"Major Biden is a member of the family," White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said.
Senator Tom Cotton called sending checks to prisoners a "crazy" liberal plan on Monday after voting for it twice under ex-President Donald Trump.
In February, GOP Senator John Boozman said that "Trump bears some responsibility for what happened" during the Capitol riot.
Protesters gathered outside the building calling for his arrest on Monday morning with signs that read, "Florida Man Go Home," "Indict Trump" and "Arrest Trump."
At the end of Sunday's special, Oprah said there's "so much more" that wasn't shared and pledged to reveal further revelations the following morning.
"The 'Royal' Family is only 'royal' due to their direct participation in slavery," one user tweeted.
"At the time it was awkward, I was a bit shocked," Prince Harry said.
"If enough members in the Senate agree, we'll change the rules," the Senate Majority Whip said.
The clip taken at the Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall in Arizona went viral over the weekend, with more than 165,000 likes and over 51,000 retweets.
Stone Foltz, a 20-year-old sophomore at Bowling Green State University, is "in the process of donating his organs," said the family's attorney.
"That would be horrible" if Americans thought he enjoyed the power, said the Democratic lawmaker. "I want to make sure people understand. I am in that common-sense middle."
"There's clearly not a threat. There was nothing that happened on March 4," said the freshman congresswoman.
Federico Guillermo Klein, 42, became the first Trump administration official to be arrested for taking part in the insurrection.
"We need recurring payments," the Massachusetts senator said. "We will not stop until we pass at least a $15 federal minimum wage, and that includes abolishing the filibuster to ensure we give our workers a raise."
The Alaska senator is the 86th most popular Republican in Congress, with 13 percent sharing a positive opinion and 23 percent sharing a negative opinion of her, according to YouGov.
House progressives have indicated that they may withhold their votes for the sprawling bill to leverage the party into fighting harder for the $15 minimum wage.
QAnon believers think Trump will arrive on March 4th to finally execute the long-awaited "storm"—that is, ordering mass arrests and executions of satanic pedophilies who are part of the "deep state."
"I care deeply about the American conservative movement for an awfully long time now. I aim to keep at it," Pompeo said.
The Senate Minority Leader also predicted that Senate Democrats will unite and pass Biden's $1.9 trillion bill soon.
Manchin's overall favorability rating sat at negative 11 percent, with a further 47 percent indicating they had no opinion of him.
Rep. Mark Pocan of Wisconsin expressed hope that Democratic leaders would refrain from "screwing too many things up."
Pelosi spokesperson Drew Hammill suggested that Republicans could struggle to oppose the bill now that the two projects have been removed.
"I think our country would be served well by Shalanda Young," said Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib.
"It is my hope that at the end, Senate Republicans will unanimously oppose it just like House Republicans did," Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
"I actually like President Trump, he's been very nice to me," the South Carolina senator said. "This is his party."
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki says that Biden is still open to lowering the income threshold for the direct payments.
Sanders has also vowed to force a vote on the measure in the Senate this week.
"He made more since Biden won the election than he has in his entire life," she said.
"I have all the evidence of the machines," Lindell said. "We're getting more everyday. It's going to the Supreme Court."
"Wrong person, wrong person," bystanders yelled as they pointed to the white woman. "It's her."