The "Late Night" host also had some scathing advice for former GOP House Speaker John Boehner and his memoir.
“I thought that his policies, by and large, mirrored the policies that I believed in,” the former House speaker said.
The former House speaker didn't mince words when it came to one current politician.
The former House speaker said the president is a "good guy" who is just trying to “hold his party together” while the progressive and moderate factions battle.
The former Republican House Speaker blamed lawmakers from his own party for helping to ignite the deadly Capitol insurrection on Jan. 6.
In an excerpt from his new memoir, John Boehner detailed how Donald Trump flipped out at a golf fundraiser.
“This was real anger," the former GOP House speaker recalls in his upcoming memoir. "We had no idea then what that anger would do to our country."
“I’ll admit I wasn’t prepared for what came after the election," the former House speaker writes in his new memoir.
The Texas Republican had a very high school reaction to a rogue moment in the former House speaker’s audiobook.
The former House speaker also wrote of a beef with Barack Obama: “I’d never been sucker-punched like that in my life.”
"You can blame the wine for the expletives," the former House speaker tweeted.
The Fox Business host questioned the "stunning silence" from Paul Ryan and John Boehner in the week after the State of the Union address.
His campaign highlights his bipartisan dealmaking, but maintains that he’s changed on Social Security.
The Texas Democratic Senate candidate keeps playing to his strength -- likeability (especially compared to his foe).
The former House Speaker says politics is “just not fun” anymore.
A Gallup poll from October shows that 64 percent of Americans favor making marijuana legal.
The White House will present a full proposal on Monday.
Trump's Jan. 11 outburst played a key role.
Immigration reform advocates want legal status for undocumented young people as part of a government spending bill.