Tucker Carlson highlighted Wednesday how some on the left seem to be rethinking their position on immigration after the political fallout in Germany.
Sean Hannity reacted to President Trump's trip to Brussels, Belgium to take part in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit there.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Robert "Woody" Johnson IV said President Trump put America's international relations and Europe's own security "in perspective" with his tough talk at the NATO summit.
Fox News contributor Nigel Farage said German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ruined her political career and legacy with lax immigration and border security policies.
Senate Armed Services Committee Member Lindsey Graham said President Trump is laying the groundwork for decimating Russia's remaining prowess on the world stage.
Geraldo Rivera blasted U.S. spies mentioned in a New York Times report, who allegedly made a secret trip to a German hotel room to deliver $100,000 in cash for stolen American security secrets and damaging information about President Donald Trump.
A top Democrat compared President Donald Trump's time in the White House to the early days of the Nazi era in Germany, in an interview with CNN.
Tucker Carlson debated LaDawn Jones, who agreed with BLM founder Patrisse Cullors in comparing President Trump to German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
Retired NYPD cop John Rafferty, said NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio is "emboldening criminals" by not supporting the police force.
Eric Bolling called NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio a "despicable, self-dealing clown" who is addressing far-left anti-Trump radicals in Germany Friday only "to feed your need for cameras and microphones."
In his Common Sense monologue, Neil Cavuto blasted the "grumbling European phonies" at NATO who are upset with President Trump.
Filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza said German Chancellor Angela Merkel's comments that were critical of the United States are actually a good thing.