Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MA), chair of the House Oversight Committee, on Sunday predicted that history will "smile upon" the lawmakers who pursue the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Republican National Committee spokesperson Liz Harrington lashed out at Fox News host Leland Vittert over the weekend after he asked her about evidence that President Donald Trump committed obstruction.
In an interview on Sunday, Fox News host Chris Wallace grilled Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani over revelations in special counsel Robert Mueller's report about Donald Trump and his family.
Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor to the president, insisted on Sunday that Donald Trump "is not going to jail."
The on-air and backstage talent at MSNBC couldn't help but laugh at the so-called president's lawyer.
They're such hypocrites.
Delaware state Rep. Richard Collins (R) said this week that he was sponsoring an anti-abortion bill because women are not replenishing the (white) U.S. population quickly enough.
A somber Shep Smith had little patience for Trump's trite and unsolicited advice on how to fight the devastating fire gutting Notre Dame cathedral.
Conservative radio host Chandelle Summer told MSNBC on Sunday that Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who is gay, is "so unusual and frightening."
During an interview on Fox News, host Leland Vittert challenged Moore on his claim that there is "nobody more qualified" than Cain to sit on the Fed Board.
NBC host Chuck Todd called out White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Sunday after she tried to bash a Muslim member of Congress instead of answering questions about Donald Trump's immigration policy.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on Sunday that President Donald Trump's tax returns should not be released because Democrats in Congress are not "smart enough" to understand them.
The NRA Spokesperson complained about social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook regulating their own content to exclude violence and hate speech, which shuts hateful conservatives out of a platform.
In a ridiculous tweet, saying Nunes was the "hunted" and is now the "hunter," Matt Gaetz tries to hold him up as a First Amendment Martyr. Lotsa luck, Mattie-boy.
This may be Barr's second time as AG, but he is acting like he is new, here, and Rep. Matt Cartwright is smacking him around for it during this Budget Hearing.