The former representative of Texas stepped down in April after it emerged he used $84,000 of taxpayers' money to settle a sexual harassment suit.
The candidate, who previously called McConnell's father-in-law a "Chinaperson," talks over a country melody in the political ad.
Despite immediate backlash to his tweet, Kentucky congressman Thomas Massie refused to delete the post.
One lawmaker called the whole thing a "stupid and ridiculous" hearing, while several others left the room.
"I am disgusted, disheartened, and I believe Governor Greitens is unfit to lead our state," Wagner said.
Campaign groups identify 10 states where pro-gun lawmakers could be forced out.
The revelation paints a different picture than the gun rights group's previous disclosures.
“Survivors who have bravely come forward to share their stories have brought to light just how widespread harassment and discrimination continue to be throughout Capitol Hill,” the letter said.
“We have grown increasingly concerned about the nutrition policies being pushed by the Majority. Items you have outlined in your meetings with us and that have been reported in the press are a significant cause of concern,” 19 Democratic House Committee on Agriculture members wrote in a joint letter to ranking member Congressman Collin Peterson Thursday.
His website includes a meme page and a commitment to "practical and reasonable" approaches to governance.
Nothing brings Democrats and Republicans together like unbridled outrage at United Airlines.
Tom Mauser lost his son in the Columbine shooting. In a symbolic demonstration, he traveled to Washington, D.C., wearing his son’s old sneakers.
Josh Kushner is a lifelong Democrat, a spokesman said in 2016, and did not intend on voting for President Donald Trump.
Congress voted Thursday to weaken environmental regulations that stop some coal plants from polluting the air with acid gas and sulfur dioxide, both carcinogenic neurotoxins.
Eighty percent of Republicans agree with arming teachers, while 88 percent of Democrats oppose it.
The bill rolls back some regulations from the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which placed restrictions on banks in the wake of the financial crisis.
"Parents have the right to send their kids to school in the mornings and see them home alive at the end of the day," organizers of the walkout wrote on a Facebook page.
Proponents argue that without the bill, small-business owners are open to "drive-by lawsuits."