The attorney general put the ball in Trump's court, filing a motion to unseal the search warrant and property receipt "absent objection" from Trump.
"It does not matter if the congressman is a suspect or not," Ion Meyn told Newsweek, noting that the phone's content could incriminate someone else.
"If you know where the safe is and you know the documents are in 10 boxes in the basement, you are pretty close to the president," Mick Mulvaney said.
"Violence against law enforcement is not the answer, no matter who you're upset with," FBI Director Christopher Wray said.
Rubio, vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, said "at a minimum" he and other congressional leaders should have been briefed.
Staff working at Mar-a-Lago said they refused to turn off the surveillance cameras on the property during Monday's FBI raid.
"He got caught and he knows it. This is what guilty people say," former federal prosecutor Ron Filipkowski tweeted.
Former U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance said it is likely that the sensitive information obtained by the FBI this week was "fresh."
"If you're innocent, why are you taking the Fifth Amendment?" Trump said during his 2016 presidential campaign.
The former president and his two eldest children had been expected to testify under oath for the New York civil probe last month.
Political science professor Brandon Rottinghaus told Newsweek that Monday's raid was "the perfect event" to energize Trump supporters for another campaign.
The search prompted widespread criticism from those on the right, who accused the Biden administration of an abuse of authority.
Cheney said some of her Democratic colleagues "are people that are trying to do the right thing for the country," unlike Greene.
Russia's president accused the U.S. of being directly involved in the Ukraine war by providing military aid.
"I saw the guy every day. There's no sign that he was in any pain or danger or whatever," Peter Navarro said of Kushner.
The Republican National Committee was left with one option for its 2024 host city after Nashville council members voted down the draft agreement.
The Justice Department's latest subpoena is likely to hand federal investigators bombshell information for their probe into the January 6 Capitol riot.
Putin is expected to meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the second time in three weeks.
"For the Democrats to hide behind this, and say they're not helping these extreme candidates, I think is transparently nonsensical," Robert Lieberman said.
Tucker Carlson has called the far-right leader an "elected leader who publicly identifies as a Western-style conservative."
Sinema is more popular among Arizona's Republican voters than among those in her own party.
While the move is "likely," it would also be a "terrible" time for the government to be cutting stimulus checks, an economics professor said.
"I don't care about what pain it may cause members of the Democratic Party," the Senate's number 3 Republican, Senator John Barrasso, said.
The latest mission from the People's Liberation Army was among a series of moves that China has made in response to Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan.
The vote presented a direct threat to the GOP's gubernatorial candidate—who is not only anti-abortion, but a proponent of the failed constitutional amendment.
Tudor Dixon scored the Republican nomination for Michigan's governor race. Here are her chances of unseating the governor.
Kansas became the first state to put abortion on the ballot since the fall of Roe. Tuesday's vote was the first popular vote on the issue in nearly 50 years.
Although the White House doesn't want to see Pelosi's Taiwan trip "spiral into any kind of crisis," officials say it will depend on China's possible response.
Ukrainian Major General Vadym Skibitsky said that Putin's inner circle has begun "panicking about his health."
More than half of Senate GOP lawmakers issued a statement in support of Pelosi's trip to Taiwan.