of words with the United States Postal Service -- which he has criticized for its cozy relationship with online retailer Amazon.