"I don't care who comes," Trey Gowdy said. "The only thing I'd ask [is] if you show up, show up with an open mind and closed lips."
ICE Director Tom Homan ripped into critics of the president's "animals" remark that he used to describe MS-13
Former FBI Director James Comey slammed President Donald J. Trump and the Republican Party for doing "lasting damage" to the United States with their attacks on the FBI.
Maybe the Democrats are running out of ideas, The Five observed.
"That's all their goal is: to get people to give them dirt about the President of the United States."
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in on the possible legal fallout after the business partner of President Trump’s personal lawyer agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.
NFL teams will now be fined if their players kneel for the national anthem on the field.
Lisa Boothe said on Outnumbered Fox News it's "disgraceful" that this ever became necessary.
"There's something wrong with us if we can't call such people animals." - Dennis Prager
Tucker Carlson Tonight: If Democrats believe President Trump should be impeached why won't they come out and say it?
"They're all lying. ... What they're doing instead is subverting entire federal agencies to do their bidding."
Mark Levin said a new "special status" given to several of Mueller's prosecutors in the arm of the probe involving former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort may be key to invalidating the entire investigation.
"It's really disheartening. But again, I'm tough, I can handle it."
Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren was harassed by patrons at a Minneapolis restaurant over the weekend, including having a drink thrown on her.
A sheriff in Florida is wasting no time taking action in response to last week's shooting at a high school in Texas.
"The bottom line is [that] a lot of this has happened under the guise of non-transparency," Katie Pavlich said.
"The government blew up the coal mine," Don Blankenship said.
"What's your next question, please?"
With South Korean President Moon Jae-in next to him, President Donald J. Trump dismissed a question asked to him about Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.