The president spoke out after facing criticism over his comments on Warmbier.
Cindy and Meghan McCain responded to the comments.
The president may have been referring to a round of Fox News polls that suggested a "Republican trend in the fight for the U.S. Senate."
The president's son lashed out at his critics on Twitter.
The president had earlier used the word "loco" to refer to the press.
The Texas Senate candidate said he knew the comments were disrespectful.
"F.B.I. agents are experts at interviewing people and quickly dispatching leads to their colleagues around the world," Comey said.
The White House press secretary said it was better for the media to speak directly with the president.
The businessman also said Trump would be targeted if the Democrats took control of the House.
The president slammed the senator over the letter from Ford.
The results were split along party lines.
The Fox News host spoke out about the allegations.
Kavanaugh accuser's lawyer made the comment after Trump described him as a low-life yet again.
Michael Avenatti said he had verified the claim.
The Republican and his wife left the Italian restaurant after a crowd entered and began chanting.
The couple appeared together to discuss the allegations.
The Republican said Christine Blasey Ford should be heard but that her testimony would not likely change his mind about Brett Kavanaugh.
The Truth and Courage, or TNC, society has since disbanded.
The Republican questioned how such an investigation would be carried out.
The former White House press secretary also said it was easy to see the media bias against President Trump.
The panel of GOP women suggested they would back Kavanaugh regardless of whether the claims were true.
The White House counselor pushed back on claims Christina Blasey Ford had been treated in a bullying manner.