"I wonder if he knew exactly what he was doing, the exact way he was asked that question and the answer he gave because time after time, he knows the media bubble and fizz like Alka-Seltzer in water and he is playing them like a flute," Hannity said.
The former Harvard law professor said that even though he could support Joe Biden, he couldn't pull himself to vote for Bernie Sanders.
"I think you might want to listen, there isn't anything wrong with listening. If somebody called from a country, Norway, [and said] 'we have information on your opponent' — oh, I think I'd want to hear it," Trump said.
Individuals visiting the booth said they would prefer to use something other than a hammer, apparently in an expression of frustration over the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.
The poll shows 53 percent of voters say they would support Biden, while 40 percent say they would vote for Trump.
"President Trump is bringing his secret one page agreement with Mexico to Iowa," Joe Biden tweeted, after President Donald Trump help up a folded piece of paper to White House reporters on Tuesday.
"We will know in year eight, nine or ten what revenues it brought in to the government over time," Congressman Kevin Brady said.
The fund is reportedly running out of resources due to a record number of claims. Stewart said lawmakers need to authorize replenishment through 2090.
"Michigan is going to be competitive, it's going to be harder. You did same-day registration and you have a Democrat governor. It's going to be a more difficult state, but we're up for the challenge and I think we're going to win Michigan," RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told a group in Detroit.
"These are baseless lies meant to stoke fear in their viewers," TJ Ducklo, Biden campaign's national press secretary, said. "It has no place in our public discourse, and anyone amplifying it bears some responsibility for giving it legitimacy it most certainly does not deserve."
"I think the idea that [impeachment] is a clear political loser for Democrats is just something that is not supported by the evidence of 1998 and 2000," CNN senior political analyst Ron Brownstein said.
"You could easily find the American economy in a recession, certainly before the election," Robert Reich said during an appearance on MSNBC Friday.
According to the agreement, Mexico will deploy its National Guard throughout the country to apprehend migrants, "giving priority to its southern border" with Guatemala.
"She is a terrible person and I'll tell you her name, it's nervous Nancy because she's a nervous wreck," the president said.
Senate Republicans "are reprehensible in what they're doing. Their families have to understand what traitors they are to their conference, to their party and to the country," Lou Dobbs said.
"This bill would provide that a person convicted of a sex offense involving a person under the age of 13 years who is eligible for parole, as a condition of parole, shall be required to undergo chemical castration treatment in addition to any other penalty or condition prescribed by law," the bill says.
The White House "is trying to use tariffs to solve every problem but HIV and climate change," one Republican senator said after Tuesday's meeting with White House officials.
"Gov. Northam is following the gun control playbook by exploiting a tragedy to push his failed political agenda," the group said.
Beto O'Rourke has already paid the entire amount — $28,630.50 — owed to El Paso for his February rally, while Trump's campaign still owes the city $470,417.05. The president's invoice was due on April 26.
"Those of us in elected office owe it to you, to do whatever it takes, even if it means losing an election every now and then to keep you safe," Buttigieg said.
"Mr. Trump is a demagogue who represents a threat to peace, democracy and the climate of our planet. As elected leader of the UK's closest ally, he can't be ignored. But making him, his wife and four adult children the honoured guests of the Queen risks legitimising his destructive policies."
"Since there's so many people running for President (& not enough for Senate), instead of obsessing over who's a 'frontrunner,' maybe we can start w some general eliminations," Ocasio-Cortex wrote on Twitter.
"Was birtherism racist?" Axios' Jonathan Swan asked. "Um, look, I wasn't really involved in that... That was a long time ago," Jared Kushner responded.
"Mueller, I'd imagine, at the behest of the left gives them what they need to jumpstart the calls for impeachment," Jeanine Pirro said. "You either indict or you don't… every prosecutor knows if you don't indict someone, you stop there."
"If someone appointed me a private investigator and said 'well, you've got to come to two conclusions' and I investigate and I come to one, but I say 'gee, I can't figure out the second one' and they pay me $35 million, I think I have to probably give them about $17 million back."
"We have a constitutional republic to uphold liberty and the Rule of Law, not a direct democracy to serve some at the expense of others," Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) said.
"The trump base (mostly middle aged angry white males) are solidly behind him, but what about the burst of younger than boomers voters? Centrists? Independents?," CNN anchor Chris Cuomo said during a Twitter discussion on Trump's possible impeachment.
Trump "obstructed justice and then hired an attorney general to clean up the crime scene," Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Cali.) said.
Republicans "know there is a damning case in the Mueller report of obstruction of justice by the president and they are acting like there's not. And that's just flatly dishonest," Donald Ayer, deputy attorney general under former President George H. W. Bush, said.
"Many of my colleagues on the Republican side of the aisle, what they say in the elevator and then what I hear on shows such as yours are very different, you know, exact opposite."