George P. Bush said Tuesday that his grandfather's passing can serve as a reminder that politicians on both sides of the aisle can come together despite their differences.
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Neil Cavuto said Thursday that former pro-wrestler and conspiracy theorist Jesse Ventura -- whose shocking Reform Party victory in the 1998 Minnesota governor's race may have spurred Trump to seek the presidency -- now himself may seek to unseat the New York Republican.
A stock market analyst said Wednesday on "Your World" that the Federal Reserve appeared to "do a 180" and stopped dramatically hiking federal interest rates because President Trump "got in" Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's head.
Neil Cavuto and his financial panel on Wednesday discussed whether a curt warning from incoming House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters caused the New York Stock Exchange to start a selloff.
Border Patrol Union President Brandon Judd said the migrant caravan could have "accomplished" their mission to seek asylum in the United States by presenting themselves at consulates and embassies in their own countries.
Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chair Mark Warner said Thursday on "Your World" that with President Trump's appointment of former Iowa federal prosecutor Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general, the probability of the Mueller probe being tampered with will increase.
Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz said Wednesday there is a limit to the "loyalty" that the Senate will allow President Donald Trump to demand from his next attorney general nominee.
Clinton-era Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr questioned the stability of the Justice Department Wednesday on "Your World" following Attorney General Jeff Sessions' resignation at the request of President Trump.
1988 Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis blasted President Donald Trump for his jabs at Sen. Elizabeth Warren, adding that it reflects the "kind of racism this guy seems to stand for."
Neil Cavuto pressed AFL-CIO labor union leader Richard Trumka on whether he supports the changes President Trump has made in regard to trade and the economy, and asked who his members are supporting in Tuesday's election.
Rep. Jim Jordan said voters have a very clear choice in next week's midterm elections: Democrats' rhetoric or President Trump's results.
New Jersey Senate candidate Bob Hugin (R) said Wednesday on "Your World" that his Democratic opponent, Sen. Bob Menendez, is "corrupt."