Meghan McCain has shared her unfiltered thoughts on a number of guests during her time on "The View."
Former White House Counsel Don McGahn testified to the House Judiciary Committee last week that there was "never really a good beginning, middle, and end" to conversations with former President Donald Trump.
The former FBI director said the U.S. should not allow Trump to be "center stage" in American political life.
"The Republican Party has to be burned to the ground, in some form or fashion," the former FBI director said in an interview posted Thursday.
"There's a menace to him in private that you don't pick up in public," he said.
"I'm hoping he will have been stripped of the perks of a former president by being convicted by the U.S. Senate and barred from further participation in public office," Comey said.
James Comey, the former FBI director fired by President Donald Trump in 2017, said the U.S. needs to "focus on things that are going to matter."
The former FBI director said Tuesday it would "be better for this country if we move past a fallen and corrupt president."
The president-elect has not announced an AG pick, but they are set to inherit the role amid a politically charged landscape which will pose a stern test in keeping investigations above interference.
The president is far behind his Democratic rival in polling and even an October surprise like the one former FBI Director James Comey gave Hillary Clinton in 2016 might not be enough to help him.
Daniels said the difference between Comey and Trump is "honesty, decency, and a respect for the rule of law," in an interview with MSNBC.
"The Comey Rule" Episode 2 features a cringe-inducing dinner between James Comey and President Donald Trump that seems totally unbelievable—but might be true.
"The Comey Rule" Episode 2 details the events that led to President Donald Trump firing FBI director James Comey—but both of them tell a very different story of events.
Gleeson and Jeff Daniels lead a stacked cast in a Showtime dramatization of James Comey's 2018 memoir, "A Higher Loyalty."
"The Comey Rule" is airing over the next two nights on Showtime, with some major actors playing James Comey, Donald Trump and other major players in the White House and FBI in 2016.
"Mr. Chairman, let her answer the question. Just because it's a woman testifying doesn't mean she has to be cut off every answer," Senator Patrick Leahy told Graham.
"The Comey Rule" is coming this fall to Showtime, as revealed in a trailer that gave us our first glimpse of Brendan Gleeson playing Donald Trump in the lead-up to the 2016 election.
The political drama miniseries was originally set to air after the 2020 election. Now, it will premiere in September.
Ambassador Susan Rice wrote in the email that President Obama had emphasized that everything should be done "by the book."
You can binge-watch these comedies all at once or stretch it out till fall.
The miscarriage of justice with Michael Flynn ought to be a reckoning point for a decent society.
President Trump has turned the Justice Department into a cesspool of cronyism.
DOJ drops charges against Michael Flynn.
"It was meant to be a lighthearted joke - not a rejection," a Biden spokesman later said, clarifying that his remarks weren't meant to be taken seriously. "We appreciate the vote of anyone repelled by Donald Trump."
Former FBI Director James Comey replied to a Thursday tweet about him from President Donald Trump with an animated GIF of singer Mariah Carey asking "Why are you so obsessed with me?"
The two writers known as James S.A. Corey, authors of 'The Expanse,' have seen a director's cut of an upcoming, Season 5 episode and have declared Naomi Nagata "the biggest badass in space."
"Had I not fired James Comey—who was a disaster, by the way—it's possible I wouldn't even be standing here right now," the president told members of his administration and Republican lawmakers gathered at the White House about his former FBI director.
Comey held a precarious position in 2016 as the FBI's director when the agency was pursuing some of the most politically-sensitive investigations in recent history.
Former FBI director James Comey said President Donald Trump was a "shrunken, withered figure" in an opinion piece published Monday by The Washington Post.