The Fox News host told a Republican congressman he was "confused" about why the U.S. is not supporting Russia.
President Donald Trump once again singled out the few dissenting members of the Republican Party who criticized him publicly.
Former FBI Director James Comey conceded he was "overconfident" in his defense of the FBI's use of the FISA court to investigate members of the Trump campaign for Russian interference in the 2016 election.
"He stated that if anything he was 'favorably disposed' toward the Trump family before he began his research because he had visited a Trump family member at Trump Tower and 'been friendly' with [the family member] for some years," the report said of Christopher Steele.
Lindsey Graham said Democrats accepted "foreign influence" when they paid for the Christopher Steele dossier
Trump blasted: "Leakin' James Comey must have set a record for who lied the most to Congress in one day."
"At a time when governance is so distorted and one-sided, as I believe it currently is in the United States, the media has a key role to play in holding it accountable," Christopher Steele said.
The former British intelligence officer may have shown another memo to the special counsel's team.
The president is angry Senator Mark Warner tried to meet the Russia dossier creator—but so did Devin Nunes.
The hashtag "#ReleaseTheMemo" exploded on Twitter last Thursday.
In a 165-page transcript of testimony, Simpson discusses Trump's shadowy business dealings.
Some of the document's seemingly wild claims have held up to a year's worth of scrutiny, even as many more parts remain disputed or have no evidence of being true.
In testimony released Tuesday, Glenn Simpson spoke about dossier author Christopher Steele.
Political research firm calls for Congress to release their testimony in Russia investigation.
Former colleagues of the British spy who compiled the controversial dossier have backed his work.
The dossier contained claims that the owners of the Alfa Bank were involved in the alleged Russian attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election.
The "dirty dossier" alleges that Page met with Kremlin insiders to discuss lifting sanctions on Russia.