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.
"Mr. McGahn is a critical witness to many of the alleged instances of obstruction of justice and other misconduct described in the Mueller report. His testimony will help shed further light on the president's attacks on the rule of law, and his attempts to cover up those actions by lying to the American people and requesting others do the same," Rep. Nadler said.
"If we spend all our time attacking Trump, you know what? Democrats are going to lose," Sanders said to the audience in Bethlehem, Pennslyvania.
Pelosi said Democrats will focus on locking down top candidates in swing districts around the country within the next six months to win again in 2020.
Conway noted that Senator "Kirsten Gillibrand gets 'zero'" percent in the new poll.
"How about sending us the tax returns of @POTUS as required by law," Rep. Ted Lieu tweeted. "If we are not smart enough to understand them, we will send them back. Pinky promise."
"The fact that [Democrats] would double down on this and try to provide cover for Ilhan Omar when all you have to do is say hey, she misspoke, maybe she didn't mean in that way. Why don't you just say that?," Crenshaw said.
"I never offered Pardons to Homeland Security Officials, never ordered anyone to close our Southern Border (although I have the absolute right to do so, and may if Mexico does not apprehend the illegals coming to our Border), and am not 'frustrated.' It is all Fake & Corrupt News!," Trump wrote.
"This is truly a welcoming community for those immigrants and we want them to come to the city of Chicago," the Chicago mayor-elect said.
The tweet, posted by Trump at 5:35 ET, featured a video of Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar speaking to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in March. Omar's comments are followed by images of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
"Domestic spying during a presidential campaign did happen and we have a right to know who participated in it, who authorized it and what their motives were," Carlson said after listing instances where he believes the FBI spied on Trump's presidential campaign.
House Democrats told Newsweek they plan to "use every legal recourse available" if Treasury continues to refuse to provide the president's tax returns.
"This discriminatory policy will lead Transgender service members, patriots who have decided to serve their nation, to live in the shadows," McCain said.
James Murray, a career member of the Secret Service, will be replacing Randolph Alles as Secret Service director.
"The fact that he still has influence on policy and political appointments is an outrage," the congresswoman tweeted.
We're talking about "conduct that is deeply unethical, unpatriotic and corrupt," Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said.
"Understand when Jeanine Pirro goes on Fox + rallies people to think hijabs are threatening, it leads to this. Folks who imply we're "bad" for politics, the party, the country, etc. have no idea the threats we deal w/ because of that kind of language. Talk policy, not personal," the New York congresswoman said.
"After more than a year of listening to Alabama's citizens, I have heard your concerns and hopes for a better tomorrow. I am humbled to announce the next step -- I will be a @GOP candidate for US Senate. I invite you to join my team," Tuberville posted to Twitter.
"So long as I can go home every single day and look to myself in the mirror and say 'you did what you thought was right and you did not compromise people and their well being along the way," Ocasio-Cortez said. "That's all I care about."