Impeachment proceedings, which began early last week, seek to find out whether President Donald Trump used his power in office to recruit help from foreign leaders in his reelection bid. Lahren thinks California leadership is spending too much time on the investigation.
On Friday's episode of "Varney and Co." on Fox Business, Tomi Lahren invoked the Second Amendment as a possible response to "open borders."
"While our problems get worse by the day, our current representative [Ted Lieu] is busy writing his next tweet," Fricke said in a campaign video.
"I am shocked, shocked to find out that Tomi Lahren's Athleisure line for women who don't hate America is... Made In China," Robyn Pennachhia tweeted.
"Maybe more thought and less FOX especially Tomi are exactly what we need in this country," Twitter user @proudfeminist47 wrote.
"It was the wrong choice of words," Lahren tweeted. She has previously made accusations about Harris and her old relationship with Willie Brown.
"The one where Tomi calls every single person with children who escaped the Holocaust 'a sh--ty parent,'" Maura Quint tweeted.
"Quite frankly, this boggles my mind," Tomi Lahren said. She argued that it's "a really sad day if it's in fact the truth."
"You can be proud of about anything days, so long as it's not straight, white, male, or God forbid, conservative," Lahren said.
The advertisement, seemingly part of the company's #MyBestSelf campaign, bears the caption, "Whenever, wherever, however it happens – your first shave is special."
Tomi Lahren is among just a handful of conservative mainstays who have criticized Alabama's near-outright ban on abortion.
Lahren shocked some of her conservative fans when she publicly announced she was pro-choice on "The View" two years ago.
"There is a growing movement in this country with socialist-leaning undertones, that wealth should be demonized," Lahren said.
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren claimed Senator Kamala Harris, a 2020 hopeful, used her relationship with former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown to advance her career.
Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren argued that President Donald Trump must stand his ground on the construction of the border wall, but the majority of Americans think otherwise.
The comedian made it clear she wasn't happy with the network.
Lahren ridiculed millennial feminists for seeking "special treatment" rather than equal treatment and said today's feminists "hijacked" the women's empowerment movement.
"I've seen it in my personal life get worse in the last couple of weeks," Lahren said.
The Fox News contributor ridiculed "race-baiting" liberals for igniting a "war on border patrol agents" following her visit to the U.S.-Mexico border last week.
"Many of us have denounced what she said—which has nothing to do with our party, our movement, or our true beliefs," Lahren said of Barr's tweet.
Some high-profile conservatives are pushing back against Kanye West, aka "Yeezus," who they say is yet another self-serving entertainer poking his head into politics for album publicity.
Pundit suggested Legend and other celebrities were encouraging people to dislike cops.
Tomi Lahren has given her unique take on the Tide Pod Challenge.