Schultz was taking part in a book tour at a Barnes & Noble attempting to explain why he intends to run as an independent when he was bluntly interrupted.
"He has got to make some tough decisions, and he is not an absolute monarch," said "Fox & Friends" host Brian Kilmeade.
A lawyer representing the fired undocumented workers said he wasn't "buying" that the Trump Organization was not previously aware of the employees' immigration status.
Several Democrats said Trump should be impeached if the Buzzfeed report proves to be true.
Conservatives' bid to discredit the newly sworn-in congresswoman appeared to backfire on social media.
"#unapologeticallyMe," the newly sworn-in Democratic congresswoman wrote on Twitter on Friday.
"Wow. Too busy with 'Fox & Friends?'" Democratic Senator Sheldon Whitehouse quipped while referencing a report that Trump has not contacted Nancy Pelosi since the shutdown began.
Donald Trump Jr. faces legal peril "on a couple of bases," Elie Honig said on CNN Friday.
Trump abruptly announced on Sunday that Mattis's exit as defense secretary was being brought forward by two months.
"I'm going to start out with a grievance against the entire foreign policy establishment of Washington DC," Rand Paul began his annual airing of grievances on Twitter.
French prosecutors have opened a terrorism investigation.
"I believe that the president and Rudy [Giuliani] mock the government at their peril," Andrew Napolitano, Fox News's chief judicial analyst, said Monday.
Prosecutors in New York have reportedly studied the statute of limitations in the case of campaign finance violations.
"Totally clears the President. Thank you!" Trump tweeted, falsely.
"Where are the federal cases against any of these people?" Hannity said, referencing a long list of Democrats and Trump haters.
"Thousand Points of Light. I never quite got that one. What the hell is that?" Trump said at a rally in July.
Twitter was immediately set ablaze with theories as to how the president's personal lawyer came to tweet the apparent gibberish.