The pair discussed the situation as being a first amendment issue, as the senator continues to face a backlash following the events of January 6.
The Democratic congresswoman has suggested the situation amounted to a "superspreader event" and criticized some Republican lawmakers for not wearing masks.
The president announced he will not attend ahead of his ban from Twitter, as a backlash grows against him over the recent events at the Capitol.
The president's personal attorney has faced backlash following the chaos in Washington, D.C., with criticism of comments he made to supporters ahead of the Capitol being stormed.
The first lady called for the nation to unite moving forward and said: "Our Nation must heal in a civil manner."
The president-elect has backed calls for direct payments to be boosted, though this comes in the face of others calling for recurring payments.
Payments of up to $600 per eligible individual are being sent out, with recipients getting them through direct deposit, checks or pre-paid debit cards.
Calls to oust President Trump are gaining momentum, with the possibility of a second impeachment following his supporters' storming of the U.S. Capitol.
Backlash is mounting against the president following the recent chaos at the Capitol, with growing calls for his removal from office ahead of his term ending.
The pair both left their posts following the recent violence at the Capitol, citing the chaos in messages announcing their departures.
The group has criticized the response to the violence in Washington, D.C., with questions having been raised over the breach of the Capitol building.
President Donald Trump faces increasing criticism following violence in Washington, D.C. after his supporters stormed the Capitol.
The president continues to reject the election outcome, though he has said there will be an orderly transition.
Witnesses can submit tips and media evidencing incidents which might assist investigations following the outbreak of violence in Washington, D.C.
The Republican governor's position looks more precarious than before due to President Donald Trump's public criticism of his actions.
The president-elect has not announced an AG pick, but they are set to inherit the role amid a politically charged landscape which will pose a stern test in keeping investigations above interference.
The president is upping pressure on his vice president as he continues to reject the outcome of the 2020 election.
The Republican senators have rejected suggestions of defeat, insisting on taking a stand over the results should they see the need to.
The president has called on his vice president to "come through" for him, as he continues his rejection of the election outcome despite all moves to alter it thus far having failed.
The two Democrats expect to oust the Republicans in an outcome that would cost the GOP its majority in the Senate.
GOP voters have expressed doubt as to whether the vote will be fair, as President Donald Trump continues to question the result in the state from the presidential election.
The president spoke of his daughter's popularity, but suggested she was unsure on running for office herself.
The payments started being issued last week, with recipients now able to receive updates on their status.
The president's sway on the party is tipped to continue, while there has been speculation of another presidential run from him in 2024.
The president has advocated for the $2,000 boost, but this has been tied to his other demands. Democrats have called for a vote solely on the checks.
The Senate majority leader has dashed hopes of the boost to stimulus payments being signed off swiftly, with Democrat lawmakers continuing to push for a vote on the matter.
The president-elect has said he is looking forward to working with the Kentucky Republican, though the long-serving senator has again shown a willingness to block measures he is averse to.
The Vermont independent said other issues should be looked at separately, with the boost to payments moved as a priority.