A Tennessee Democratic congressman and frequent Trump critic said Monday that he believes Donald Trump Jr. and presidential adviser Jared Kushner will be indicted in Robert Mueller's special counsel probe.
West Virginia Congressional candidate Don Blankenship joined Neil Cavuto to discuss his plan to land on the November U.S. Senate ballot despite coming in third in the Republican primary.
Tucker Carlson said Wall Street Journal reporter Kimberley Strassel published a story raising the possibility that a federal government "mole" was planted in the Trump presidential campaign in 2016.
Donald Trump Jr. blasted the Democratic candidate in Pennsylvania's special congressional election while stumping for State Rep. Rick Saccone.
President Trump's eldest son responded to accusations of "treasonous" behavior by Breitbart News executive Steve Bannon, a former White House adviser.
Jimmy Kimmel and Donald Trump Jr. took jabs at each other on Twitter after Kimmel responded to the president's criticism of late night comics.
Jonathan Turley reminded viewers that "collusion" as it is now being defined is not a criminal act.
Greg Gutfeld reminded that Democrats were not afraid of the USSR back when it was much more dangerous.
Former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino called proposals to impeach President Trump "literally insane."
Counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway said she did not have to look very hard during campaign season to find dirt on Hillary Clinton.
Rachel Campos-Duffy blasted Democrats on the newly resurfaced Russia collusion accusations.
Michelle Malkin said that Russian President Vladimir Putin would have benefited much more from a Hillary Clinton presidency than from the current administration.