Trump phoned in to Fox News' "Hannity" on Thursday night for a roughly 45-minute discussion on a wide-range of topics, including the Green New Deal, special counsel Robert Mueller's report and Joe Biden's 2020 presidential bid.
"It's easy for politicians to simply acknowledge that climate change exists. What's harder is a real plan that measures up to the urgency of the crisis," said Greenpeace.
The GOP quickly jumped on Joe Biden's history of losing. He "has been running for president and losing since the '80s, 2020 won't be any different," read a Republican National Committee statement.
The former English teacher works with the Biden Foundation, a nonprofit she set up with her husband, who's now running for president.
At the same time, Joe Biden's entry into the 2020 race was met with a several congressional endorsements.
"It meant so much that my language and proud deaf cultural identity was respected," Andy Pleasants told Newsweek.
The former El Paso congressman said of those who advocated for the policy of border separation that "without accountability, you won't have justice. Without justice you will not have rule of law in this country and without accepting that no person, no matter what office he occupies, is above the law, then this country is not going to fulfill its promise or live according to its constitution."
"The president literally spends more time attacking Americans on Twitter than he does holding Russia accountable," Delaney's spokesman said.
Pete Buttigieg has drawn significant national attention over the past few days because of comments he has made about one of his chief 2020 rivals.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is set to enter the Democratic presidential race later this week.
Citing her track record, the Democratic senator from Minnesota seemed to want kudos for her victories in Republican districts.
"What democratic socialism means to me is we expand Medicare, we provide educational opportunity for all Americans, we rebuild our crumbling infrastructure. In other words, government serves the needs of all people, rather than just wealthy campaign contributors."
During a conference call with House Democrats on Monday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged them to refrain from launching immediate impeachment proceedings against the president.
"Upon being elected, I will give the United States Congress 100 days to get their act together and have the courage to pass reasonable gun safety laws. And if they fail to do it, then I will take executive action," Harris said.
"The first thing I would do is bring back that public option idea that's been floating around in the first place, and that gives you a choice," Amy Klobuchar said. "You can do it with Medicaid, you can do it with Medicare."
Warren highlighted how early coverage of her senate campaign included what she was wearing, how her hair looked, how her voice sounded and if she smiled enough. "This kept on and I thought, 'look, I'm gonna be in this race so I'm gonna make something count every single day.'"
The new campaign policy was made directly in response to a recent incident in Florida, where a officer was caught on video brutally beating a 15-year-old black male.
In a presidential race starved for hard policy ideas, the Massachusetts senator is looking for a way to set herself apart, and she may have found it.
"How many of Trump's followers or those who might otherwise be tempted to vote for him in 2020 will recoil from this moral squalor?"
The right-wing pundit and author suggested she could back democratic socialist Bernie Sanders because he is strongly opposed to open borders.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is gaining popularity over Beto O'Rourke among the news media as it covers the 2020 Democratic primary.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor got personal, telling a crowd in Brooklyn that he would like to have a child soon. He also aired a little marital grief.
"If we spend all our time attacking Trump, you know what? Democrats are going to lose," Sanders said to the audience in Bethlehem, Pennslyvania.