More than 70 percent of Democratic women said they were "very motivated to vote," according to a new poll.
The new poll contrasted with one from a day earlier that showed Ted Cruz with a nine-point lead.
The former secretary of state warned Rachel Maddow that the president will plunge the White House into deeper chaos after the midterm elections.
The president has repeatedly predicted a "red wave" will keep GOP control of the House and Senate.
"I've never seen this kind of mail from a campaign before, or even a legitimate organization. That should tell you something about Ted Cruz," says Gene Wu, Texas state legislator.
"I wasn't likely to vote for Cruz before, but certainly not now," one recipient of the mailer told Newsweek.
Seth Klarman has donated $4.9 million to the Democratic party so far, according to a New York Times report. He plans to spend about $20 million helping Democrats by the next presidential election.
Melissa Howard, 46, was ordered to serve 25 hours of community service within the next few months to avoid prosecution.
"I am going to ask them, after 100 years, after 100 years of relying on big government to save you, where are you today? After 100 years of begging for federal government scraps, where are you today?"
"It's just going to be chaos," Kevin McCarthy said.
"During his recent hour-long speech he talked a lot... About himself... 102 times in one hour," Hannity said.
Rick Tyler said O'Rourke was running an "interesting" campaign.
Representative Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) has a track record of speaking at events organized by a conservative activist who has been labeled an "anti-black" extremist.
The president said his rivals had "tried every trick in the playbook."
"It's always tempting for politicians, for their own gain and for people in power, to try to see if they can divide people," Obama said.
They warned those in attendance that bad candidates and a lack of energy compared to Democratic voters could result in a large number of losses for Republicans come the November midterm elections.
Shera Bechard says Broidy liked Trump because of his "uncanny ability to sexually abuse women and get away with it."
Republican Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska said he might join the small, but ever-growing list of traditional GOP politicians who have left the party.
"We have two options: we have military and we have Homeland Security," Trump said. "I'd rather get it through politically, I'd rather get it through Congress."
But when it came to describing the unnamed author of the piece, which portrays the White House as in a state of disarray, Trump got a little tongue-tied.
"This election, you aren't just voting for a candidate. You're voting for which party controls Congress. A very important thing. Very important thing," Trump said.