"It is time to take bold steps forward," The Dallas Morning News editorial board wrote.
President Donald Trump has called the press the "enemy of the people" and crowds at his rallies have chanted "CNN sucks."
The likes of Ann Coulter, Dinesh D'Souza and Rush Limbaugh have promoted the idea that Democrats sent mail bombs to key Democratic figures.
Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum accused Ron DeSantis in their final debate ahead of the election of having deliberately pursued the vote of racists.
Scott, who's currently running a tight race to unseat Democratic Senator Bill Nelson, has long argued that he does not support efforts to rid the requirement for insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions under the Affordable Care Act.
Explosive devices were sent to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and the offices of CNN.
"Are Democrats still lulling themselves into believing that they will win simply because Trump is abhorrent and history is on their side? That was not enough in 2016," Mika Brzezinski said.
U.S. law requires that "all immigrants and refugees undergo a medical screening examination to identify inadmissible health conditions," said the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Conway retweeted a story that included a photo of President Donald Trump wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.
"Well, you know, there's a double-occupancy cell with Hillary Clinton."
"Ironically, there was a later question about the need for civility in politics," GOP candidate Brian Fitzpatrick told WBCB News.
"I know a lot of people talk about this blue wave and all that stuff. I don't believe it," Sanders said in an interview that aired Monday,
Twenty-five percent of the students surveyed showed clinically significant levels of stress.
"Ron is being Don, and that's Donald Trump, neglecting all sense of reason and facts," said Gillum, the Democrat in Florida's governor race.
"That wasn't the best phrase for me to use," said O'Rourke in an interview with ABC News that aired Sunday. "I'm going to do my best to stay focused on the future."
"I don't know that it makes any sense to respond," Beto O'Rourke said.
As the mid-term elections come around the corner, Democrats hold a 9-point advantage when eligible voters are asked which party should control Congress.
The Vermont Senator did not pull any punches when speaking about the U.S. president.
"He was very hostile," the homeowner said of the homeowner association's president. "This is truly a shock, that they became so angry."