"Help me get my message out," the incumbent Republican from South Carolina said.
Sanders predicted "liberal mob chaos" after Election Day—with Trump being the only person able to "defeat" Democratic protesters.
Harrison raised $57 million from July through September, the highest quarterly fundraising for a Senate candidate in U.S. history.
During the first presidential debate, Trump said far-right white supremacist groups should "stand back and stand by."
"Mostly, I'm looking for somebody that can interpret the Constitution as written," the president said.
"I don't know if she said that or that was written out by Adam Schiff and Schumer and Pelosi, I'd be more inclined to the second you don't know, it came out of the wind, it sounds so beautiful. But that sounds like a Schumer deal or maybe Pelosi or shifty Schiff," the president said Monday.
"I would say about 20 percent isn't—we don't have the enemy of the people all over, fortunately," the president said.
"Stop the nonsense. These are killers, and these are people who hate white people, they are people who hate white men in particular, and they want to do away with a mother-father family," Giuliani said.
Jerome Adams told viewers that the government is "not trying to take away your freedoms."
"I've known Andrew for a long time," the president said during an interview with Fox News.
TV host Dr. Mehmet Oz touted a clinically unproven drug combination as a potential "treatment" for the coronavirus Monday on Fox & Friends—and less than an hour later the U.S. Surgeon General appeared to warn viewers against seeking dubious remedies.
"In my mind, Mayor Bloomberg is an elitist who looks down on almost everyone," Charles Payne said.
"You want to talk about liberal heads exploding everywhere, think of all this amalgamation of things in this pot," Dan Bongino said.
"I mean, that is unbelievable for him to bring religion into this," Brian Kilmeade said." ... To me, it has nothing to do with faith."
Martha McSally argued that a vote to remove Trump would be an effort to "decapitate" the government ahead of the 2020 election.
"I mean the Giants are—people call them the New York Giants, but they're in New Jersey," Steve Doocy said.
"I think Susan Collins probably got in more of a jam than anybody else," conservative radio host Howie Carr told 'Fox & Friends.'
"I don't like the idea of people making John Bolton out to be a liar," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said.
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade said no witnesses would have been called and the process would have promptly moved past that without this development.
Republicans for the Rule of Law are expected to air a television advertisement questioning the selection of Judge Ken Starr for President Donald Trump's legal defense team during his impeachment trial, calling his appointment to the team "puzzling."
"There were people shaking my hand," said Antonia Okafor Cover of the Gun Owners of America. "I mean, they even let me speak, for goodness' sake."
'Fox & Friends' co-host Brian Kilmeade blamed the news media for the disapproval of President Donald Trump's actions in Iran.
During an appearance on 'Fox & Friends,' Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy accused Democrats and Schiff of "playing politics" with Iran instead of celebrating the action Trump took last Friday when he ordered the drone attack on Soleimani.
The Fox & Friends co-hosts weren't confident there would be a bipartisan presidential ticket, though.
Brad Blakeman also said he did not think Trump would even be officially impeached until Nancy Pelosi sends the impeachment charges to the Senate.
"They think they are more moral and smarter than the rest of us," Jerry Falwell, the president of Liberty University, complained to Fox & Friends.
"There is a legal basis for impeachment because it's really a political judgment on the part of the members of the Congress," Andrew Napolitano said.
"It would be a horror show for him," Trump told Fox News in 2014.
Brian Kilmeade was shocked to see that the poll found that so much of the country favored impeachment, but also reported a slight increase in the president's approval rating.
"[Kaepernick] knew what he was getting into when he decided to kneel and now, he's going to go ahead and capitalize on this by essentially extorting the black community," former NFL player and current congressional candidate Jeremy Staat told 'Fox & Friends.'