Ben Sasse was responding to the president's latest attack on the Department of Justice.
The president has openly attacked the attorney general.
President Donald Trump has hit out at U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his decision to recuse himself from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the...
"You want to know what indecency and incivility sound like? People laughing and applauding at the 'joke' about forcibly separating parents from their children," Chelsea Clinton said.
A number of White House and administration officials have called it a policy already on the books, but the president continues to blame Democrats for what's happening on the border.
The United Methodist Church is the latest denomination to slam Attorney General Jeff Sessions on his "zero tolerance" policy that causes families to be separated at the border.
Giuliani warned that Sessions and Rosenstein had one last chance on Friday to "redeem themselves."
The White House press secretary claimed Thursday that the Trump administration was enforcing existing immigration law.
Jeff Sessions told church leaders on Thursday that immigrant children being separated from their parents at the border were well cared for, at taxpayers' expense.
Attorney Joel McElvain submitted his resignation after Attorney General Jeff Sessions told Congress the Department of Justice wouldn't defend the Affordable Care Act.
Donald Trump said he would "probably end up supporting" new legislation that eases up on marijuana laws, in another blow to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
This one takes aim at the Trump administration's practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the U.S. border.
The president would prefer to watch his favorite news network rather than hear about the attorney general.
Thousands of people in at least 30 different cities in the U.S. and beyond are expected on Friday to protest the Trump administration's “zero tolerance” policy on families caught entering the U.S....
The Department of Health and Human Services reportedly has as many as 10,852 undocumented children in its custody.
The Trump administration is reportedly moving forward with plans to separate children from their parents at the border, though officials maintain "no decisions have been made at this time."
"You need to do your job," Fox News host said to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.