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?"
"Don't get me wrong: I think every claim of abuse deserves to be vetted. But let's start in chronological order," Broaddrick said following accusations against Brett Kavanaugh.
"People that are on Mueller's team who are there crying, they were crying," Trump said of Hillary Clinton's loss on election night.
"It's urgent that we act to curb climate change—and Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court could make progress virtually impossible."
"So rather than Donald Trump being under the microscope, it should be Hillary Clinton, it should be Barack Obama."
President Donald Trump has rolled back a series of Obama-era regulations.
"Even now, speaking to you, I am afraid to say anything positive about the American president," Russia's envoy to the U.S. told reporters in Moscow.
In July 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump called on Russian operatives to hack his opponent Hillary Clinton's emails—the latest indictment from the Russian investigation shows they did.
President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have continued to attack each other long after the 2016 election.
"Clearly never too early to speculate," host Pete Hegseth said during the segment. "Which we're doing this morning."
Unlike Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton has said she would never hold an official position in her parents' administration
More men, 55 percent, than women, 50 percent, think of Clinton as a sexual predator, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll.
"None of us ever considered that."
A blunder by a White House communications aide revealed that they have been emailing members of former administrations in the hopes that they will amplify some of the president's foreign policy issues.
"We see no reason to dispute the conclusions," Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr stated.