"You can't just show up and say, 'Let me in,' in general," noted attorney Robyn Barnard of Human Rights First.
"The nice part is I don't need to worry about buying a location," the president said about a possible presidential library.
"We're not convinced that it was authorized at the highest levels," said the vice president.
"You've got a president who tried to throw 32 million people off health care. He ain't gonna run on that one," said Sanders.
If a deal is not reached within two weeks, said the president, "Deportations start!"
"Biden's past statements and positions on race issues present a serious challenge to his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination according to our polling," said McIntosh.
"He is a serial felon and an uncommon criminal who has not yet been brought to justice," tweeted Schwartz.
Biden and Sanders would handily beat the president in an election, according to the new poll
"The Trump Economy is setting records, and has a long way up to go," wrote the president.
"This is not a novel concept," said Weintraub.
The ambassador would only say that she expects Mexico to import more American goods in the near future.
"Problem is, if you don't hit back, people believe the Fake News is true," wrote Trump.
"We are deeply disappointed by the Administration's expansion of its failed Remain-in-Mexico policy," wrote Pelosi.
The judge ruled that the civil penalty for the unpaid bills does not preclude bringing criminal charges against the driver.
All alleged attackers are young men between the ages of 15 to 18, said the police.
The Republican Party has "turned itself into a cult of the President's personality," said Schiff.
"Will @CNN, @nytimes and others apologize? Doubt it!"
"And make no mistake, Mexico is a hostile foreign power," said Carlson.
The veterans say they support the Patriots but don't think the team flag should be on the same pole as the American flag.
"He'll have a run at saying, 'It was a rigged game so I'm not leaving,'" said Weld.
The tariffs will increase by 5 percent each month until they reach 25 percent, or until President Donald Trump determines Mexico has done enough to curb migration.
"Treat her equally," said the congresswoman about the Hicks photo.
The press secretary would not say if President Trump would accept an investigation that results in the FBI being exonerated.
"You have somebody who thinks it's alright to let somebody go in his place into a deadly war, and is willing to pretend to be disabled in order to do it," said the candidate.
The injunction granted Friday night by a federal judge in California is likely only the beginning of a potentially lengthy legal battle over wall funding.
Many of the more than 7,000 responses to the tweet paint a complicated portrait of the realities of military life.
"This is a fundamental problem that we will address as an institution," said the museum after the incident.
"Here we go again," wrote U.S. District Court Judge Carlton Reeves in his order granting the injunction.