The GOP senator said Nancy Pelosi "gave in" to Mitch McConnell, and that the "dangerous" Senate impeachment trial will end in days, not weeks.
Pence told Fox News that he was "not only confident" that he'd be on the 2020 ticket, but that he was also "confident that we're going to win in 2020."
Jeanine Pirro claimed Gordon Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union who testified during the impeachment hearings, is a "deep state bureaucrat."
"For a judge, you should know better," Juan Williams responded loudly, as Jeanine Pirro continued to shout over him: "I know a lot more!"
"It's frustrating for Americans to watch this," Jeanine Pirro complained.
"It can't happen in politics on any side of the aisle," the president's son said, despite widespread concerns about his own family's business interests around the world.
"The radicals have been resisting and salivating at the chance to get revenge for their 2016 loss," the controversial conservative commentator claimed.
Huckabee Sanders said Comey should feel "lucky he's not already in prison" and she has "total confidence" in AG William Barr to bring charges against the former FBI director.
"You know I'm worried that that suspension was the basis to tee up for anything I do wrong, they'll fire me," Pirro said.
"Their plan and their plot to remake America is to bring in the illegals," Pirro said, "change the way the voting occurs in this country, give them licenses, they get to vote maybe once, maybe twice, maybe three times."
"They're so angry that the Democrats didn't win," Jeanine Pirro said during an interview with Fox & Friends.
"This [mass shootings] is starting to be, unfortunately, a uniquely American situation," Pirro admonished Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz.
President Trump tweeted a quote by Fox News host Jeanine Pirro calling Mueller part of the "Deep State."
Pirro's Saturday comments also raise the specter of whether Fox News will once again distance itself from its pundit's more extreme leanings.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro reveled in the "savage" infighting among Democratic 2020 presidential candidates and mocked former Vice President Joe Biden for touting his friendship with someone she claims doesn't like him -- Barack Obama.
"The Devil never offered me anything, but now it's the Democrats dancing with him in their evil plot to subvert democracy and take down a president they simply hate."
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"Congress would rather sit on their hands and give themselves a pay raise. I have an idea, fire the whole lot of them," Jeanine Pirro said.
"Mueller, I'd imagine, at the behest of the left gives them what they need to jumpstart the calls for impeachment," Jeanine Pirro said. "You either indict or you don't… every prosecutor knows if you don't indict someone, you stop there."
"If someone appointed me a private investigator and said 'well, you've got to come to two conclusions' and I investigate and I come to one, but I say 'gee, I can't figure out the second one' and they pay me $35 million, I think I have to probably give them about $17 million back."
"Nancy, you already got the truth and Nancy, you can't handle the truth. So just knock it the hell off," the former judge said.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro used her Saturday evening show to rail against the "Deep State" and what she claims is a massive federal government conspiracy against President Donald Trump.
Jeanine Pirro's latest show took her rhetoric against Democrats to a new level, telling Fox News viewers Saturday night they "hate" President Donald Trump and "hijacked' the House of Representatives.
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) continues to demand Fox News host Jeanine Pirro submit a mandatory campaign finance report for her aborted 2006 Senate bid against Hillary Clinton.
"There has to be accountability! There has to be a consequence!" said Pirro.
The Fox News show Justice With Jeanine Pirro was pulled from programming Saturday evening, one week after Pirro's controversial comments about Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar.
The New York freshman congresswoman responded to network's reactions to controversial comments made by its stars.
"They won't apologize. Stop asking," Cuomo said. "[Carlson and Pirro] want to press the divide. They want to attack what most want to protect."