"It is not mearly [sic] an antisemitic dog whistle — it's a bullhorn to his white nationalist base," the progressive Jewish-American group IfNotNow told Newsweek in a statement.
"I've had enough of empty words from our leaders."
Former vice president said: "One of the things I'm pretty good at is bringing people together."
"There's a lot of money that historically has flowed from Gulf state individuals to the Trump family fortune," Senator Chris Murphy said, "and that has to be part of the explanation as to why they continue to bend over backwards to try to make the Saudis happy."
"That is not what this country was founded upon. This is not what we've been successful upon," former Republican Representative Diane Black argued.
Trump "obstructed justice and then hired an attorney general to clean up the crime scene," Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Cali.) said.
"We are not beyond holding in contempt, sanctioning or even using the Sergeant at Arms to bring someone in," Rep. Stacey Plaskett (D-Virgin Islands) said.
"On behalf of the entire McCain family," she wrote, "Please be respectful to all of us."
Buttigieg argued that "it wouldn't be the first time" that Trump has "lost control of an international dynamic."
We need to stop separating the fact that we're trying to change peoples' lives for the better, but we have an administration that continues to violate the United States Constitution," the progressive Democrat argued.
"It is about illegal aliens getting to vote for Democrats, as they see it, and recreate a Democrat plantation," Gorka told Fox Business.
Former Vice President Joe Biden surged ahead as the top pick for the Democratic party nomination with a 19-point lead over Sanders, the next-closest candidate.
Fox News "got dumped from the Democrats boring debates, and they just want in. They forgot the people who got them there," Trump said.
Actor Paul Rudd impersonated Pete Buttigieg in a skit.
"How the heck did Donald Trump become president in 2016?" Yang said at his rally in New York City.
"No one is having a better time at politics than Donald Trump and AOC," Frank Luntz said.
"Don't you want to reach out to swing voters and go on Fox News?" "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough asked.
Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders took the stage at Howard University to discuss the urgency of climate change action.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer criticized the attacks against Tlaib, saying Republicans "must stop, and they owe her an apology."
The veteran journalist said the situation challenged "whether our institutions are able to function in this country to deal with a president of the United States who is unique in our history, who has nothing but contempt for Democratic traditions and the rule of law."
"[Trump] doesn't seem to understand that a fundamental aspect of his job is to try to make us a more perfect union," the congressman said.
"And Republicans are cutting the power," S.E. Cupp alleged.
Buttigieg subtlety criticized President Trump as someone that cannot deal with change through a Chinese proverb that referenced building windmills and walls.
Two congressional sources claimed that Trump Jr. would not comply with the Senate Intelligence Committee subpoena and would likely cite his First Amendment constitutional right to avoid self-incrimination.
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.
"Are they looking for a redo because they hated seeing the strong NO COLLUSION conclusion? There was no crime," the president insisted on Twitter.
"Violent white supremacists are the most significant domestic terrorism threat facing our nation today," six Democratic senators wrote in a letter sent to Attorney General William Barr on Thursday. "The Trump Administration is not taking this threat as seriously as it should be."
"Many of the people who are targeting the Jewish community for anti-Semitism are also targeting the Muslim community in Islamophobia," Representative Ilhan Omar said.
"It may be we just want to go with fines. But it's either fines and/or prison," the Oversight Committee chairman said.
"Why would you have assaulted the state of New York with a tax reform policy that raised our taxes?" Governor Andrew Cuomo asked.