Judge Andrew Napolitano said that unless the House Intelligence Committee subpoenas the FBI and Department of Justice, it's unlikely it will get to see the documents it requested related to an informant within Trump's 2016 campaign.
Pete Hegseth said that the Justice Department inspector general's report on the Hillary Clinton email probe laid out "all the bias" exhibited by FBI official Peter Strzok, even though none was said to be found.
In her Opening Statement, Judge Jeanine Pirro blasted the Department of Justice (DOJ) after its inspector general, Michael Horowitz, released his long-awaited report on the actions of the DOJ and FBI in the handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Jason Chaffetz said that Congress should "show some guts" and demand the Justice Department provide access to documents related to the FBI's alleged use of an informant in President Trump's 2016 campaign.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) said that in order for the American justice system to be saved, a second special counsel is needed to probe alleged abuses in the Russia investigation.
A former adviser to Hillary Clinton called for the Mueller investigation to end Monday on "The Story with Martha MacCallum."
Three GOP House lawmakers asked President Trump to instruct the Department of Justice to release documents related to potential FISA abuse, the Russia probe and more.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said James Clapper may have lied to Congress about leaking information to the media, but he has a history of escaping prosecution for perjury.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said that the Department of Justice's report on Andrew McCabe reveals the former deputy FBI director's "scheming," and it is extremely troubling.
The Department of Justice is still in "cover-up mode" on former Attorney General Loretta Lynch's infamous tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton, according to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said Friday that he believes the reputation of the FBI and DOJ will be restored as a result of the investigation into potential FISA abuses by both agencies.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions reacted to the infrequent but noteworthy Twitter criticisms he receives from his boss, President Donald Trump.