"Her people who kept her away from this show should have been fired," Joy Behar told The New York Times.
Clinton responded to one user who asked her to abort her pregnancy and "take one for the Gipper."
"I wanted to see Hillary Clinton win," Stern said. "If she had come on the show — the way I helped Donald was I let him come on and be a personality."
"In leaving Barr—who lacks the independence that the special counsel role was designed to preserve—to render judgment on the evidence and the law, Mueller abdicated his duty," attorney David Kendall argued.
Clinton hypothetically questioned why China shouldn't find Trump's tax returns, mirroring the president's appeal to Russia to find Clinton's deleted emails.
Hillary Clinton claimed an "instrumental" part in the Northern Ireland peace process, but a new book by Trina Vargo alleges she exaggerated and later used her power to take revenge.
"Impeachment is hell" for the public to go through, said the special prosecutor who investigated Bill Clinton.
Griffin reposted an old tweet from Cohen, in which he predicted Hillary Clinton would go to prison.
Two employees had administrative access to the Facebook page, but both denied posting anti-Donald Trump meme.
Former President George H.W. Bush's state funeral on Wednesday saw the awkward reunion of the Trumps, Obamas and Clintons.
"Where are the federal cases against any of these people?" Hannity said, referencing a long list of Democrats and Trump haters.
"Your success now is our country's success. I am rooting hard for you," George H.W. Bush wrote to incoming President Bill Clinton.
It's not clear if the president was aware he was retweeting a parody Pence.
The Georgia gubernatorial race between Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp remains uncalled more than a week after the midterm elections.
"I think, at this point, everybody's qualified and everybody should run," said the former first lady.
Could 2020 be a rerun of 2016?
"He was elected to be president of the United States, not a mental patient," a former Clinton press secretary said.
The president has used campaign rallies to "constantly stir up hatred against CNN, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama," Scarborough tweeted.
Democrats' "extremism and obstruction have hijacked the Senate's productivity for long enough," the email said.
Explosive devices were sent to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and the offices of CNN.
Some of President Donald Trump's far-right conspiracy theorist supporters immediately ridiculed reports of bombs at homes of the Obamas, Clintons and George Soros as "false flag" operations by the Democratic Party.
"Well, you know, there's a double-occupancy cell with Hillary Clinton."
The White House press secretary retweeted an article about rumors of a Hillary Clinton 2020 presidential run, writing "Christmas coming early this year?"