If people are going to be talking about their deep regrets and who they want to throw shade at, and their strange sexual encounters on television, I prefer it to be the Kardashians. The Clintons are the boomer version of that.
I think it's the fact that they're losing. Donald Trump has reshaped the federal judiciary, it's one of the enduring legacies of his presidency. Chuck Schumer lost on Merrick Garland, he lost when he tried to block Gorsuch and they lost in spectacular fashion when they tried to ruin the life of Justice Kavanaugh.
President Trump has built teams to solve problems his entire life. Now, with the establishment of the best scientists in the world to analyze our way to blunt the virus, I think America will be in a better position.
ABC told me to show up and that I would be surrounded by women. I thought I was auditioning for The Bachelor. You can imagine my surprise when I found myself on the set of the The View.
Congressman Gaetz joins the View on ABC to discuss President Trump's reelection and the grim future of the Democratic Party.
I believe, based on the testimony from Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, that the insurance policy created in Andy McCabe's office was precisely that effort to delegitimize the president both before and after his election.
I think there's still probably a little swamp left to be drained at the Department of Justice.
We saw a triumphant, forward-looking State of the Union. President Trump laid out a vision for America that embraced the blue collar boom that we are seeing.
Tim Morrison, who was a senior official to LT. Col. Vindman at the NSC said that Vindman frequently used poor judgment, and he often couldn’t trust his conclusions that he came to. That information was ripened to a higher degree because of impeachment.
Congressman Gaetz questions FBI Director Christopher Wray regarding the FBI's strategies going forward to prevent a similar scenario to the terrorist attack at NAS Pensacola.