President Joe Biden wanted to govern with Congress in a bipartisan manner, but that looks increasingly unlikely.
Nearly 70 percent of Republicans want former President Donald Trump to remain the GOP's leader.
Just 14 percent of Republicans believe the former president should have been convicted by the Senate.
Betfair has said the chances of the California Governor being recalled stand at 2-1. A week ago, before the campaign hit its target, the odds were at 5-1.
The former president has only served a single four-year term, but the constitution allows presidents to serve for a maximum of two, meaning he could enter office for another term if he won again.
"We have many Republican mayors, we have Republican governors [backing the American Rescue Plan]," Cedric Richmond said.
The poll found strong differences in feeling from Democrat and Republican voters, but they agreed that senators voted politically.
Some of the Republican senators who voted to convict former President Donald Trump at his impeachment trial faced censure from local GOP groups in their states.
Marie, a long-time Donald Trump supporter from San Antonio, was the author of the message. She told CBS12 News that she wanted to remind the former president he is loved.
Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz said Gov. Ron DeSantis is a "strong potential presidential candidate in 2024" and linked it to the Biden Administration's COVID policy towards Florida.
The last time the U.S. raised its federal minimum wage was 2009 to its current level of $7.25, although many states have a higher rate.
"The president is looking forward to getting out in the country, engaging with people about his plans to get relief, direct checks into their hands," said White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Sunday.
Wyoming state Senator Anthony Bouchard launched his 2022 campaign to unseat Cheney in just days after she voted to impeach Trump.
"NEVER stop fighting for the 2nd Amendment!" the NRA said, after Biden called on Congress to strengthen gun laws.
The Senate Minority Leader has said he would not hesitate to wade in if the former president endorses candidates that will endanger the party's chances of regaining control of the Senate.
The Kansas City Star's editorial board wrote that Hawley and other Republicans who voted to acquit Trump are "making future sedition more likely."
House impeachment manager Delegate Stacey Plaskett on Sunday said that Democrats "needed more senators with spines" for a conviction.
Susan Collins of Maine said Trump created a "dangerous situation" and put his "selfish interest" over the interests of the country.
The Ohio Republican said Trump's "inexcusable actions and words must be addressed" by the criminal justice system.
"I think Senator McConnell's speech, he got a load off his chest, obviously, but unfortunately he put a load on the backs of Republicans," the South Carolina senator said.
The Florida Republican governor said Sunday his state's housing and economic situation is "thriving."