Tennessee Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen grilled Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker Friday over the Mueller probe and the lease of Washington, D.C.'s "Old Post Office" building for the Trump International Hotel.
Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz blasted the FBI raid on the home of his fellow Floridian Roger Stone.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday on "Hannity" that though he has defended Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the past, the raid on Roger Stone's home was indefensible.
Former Nixon adviser Roger Stone struck the two-peace-sign salute made famous by his former boss as he forcefully maintained his innocence Friday, leaving the courthouse in Broward County, Fla.
"Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin said on "Hannity" that the Buzzfeed report disputed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller was the latest example of "yellow journalism" by a media outlet trying to take down the president.
Tucker Carlson debated former Clinton adviser Richard Goodstein Monday night on the Democratic Party's and official Washington's concentration on Russia and accusations that President Trump is in cahoots with its leader, Vladimir Putin.
Embattled FBI agent Peter Strzok clashed with Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) at a House hearing, where GOP lawmakers grilled Strzok on his alleged bias against President Trump.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) questioned why the FBI raided the office of President Trump's attorney on Monday, saying that the action was a "great overstep" in Robert Mueller's original Russia investigation.
Mark Levin said Thursday that President Trump should not agree to be interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer said the American people deserve to know if anyone on the Trump campaign worked with Russians to disseminate stolen emails.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Tuesday that President Trump's attacks on Robert Mueller are a "bad strategy," and that Trump's Twitter comments on the special counsel are "drowning" more positive trends happening in the country.
Law Professor Jonathan Turley said a breaking New York Times report that President Trump has discussed Mueller probe matters with witnesses called to speak with the special counsel is "problematic."