President Donald Trump should "tell us as much as he can, without compromising executive privilege, so that we can understand what happened," the South Carolina Republican told a conservative radio host.
The surge comes as senior Democrats are ratcheting up their rhetoric when responding to the latest allegations that Trump pressed the Ukrainian president to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden's son.
"Based on the hierarchy of what's impacting minority Americans, if I had to make a list of 100 things, white nationalism would not make the list," the black conservative commentator told lawmakers.
"As painful as that might be, to have that increased oversight for the VA or any federal agency, they should be begging for it, if it means making that a better agency—especially what serves our nation's veterans," said Florida GOP Rep. Brian Mast.
The director of national intelligence refused to disclose information to lawmakers on Thursday about a whistleblower complaint reportedly filed against an alleged promise made by Trump to an unknown foreign leader.
If Democrats hope to succeed in their plan someday becoming law, they must navigate the criticism and address the concerns levied by Republicans, Trump and even some of their own members about how to address raising drug prices.
"The fact of the matter is that I've always—and you'll know this—been more enthusiastic about costumes than is sometimes appropriate," the Canadian prime minister told reporters.
"I don't think it's disrupting or a threat to party unity to ask us to uphold our values, what's in our charter, what's in our platform," the freshman progressive told Newsweek.
"If I was going to the new national security adviser—and I won't be, I'm glad it's General Flynn who has that job and not me," Robert O'Brien said in 2016.
Throughout the hours-long hearing, Democratic members accused the former Trump campaign manager of "aiding" Trump in obstructing congressional oversight.
"This is not a Republican primary campaign. You are not on the campaign trial — yet," a Democrat told the former Trump campaign manager. "This is the House Judiciary Committee. Act like you know the difference."
Actions such as withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal have resulted in a Middle East foreign policy by Trump as something that's "essentially become a Saudi wish list," Ben Rhodes said.
The federal agency requested two Kawaski jet skis—watercrafts that each retail from $9,999 to $15,299—and noted security challenges that special agents face when traveling with Trump to places such as Mar-a-Lago and the Hamptons.
The Washington newcomer joins a growing list of Democrats who believe the Supreme Court justice should be impeached after additional allegations of sexual misconduct were reported in the New York Times.
The directive has sparked suspicion and outrage among the six Florida lawmakers, who say their staff has played a critical role in helping veterans receive the proper benefits they deserve.
Williamson took to Twitter on Friday to explain the comments, claiming that people have actually been misquoting her.
Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee took what they viewed as a significant step forward Thursday in formally outlining the procedures for their future investigations into President Donald Trump, a move that Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) said they will use to "determine whether to recommend articles of impeachment."
Ahead of Thursday night's Democratic debate where the economy will likely be a major focal point, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin singled out 2020 Democratic hopeful and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Democrats are creating a political stunt by holding a special meeting to pass new rules involving an impeachment inquiry, Republicans said, resulting in the usage of social media analogies to accuse members of denigrating the panel's role.
Those who've yet to support a ban showed pause due to concerns about the bill's details, believed it was a hopeless task — so long as the Senate is GOP controlled — or simply did not want to discuss the matter.
The conflicting messages gives Democrats the opportunity to to play the party's stance on impeachment as they see fit.
GOP members indicated that, while they may support certain gun violence prevention measures, they're unwilling to take action without support from Trump because efforts would be futile to only be defeated by a presidential veto.
"So, let's save time. Let's just get it done — now," the speaker of the House said.
The swing state's 9th Congressional District, typically a Republican stronghold, is up for Democrats to grab and widen their House majority in the do-over election that was scheduled after allegations of fraud in the 2018 election nullified the results.
The move will mark the first formal procedure taken by the Democratic-led committee to officially define its "impeachment investigation," as Chairman Jerrold Nadler has dubbed it, and will better explain how the probe will operate going forward.
"Since the guy in the White House is a pathological liar, we customized his favorite marker to give him some advice: 'DON'T LIE,'" the former Illinois congressman wrote on Twitter.
Democrats plan to investigate why HUD has missed a 90-day deadline to begin allowing Puerto Rico to apply for more than $8 billion in allocated mitigation funds for natural disasters.
"The Committee does not believe that U.S. taxpayer funds should be used to personally enrich President Trump, his family, and his companies," a Democratic committee chairman wrote in a series of letters requesting information and documents.
"We are less than five months away from the start of the next federal election, and there is no time for partisan games," members of the Blue Dog Coalition wrote in a letter.
"Americans are in harm's way and the president is laser-focused on ... covering up a small mistake he made," the former FBI director wrote.