Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy pointed out on Sunday that a "rat" is "mobster lingo" for a "witness who tells prosecutors real incriminating information."
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) attempted to downplay evidence of Trump's involvement in the illegal hush money payments.
Tim O'Brien slammed Rudy Giuliani for distracting people from the "larger halo of illegality hanging over" Trump and his team.
“Shame on Republicans who don’t speak up at this moment — for the FBI, the rule of law, and the truth,” Comey said.
“Border Patrol agents took every possible step to save the child’s life," Customs and Border Protection spokesperson Andrew Meehan said.
A kid at the Children's Hospital Colorado taught the former FLOTUS how to bust a Fortnite move — and she nailed it.
Chris Wallace called out Trump's suggestion that Michael Flynn didn't lie during his interview with Harris Faulkner.
Anna Lushchinskaya, 40, was arrested after she attacked passengers on the New York Subway on Tuesday.
During the Thursday interview, the host and anchor raised the latest Fox News polls which showed the president’s approval rating at 46 percent.
Fox News also claimed four of the five top program slots with "Hannity," "Tucker Carlson Tonight," "The Ingraham Angle," and "The Five."
Lord Alan Sugar and Trump have a history of trading blows.
“I want whatever he’s taken, that’s some kind of Zen,” MSNBC's "Deadline: White House" host Nicolle Wallace joked.
The White House press secretary defended Trump's insults to women during a recent "Women Rule" event.
“It is not clear how Trump could have appeared any more irrational and unhinged,” Jennifer Rubin said.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai rebutted Republican’s allegations of conservative bias.
"Me winning a primary at 28 to immediately be treated with suspicion & scrutinized, down to my clothing, of being a fraud," Ocasio-Cortez said.
GOP Senators are dismissing Trump's suspected campaign finance crimes.
Fox News host Lisa Kennedy slammed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's use of social media on "Outnumbered."
"John Kelly will be leaving, I don't know if I can say retiring but great guy," Trump told reporters.
“The Barack Obama team was guilty of the exact same thing and was given a civil fine," said conservative commentator Dan Bongino.
“The Trump Administration has accomplished more than any other U.S. Administration in its first two (not even) years of existence," Donald Trump tweeted.
The suspect called the woman a "d*ke" after he saw another woman kiss her cheek.
“Even the Fox News viewers will be seeing with their own eyes it is not all fake news," Dana Milbank said.
"'Squire Sebastian Senator' is only his first name," the woman wrote. "He will not be allowed to have a nickname, he is to be called by his full and complete name."
Nick Ayers confirmed he will be departing the White House at the end of the year.
“Dear @POTUS, 663 days later still praying that you come to understand the present & future impact of your policy actions (or in action with #climatechange)," Sister Susan Francois tweeted.
Although a sitting president cannot be indicted, according to Justice Department guidance, McCarthy notes that Trump could be forced for face the charges after his term is up.