"My brain couldn't process what was happening. I was embarrassed," wrote Lucy Flores. "I couldn't move and I couldn't say anything. I wanted nothing more than to get Biden away from me."
"I get that I'm the son of a billionaire from New York City," Donald Trump Jr. said. "But I think everyone knows and anyone who's seen me on the campaign trail knows, I have friends in flyover country."
"We are lucky to live in the age of JLD. Long may she reign," fellow female comic Lena Dunham said of the star.
"This is not something he can just get out of the way before announcing his candidacy," a founder of the women's group UltraViolet tweeted.
"You were the chair of the committee, a**hole," a Twitter user wrote.
Senator Elizabeth Warren, a 2020 presidential candidate, told Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" that she pledged to run a "grassroots" campaign by connecting with people instead of big money.
"From the very start, it was biased, artificial, provocative, conspiratorial, designed to fuel hatred towards the Trump campaign," Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov said of the special counsel's investigation.
"JoeBiden has an enormous amount of respect for @staceyabrams (it is why he endorsed her!)—but these rumors about discussions on a pre-cooked ticket are false, plain and simple," a Biden spokesman tweeted.
"At least in that one respect his thinking is clear," George Conway tweeted.
"If we can't start breaking through these lines that divide us and affirm the common bond, I think we're gonna be stuck in a broken politics for a long time. I think the next five years of our politics in America is going to determine the next 50 years of our politics and we've got to change course," Booker said.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z have also worked with the nonprofit HeadCount to get Americans to register to vote at concerts.
State Representative James Grant said when someone calls his bill a "poll tax," they "may as well spit in the face of people who lived through an actual racist, discriminatory poll tax."
"We're going to see people drop out, and with that votes will shift," said Spencer Kimball, director of Emerson College Polling.
"My face is my message," the South Bend mayor told MSNBC. "This is about an era. The decisions that are being made in our politics right now will decide how the next 20, 30 or 40 years will go."
Armen Sarkissian, the president of Armenia, was caught on camera asking Joe Biden, "Are you going to run?"
California Representative Brad Sherman told Newsweek continued Republican support for the president is "not out of love for Trump."
Former first lady Michelle Obama said on Conan O'Brien's podcast that she was not interested in partisan politics.
"We may not survive even if we win, but we definitely don't if the Republicans lose with Donald Trump," Glenn Beck told Sean Hannity.