"Rest in peace," Rick Tyler said. "It's over. The problem is that the Republican Party has no grounding governing philosophy anymore."
"That sounds a lot like a certain leader that killed members of my family and about six million other Jews in the 1940s," Samantha Vinograd said.
Donald Trump has previously denied reporting that he mocked Jeff Sessions as a "dumb Southerner."
Cindy and Meghan McCain responded to the comments.
Conservative commentator Candace Owens discussed the black vote and criticized Senator Kamala Harris during her speech at CPAC.
The Green New Deal, claimed Gorka, is a "Watermelon. Green on the outside, deep, deep red communist on the inside."
The rancorous debate on CNN mirrored conversations happening across cable news stations, as surrogates of the president denounced Wolf's cutting jokes but were forced to reconcile them with the president's own history of insulting opponents.
Republican awards honoring conservative African Americans were absent the party's first black chairman.
"I'm disappointed about our side about being silent about serial harassers and abusers, including the one sitting in the White House," Mona Charen said at CPAC.
"She has the appropriate access to brief the president" of South Korea, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said of Ivanka Trump.
A social media firestorm encouraged car companies and other businesses to end discount programs for NRA members.
Hannity invited his audience into the parallel universe that constitutes Fox News prime time programming.
The NRA's Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch defended the organization amid widespread outrage after last week's school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Can Donald Trump save the Republican Party? Or will his controversial presidency lead to a massive GOP defeat in 2018?
The annual conservative lovefest blessed Trumpism but next week the real legislating begins.