White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney acknowledged Russia did try to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, but he said blame should be placed with the Obama administration for allowing it to happen.
"Her people who kept her away from this show should have been fired," Joy Behar told The New York Times.
President Donald Trump has claimed he was given no such warning.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said that while President Trump did nothing wrong in regards to 2016 election interference, he still believes the Russian meddling "is a big deal" worthy of increased sanctions.
"We've come to the conclusion that talk is cheap," Representative Dan Kildee told Newsweek.
Several Fox News programs are justifying Senator Bernie Sanders' controversial Monday night town hall appearance, explaining that hundreds of thousands of his "anti-establishment" supporters switched to Donald Trump in 2016.
Donald Trump's 2020 presidential campaign is planning "historic" fundraising of one billion dollars, nearly three times what the Republican candidate spent to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said that U.S. "internal political games, of course, concern our country."
Deutsche Bank officials were reportedly worried that Trump defaulting as president would make seizing his assets a more complicated task.
"Was it too male? Yes. Was it too white? Yes."
A new report found that the Russia influence campaign aimed to stop African-American voters and supporters of Bernie Sanders from voting.
Hania Noelia Aguilar, 13, was kidnapped on November 5 from outside of her home. Her body was found on November 27.
Ukraine's former ruling party made Illegal cash payments worth millions of dollars to President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort, a Kiev court determined on Wednesday.
When asked about 2020, Jane O'Meara Sanders said, "Who can beat Donald Trump? That has to be the primary goal. To win. We think you win by a very strong progressive commitment."
The Wagner family reportedly had a close relationship with the Rhoden family.
Comedians Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart warned Americans against giving President Donald Trump "too much credit" defining the country, saying racial and class divisions existed well before any 2016 Russian election meddling.
"Are Democrats still lulling themselves into believing that they will win simply because Trump is abhorrent and history is on their side? That was not enough in 2016," Mika Brzezinski said.
More than 80 percent of accounts that repeatedly spread misinformation during the 2016 election campaign are still active today, the study found.
Trump provided no evidence for his claim.
President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have continued to attack each other long after the 2016 election.
The 44th president questioned his legacy after Donald Trump's stunning win.
So began the attorney's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
Edward Lozansky has been hosting the World Russia Forum and running Russia House for decades.
Newsweek had previously reported that he planned to write a newspaper op-ed.