"I can say is that over the last two years that I've been here, I've been accused of all different types of things," Kushner said. "All of those things have turned out to be false. We've had a lot of crazy accusations, like that we colluded with Russia. I complied with all the different investigations, whether it be the Senate, the House or the Special Counsel."
"That's not even a question, of course I would support Biden," Lucy Flores said, though the former Nevada lawmaker said she would not vote for the former vice president in a Democratic primary.
"A still shot taken from a video — misleadingly extracted from what was a longer moment between close friends — sent out in a snarky tweet — came to be the lasting image of that day," Stephanie Carter wrote of the viral photo of herself and then-Vice President Joe Biden taken in 2015.
"My flag is not doing anything. It's just a symbol of who we are, where we came from and our love for the United States," Kevin Kollman said.
Hussle was one of three individuals struck during the shooting. The two other male victims were both listed in serious condition at a local hospital.
Although special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has ended, President Donald Trump and his 2016 campaign remain at the center of five other probes from House Democrats, and one from the Senate Intelligence Committee.
"I'll tell you this about Russia — if they had anything on me, it would have come out a long time ago. Probably a long time before I ran because they would have been better off, much better off. I hope we really get along well with them but they would have been much better off with Hillary Clinton as president," Trump told Sean Hannity on Wednesday.
"The investigation had to happen. It would have been irresponsible not to investigate," Comey said. "And we don't investigate, despite what the partisans say, to find a particular result. We investigate to find out what's true, and as best I can tell, it looks like Bob Mueller was allowed to do that, and that's a great thing."
Donald Trump Jr. said it "has been hard to watch" Democrats and the media attack his father, and that both worked to create "a narrative that they want to be true because they couldn't explain the outcome of the last election."
"Mueller Madness! Which of the angry and hysterical @realDonaldTrump haters got it most embarrassingly wrong? #YouDecide," Sanders wrote on Twitter before sharing a Mueller Madness bracket created by the New York Post to determine the media member who got the Mueller report the "most wrong."
"The issuance of these definitive findings comes after two years of Democrat leaders and others lying to the American people by vigorously and repeatedly claiming there was evidence of collusion. They made many of these false claims, without evidence, on your airwaves," the letter reads in part.
"Everything was breaking, furniture, glassware. The closet doors were banging back and forth. When we got the signal to evacuate, there was no time to think about getting important things like passports," Susan Dollberg, a passenger on the Viking Sky, said.
"I don't want a summary of the Mueller report. I want the whole damn report," said Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
"This is a vindication for the president and his family that after one year, 10 months and six days the Mueller report is concluding something which we already knew, which is there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians," Corey Lewandowski told The Washington Post.
"You have Michael Cohen, who has already pleaded guilty, you have evidence of campaign finance violations, you have investigations into, now, Trump Organization business dealings, insurance fraud, tax fraud, all kinds of fraud which are unrelated to the Russia investigation," Zelin said. "So how does the Mueller report extricate the president from his problems?"
"I've never experienced anything so scary," Viking Sky cruise ship passenger Janet Jacob said.
"Look, the greatest threat to our constitution and economic system isn't any foreign power, it's the Democrat party," Mark Levin said. "It's the leftists within the Democrat party, because they use our liberty and our constitution to destroy our liberty and our constitution, and they're very good at it. Look at this, you named some of them."
"I didn't bring this up. You just brought it up. You asked the question...I don't bring it up," President Donald Trump said, when asked why he continued to trash the late senator.
"If we can't start breaking through these lines that divide us and affirm the common bond, I think we're gonna be stuck in a broken politics for a long time. I think the next five years of our politics in America is going to determine the next 50 years of our politics and we've got to change course," Booker said.
"My view is that every vote matters," the presidential candidate said. "And the way we can make that happen is that we can have national voting, and that means get rid of the Electoral College."
"White supremacists pose a threat to the United States like any other terrorist group, like ISIS, like al Qaeda and leadership starts at the top. And that means you've got to call it out," Warren said.