Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on a report that a former Hillary Clinton IT aide created a Gmail address and forwarded all of Clinton's emails to the account.
Women for Trump co-chair Gina Loudon and Washington Time opinion editor Charlie Hurt discuss how an appeals court blocked the White House from imposing asylum restrictions in California and Arizona. Loudon and Hurt also discusses how Barack Obama is taking an interest in 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign.
Former Trump Campaign manager Corey Lewandowski on the strength of the Trump economy and his possible Senate run.
According to a Zogby poll, President Trump’s approval rating with minority voters has improved. HUD regional administrator Lynne Patton reacts to the new poll.
Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.) gives his take on the 2020 Democrats and House bill 1044.
Former acting ICE Director Thomas Homan on how protesters blocked a driver from entering an ICE facility in Rhode Island.
IWF senior policy analyst Patrice Lee Onwuka discusses how CNN political analyst April Ryan had a journalist ejected before giving a speech and how all Louisiana public schools will display “In God We Trust” signs.
Gibbs Wealth Management’s Erin Gibbs, Milken Institute chief economist Bill Lee and B. Riley FBR global strategist Mark Grant on the inverted yield curve and the market selloff.
Dr. Ben Carson, secretary of Housing and Urban Development, explains the significance of HUD endorsing mortgage loans for condominium units.
Former Trump State Department senior adviser Christian Whiton gives his take on the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.