Mark Hamill, Bette Midler and Rob Reiner also spoke out against the president, though Sean Hannity said it was 'fake, phony moral selective outrage."
The Fox News opinion hosts had finally had enough of Robert De Niro's harsh words for Donald Trump, and they had some harsh words of their own for the Oscar winner.
Jase Robertson had an unusual suggestion for how to stop school shootings and it has nothing to do with gun control.
Twitter wits are grateful the president pointed out the problem so renewable energy experts can deal with it.
The president said he hopes the Democrats keep pushing the Green New Deal — which he called the New Green Deal — so he can "campaign against it."
"We really never had a whole national network like this that is basically, it's incredibly close with this White House," she said. "People have described it to me as a wing of the West Wing."
Following the abrupt end to his second summit with Kim Jong Un, Trump admitted that a full North Korea denuclearization deal may not happen.
Former CBS News foreign correspondent Lara Logan appeared on "Hannity" Wednesday evening to expand on her recent remarks characterizing the media as "mostly liberal." "It's obvious, right, because you get targeted," she said, explaining her earlier comments that she was committing "professional suicide" by criticizing the media. "It's the same group of people, they're already […]
Eric Trump urged the president to declare a national emergency for border wall funding, while Sean Hannity said he's "99 percent certain" he knows what's coming next.
While at the border in Mission, Texas, Donald Trump doubled down on his statement about declaring a national emergency, saying the law is on his side.