In the show, McCord will turn to the former secretaries of state to ask their advice on how to respond to a delicate situation.
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.”
Clinton did not mince words when asked about Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” border policy in a recent interview.
"When you elect presidents, this is what happens,” Scarborough said about Trump picking a nominee to replace Justice Kennedy.
Unlike Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton has said she would never hold an official position in her parents' administration
"This report is vital in shedding light for future leaders on the nature and quality of our investigation and the decisions we made.”
“I think Donald Trump promised Melania that he would not win, [that] she didn’t have to worry about ever living in the White House,” Boehner said.
"It's 2018. Emily Post would def not approve," Lewinsky tweeted.
The former Democratic presidential candidate met with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern before giving a talk at a sold-out event with a minimum ticket price of $130.
The former FBI director said Clinton's "respect for institutions" suggested she would not have fired him as Trump did.
Hillary Clinton has written a letter to the Federal Election Commission asking commissioners to allow Liuba Grechen Shirley, a first-time female candidate running in New York, to use campaign funds for child care.
Representative Claudia Tenney was one of 11 Republicans to sign a petition calling on Hillary Clinton, James Comey and others to be investigated.
Melania Trump tweeted a video of her preparations for the state dinner that appeared to feature the gold-trimmed Clinton china.
Blaming a letter rather than her supercilious nature, malleable positions, or terrible campaign strategy continues to feed the perception that the election process was somehow compromised.
The former FBI director said sending the letter had been the right thing to do.
Recent data show that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi featured in about 7,000 Republican ads, while Hillary Clinton beat out Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for more mentions.