"The subpoena has to mean something. And once you let somebody elude it, it'll happen again," Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein told Newsweek.
"High interest rates exploit the weak. Credit card debt destroys people –– not just chronically irresponsible people, but good people, decent people. Probably some people you know. Maybe a lot of people you know. What the banks are doing is disgusting and it's wrong," Carlson said.
"I think the people of Puerto Rico are very grateful to Donald Trump for what we've done for them," President Donald Trump said during his lengthy campaign speech in Florida.
Ari Horowitz vowed he would "throw an intellectual hand grenade on the Democratic debate stage."
"He is trying to prevent Congress from doing its oversight function and we won't accept that," Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) said.
"Rudy Giuliani would have indicted someone who committed the acts that are put out in the Mueller report in a heartbeat," his ex-assistant said.
"Right now, all systems go for the contempt hearing," Representative Jamie Raskin, a Judiciary Committee member, told Newsweek after meeting with the panel's chairman and other members.
"It's important that adults have adult disagreements on adult time, and that they not ultimately hurt kids in the process,' Secretary of Education Betsy Devos said.
Rick Scott's lack of "critical thinking + honesty is embarrassing to the institution," the Democratic congresswoman said. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has "embarrassed [Democrats] to the point of irrelevance already," the GOP senator fired back.
"I have determined that the Committee's request lacks a legitimate legislative purpose, and… the Department is therefore not authorized to disclose the requested returns and return information," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
CNN host Brian Stelter criticized the president for tweeting support for far-right figures banned by Facebook over content containing "violence and hate."
Democrats "have stollen [sic] two years of my (our) Presidency (Collusion Delusion) that we will never be able to get back," Trump tweeted on Sunday.
"One of my staffers went out the night before and got some KFC," Rep. Steve Cohen (Tenn.) said. "Another staffer brought in the porcelain ceramic chicken."
"It's time to investigate the beginning of the coup and who in the DOJ, FBI and White House signed on to prevent and overturn the will of the American people. Grab your popcorn, folks. It's showtime," Pirro said.
"Give it a try & tell us how much of your student loan debt will be cancelled," the senator tweeted.
Barr "made an active choice to torch his integrity and public credibility," Susan Hennessey wrote.
"Mueller's letter shows that Attorney General Barr has always been the chief propagandist for President Trump. His four-page letter totally misled Congress and the public," said Senator Chris Van Hollen on Twitter. "He should resign immediately."
Special counsel Robert Mueller "expressed frustration over the lack of context and the resulting media coverage regarding the special counsel's obstruction analysis," a Justice Department spokesperson said.
U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan sided with Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday by allowing their broader definition of "emolument" over the narrow one Trump's legal team used.
"The chaotic state of the Department of Homeland Security is so troubling," remarked New York Congresswoman and Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Nita Lowey to McAleenan. "It seems like the car is driving off the cliff with no one to take the wheel. Although, I guess, Mr. Secretary, you are now the driver. Congratulations."
"The good news for Mayor Pete Buttigieg is that voters seem ready to accept a gay man as president," said the assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.
When Fox News host Neil Cavuto repeatedly asked the head of the Republican National Committee if Republicans had a health care plan, the chairman responded with a rant against Democrats.
"Our immigration and asylum system is in crisis as a consequence of the mass migration of aliens across our southern border," a memo from President Donald Trump declared.
Biden's endorsement of a public option comes after Bernie Sanders, another Democratic presidential candidate, reintroduced his Medicare for All plan earlier this month.
"What would be truly heroic is if Disney used its profits from Avengers to pay all of its workers a middle class wage," Sanders tweeted.
"One woman can be ignored, two can be dismissed, but together, we're a supermajority, and we're unstoppable," according to Supermajority, a political organization founded by three prominent activists.
Lugar served for 36 years in the Senate between 1977 to 2013, during which he became one of the most influential voices on foreign policy in the Republican Party. On Sunday morning the former Indiana Senator passed away at the age of 87 after a short illness.
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."