A spokesperson for the Florida senator said he had "no recollection" of meeting the indicted businessman.
Valeria Jarrett said the Democratic Party has "an embarrassment of riches" among candidates vying to take on President Donald Trump next year.
"He said it as a joke, but it was a sexual comment. And I was just like, 'You can't say those kinds of things anymore,'" Representative Katie Hill of California said in a recent interview with The Lily.
"This is exactly how it was scripted," Gavin Newsom quipped. "I'm glad this is the rehearsal."
Outgoing GOP congresswoman is chosen by the state's governor to serve the remaining two years of John McCain's term.
"This is nothing less than a power grab by Republicans," said Catherine Vaughan of Flippable. "It flies in the face of what voters decided in November and obstructs the democratic process by circling the wagons around systemic conservative efforts to gerrymander Wisconsin and restrict voter access."
Ocasio-Cortez came in fifth.
Billed as a chance to "forge bipartisan relationships and learn practical skills of lawmaking," the event featured several prominent CEOs.
"We are a Judeo-Christian country. We are a nation rooted and grounded in Christianity and that's that. And anybody that doesn't like that, go live somewhere else," E.W. Jackson said on his radio show.
"It's frustrating that Congressmembers would deny other people affordability that they themselves enjoy."
Putin is still trying to "muck around," Mattis said.
Republican Senate candidate discusses public hanging comments, which became focus of election campaign.
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Cindy Hyde-Smith and Mike Espy face off Tuesday in a runoff election that culminates a heated campaign.
Cries of racism have done little to sway Mississippi's largely white, Republican voter base.
The singer had not "taken even the most basic steps to become a candidate," officials stated.
Her team wants to create "a prosperous America that works for all of us," the job description stated.
McAdams was declared the official winner after the results were certified on Tuesday, but Love had yet to issue a formal concession.
Hyde-Smith has faced backlash ever since she made racially-charged remarks during a campaign appearance on November 2 where she made reference to a "public hanging."
"Mia Love gave me no love. And she lost. Too bad. Sorry about that, Mia," said the U.S. President.
Brenda Snipes faced accusations of incompetence and bias during her 15-year tenure as elections supervisor.
"Now the campaign truly is behind us, and that's where we need to leave it."
"He removed voters who were eligible. He also denied access to more than 3,000 new citizens who should've been added to the rolls, but he prevented them from being able to vote," Abrams pointed out.
Republican lawmakers in Michigan, North Carolina and Wisconsin are taking steps to curb Democrats power before their state governments transition in January.