"Is there anything to defend with this guy? He beclowned himself again yesterday," Scarborough said on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe.'
Having already conquered the soccer world, many Americans also want Megan Rapinoe to conquer the White House.
Some appeared to also falsely accuse Rapinoe, who has been critical of President Donald Trump, of stomping on the flag.
"Two white men claiming the system is rigged for whites, as they rig the system to enrich themselves is funny," Candace Owens falsely claimed about Colin Kaepernick and Shaun King.
"Colonel Jessup and all your Marines: God Bless you all," King tweeted, referring to Jack Nicholson's fictional colonel.
"This President understands the power of weaponized patriotism," wrote Christian pastor and author John Pavlovitz.
"This isn't about 'a few bad eggs.' This is a violent culture," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
"It's like every teenager's worst nightmare, where you're trying to get a word in edgewise with the cooler girls and they're just ignoring you," Kasie Hunt said of the viral clip.
"And Eric Swalwell take a seat, you're an asterisk on the end, Ok?" Meghan McCain concluded on 'The View' Friday.
Kamala Harris has seen her odds of gaining the Democratic nomination shorten while Joe Biden and Beto O'Rourke have taken a hit.
"How long before you're banned from speaking [English]" Tucker Carlson asked on his Fox News show Thursday. "Better to learn Espanol if you want to talk to your grandkids"
"What that means is not just a woman, but let's not forget someone in the trans community, a trans female, is poor doesn't mean they shouldn't have the right to choose," Castro said during Wednesday's first 2020 Democratic debate.
While oddsmakers have generally followed the polls, there is one notable outlier.
Senator Elizabeth Warren will be center stage as 10 contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination face off in Miami Wednesday.
"At a certain point, Marianne Williamson, you're wasting our collective time and I'd like to see people who are extremely serious that can win and, as all of you want, can beat Trump," Meghan McCain said Friday.
"When it came up that they died from the same exact thing as my husband I thought 'No, no.... there's no way two people could die of the same exact thing.'"
Ingraham accused her critics of giving a platform to "racists & anti-semites," despite defending one on her Fox News show Thursday.
"I can tell you we're monitoring the situation and continue to stay focused on our ultimate goal which is denuclearization," the White House press secretary said.
"I had nothing to do with Russia helping me to get elected," Trump wrote on Twitter Thursday.
Trump fired back at Tillerson Thursday after the former secretary of state reportedly criticized the president's preparations for a meeting with Vladimir Putin.
"Now, especially because of Barr, this gives me chills & terrifies me. Nothing seems inconceivable anymore," said Mimi Rocah.
"Donald J. Trump...looks like he would rather be a king than a president who had to work to earn and preserve the trust of the American people," Bill Weld told CNN on Friday.
"It was misleading, disingenuous and deceptive," former judge Andrew Napolitano wrote about William Barr's summary.
"Nobody was picking this up outside this network, virtually."
While the Maduro government denounced a small "coup attempt," the U.S. ambassador for Guaidó said the uprising was a "constitutional crisis."
"Turns out all along it was two Nigerian men in #MAGA hats who hacked the DNC & rode shirtless on horseback w Putin to mar-a-lago," Representative Matt Gaetz tweeted.
D'Souza has previously referred to President Barack Obama as a "grown-up Trayvon," a reference to black teen Trayvon Martin, who was shot and killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in 2012.
Asked whether she agreed with Trump's assessment that white nationalism was not on the rise, Jacinta Ardern replied: "No."