Doug LaMalfa told CNN's Chris Cuomo that "we still don't know what the intelligence folks have in there" regarding the election.
"He will never put himself in a position where he can lose like this again, first of all," Mary Trump told CNN.
The latest polls show that the GOP could lose control of both the presidency and the Senate, as well as taking a beating in the House.
Ice Cube said Friday that he was "willing to work with whoever is willing to work with me" on solving racial inequality issues, such as the wealth gap.
The CNN host drew on his own COVID experience to try and understand President Trump's recent behavior.
"I've actually been ban from @CNN for a few months so I was surprised they even asked," the actor Tweeted on Thursday announcing he wouldn't be interviewed on Chris Cuomo's show tonight.
Over pictures of the president on the White House balcony, the CNN anchor said: "How much bullshit do you need in your life?"
During the interview, it was asked whether it's wise to place the president on an experimental drug that could have adverse side effects.
"You actually wonder why you don't have a lot of Republicans that want to come on your show," Cruz responded.
Ex-national security adviser told CNN that Trump should tell the American people the truth about the coronavirus.
The Fox News host played a recording he said featured a conversation between Chris Cuomo and ex-lawyer for President Donald Trump Michael Cohen.
The CNN host was visibly angered by the food products on President Donald Trump's desk which was shared on Instagram.
The attorney for one of the four former police officers charged in the death of George Floyd dismissed that the idea that his client could have done anything differently to save Floyd while questioning why the public "didn't intercede" to prevent Floyd's death.
Cristina Cuomo's online wellness magazine and lifestyle website has been found to spread coronavirus misinformation by sharing bleach bath remedies and high dosages of vitamin C.
Bella Cuomo is already positioned to be a TikTok star.
"This is the dream. Just to be back up here doing normal things," the CNN host said.
Cuomo pointed to symptoms such as "sinus, fever and lethargy" as signs that suggest they could have been infected with the virus, but noted that they "just don't know."
"I'm scared by the potential of this and it frustrates me because I can't get out of this basement," Cuomo said.
"On the night of Passover, I got good news, that I think the worst of this is over for me," the CNN anchor said.
CNN host Chris Cuomo said President Donald Trump calling himself "a cheerleader for this country" when confronted with earlier statements that appeared to minimize the coronavirus threat "the most asinine statement of leadership I have ever heard" on Tuesday.
Broadcasting from his home, the CNN anchor described how he was urged by a medical expert to actively fight the disease.
CNN host Chris Cuomo told his audience Wednesday that the high fever he experienced during a sleepless night while suffering from COVID-19 brought with it a vision of his late father, former New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
"Tonight's show is going to be a little different," the CNN anchor said during his Tuesday show. "I tested positive."
"Cuomo said he'd continue to do his show for as long as he can in isolation from his basement. We respect that, too. So, Godspeed to the Cuomo family. We are rooting for you."
The CNN host said he hopes not to infect his wife and children.
The Vermont senator was outlining his plans during the town hall in South Carolina how he will fund his health program.
The "Cuomo Prime Time" host said Americans should be angry that senators voted not to allow evidence in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Sen. Joe Manchin, a West Virginia Democrat, told CNN's Chris Cuomo that he believes GOP support is waning for allowing witnesses at the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump due to "a tremendous amount of pressure."
The president revisited the insult to describe the CNN host that he has sparred with on social media in 2019.
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo argued Republican congressman Randy Weber about conspiracy theories that claim cybersecurity company CrowdStrike is partially owned by a Ukrainian.