"Bob Mueller doesn't feel, to me, like he is almost done. I don't think he is ending on Roger Stone, but might be," Christie said on "Fox & Friends."
The escort was deported from Thailand on January 17 and detained in Moscow on her way home.
Democrats have long been concerned that Trump may try to fire Mueller, and judiciary committee members were dissatisfied with many of William Barr's answers regarding the Mueller report.
The actress thanked the special counsel and everyone working to "ensure we have sovereignty for the United States of America."
"I greatly appreciate the seriousness with which the special counsel takes lying to Congress," Representative Adam Schiff said.
"We are witnessing the biggest abuse of power, scandal, in modern American history, it's playing out right before your eyes," Hannity claimed of the baseless CNN conspiracy.
"That wasn't a question, I was saying that to the president. Pardon me!" Martin's Stone appealed.
Despite Trump and his campaign team's repeated denials of having communicated with Russians, the report suggests Trump himself had at least six contacts before the Republican National Convention in July 2016.
"I know that I am innocent," Roger Stone said of the charges laid against him in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
"The Roger Stone indictment presents a seachange for Donald Trump," Max Bergmann of the Moscow Project told Newsweek.
"There is no circumstance whatsoever under which I will bear false witness against the president," said Stone. So why does he keep invoking Nixon?
"You are a rat," former Trump adviser Roger Stone told radio personality Randy Credico, an intermediary between Stone and WikiLeaks, according to the special counsel's indictment.
"Another false statement case? God almighty," the president's lead lawyer said in response to the arrest of longtime Trump associate Roger Stone.
The special counsel's probe could hit the very top of the Trump campaign, said former CIA Director John Brennan.
"He [Trump] acts like he has an ulterior motive that is not apparent," former CIA Director John Brennan said in an interview with MSNBC.
The president's lawyer gave bizarre answers while discussing the recent BuzzFeed report alleging that the president directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.
"You can't negotiate with someone who doesn't know anything, who changes his mind constantly, and who lives in fear of Ann Coulter's Twitter account," Meyers said.
The president's son said the media "have shot themselves in the foot time and time again" with questionable reporting.
"The same sources that we used in that story are standing behind it, as are we," news reporter Anthony Cormier said.