An aide to Ayanna Pressley posted a picture of a sign hanging outside the politician's office in Washington, D.C. that read "Our office stands with Chrissy Teigen."
The spoof of "West Side Story" sees Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib confront the president in the White House.
The flyer shows the four women known as "The Squad" with the verbiage of "Send them back" and "deport the commie brown infestation."
A YouGov poll shows President Donald Trump's net approval rating is worse than those of the progressive Democratic congresswomen he told to "go back."
Michael Goodwin argued that Democrats slamming Trump as "racist" will backfire for the president's opponents.
The sign advertises Cherokee Guns started getting attention on Facebook and has drawn the ire of liberals and gun control advocates.
Democratic strategist Don Calloway said Trump's attacks on the four Democratic lawmakers is "just the shoot-around or the warm up for" Kamala Harris.
"Political jihad is their game," the poster's tagline read. "If you don't agree with their socialist ideology, you're racist."
"This is not patriotism. This is division. This is pure racism and marginalizing people who happen to have some criticisms of this country," S.E. Cupp said.
In an apparent effort to shift the conversation back to policy, Ocasio-Cortez said she and her peers fight to guarantee healthcare, environmental protections, student loan forgiveness and "basic human rights."
"We've had a lot of challenges in this country, but the one that actually almost ended this country in the Civil War was white supremacy,"
"The core element of the president's philosophy is America first," Stephen Miller said.
"This is a referendum on the heart and soul of our country," said the senator and presidential candidate.
Pirro's Saturday comments also raise the specter of whether Fox News will once again distance itself from its pundit's more extreme leanings.
"Now everyone who didn't know about it wants to read the story that you referred to," Conway tweeted.
Officer Charlie Rispoli has been on the Gretna, Louisiana police force since 2005.
"Like a glacier of support is going to break off and float away from him in a way that he doesn't fully understand," Anthony Scaramucci warned.
"We must fight together to defeat the most dangerous president in the history of our country," Sen. Bernie Sanders said.
The president railed into members of the "Squad' and said BS at his rally Wednesday night in Greenville.
"It's idiotic what they're saying," Peaches McGuire Coates argued on CNN. "So it doesn't matter whether they're white, man, woman, brown, yellow, anything."
"I love the tweet. If you don't love our country, get out, leave," Eric Trump told Fox & Friends.
"You're in," the progressive Democratic congresswoman from New York posted to Twitter.
"That's what we hear from authoritarian regimes around the world. It's not what we hear from democracies," Katty Kay warned.
Trump earlier in the day stated it "doesn't concern me" that white nationalists made find common cause in his racist tweets "because many people agree with me."
"We all came here because this is not a country of blood and soil, which Trump thinks, it's a country built around a universal idea that out of many, we make one," Thomas Friedman said.
"They simply do not meet the standard definition of racist, a word so recklessly flung around these days that its actual meaning is being lost," Brit Hume argued.
"For the president of the United States, this country is for white people, period," MSNBC guest Professor Eddie Glaude Jr. said.
President Donald Trump sparked outrage when he tweeted that the congresswomen should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came."
On Sunday, the hashtags #RacistInChief and #TrumpIsARacist began trending on Twitter after Trump urged four progressive Democrats to "go back" to where they came from.
Some Trump supporters "may not even see it as racist" because "they will take that line where it says, 'you can go back and fix it' and then 'come back,'" Salena Zito said.