"This guy's unfit! He lies every time he opens his mouth," Joe Walsh said.
President Trump has been talking in private about buying Greenland for over a year, according to a report by the New York Times.
Dr. Lance Dodes was one of the first mental health professionals who questioned Donald Trump's stability.
"I was censored for my beliefs," Katie Williams told Newsweek.
"'Can I give it to myself anyway?'" the president continued, prompting laughter from the audience. "They said, 'I don't think that's a good idea.'"
ABC made its Season 28 roster announcement Wednesday morning, and it did not take Twitter very long to respond with a boycott threat once Spicer's name was revealed.
As more House Democrats come out in support of an impeachment inquiry, some of them have been the targets of an orchestrated effort by a coalition of the country's largest liberal activist groups.
In the wake of both shootings, Dr. Arthur Evans, CEO of the American Psychological Association, dismissed attempts to link mental health to America's gun violence epidemic.
"Today's news should be welcomed by the 2020 Democrats, who last year made clear that keeping families together should be a top government priority when it comes to illegal immigration," Trump's 2020 reelection campaign said.
Despite the president's desire to eliminate the law via executive order, Constitutional scholars have said Trump doing so will be a violation of the U.S. Constitution and the 14th Amendment.
Newly Independent Michigan congressman Justin Amash said partisan dysfunction and corruption is "much worse" than Netflix's "House of Cards."
"The relationship between the State of Israel and the United States is a link between peoples, which relies on historical ties, deep and strong friendships and shared values," Israeli President Reuven Rivlin told Nancy Pelosi.
The president doubled down on his second coming comments, telling reporters that when it comes to trade relations with China, "I am the chosen one."
"The tax cut that the president passed has thus far remained the most unpopular tax cut in the history of polling," said former Obama economic advisor Austan Goolsbee.
"I'm not going to name names," Delaney told reporters when asked which Democrats specifically he believed had cheered on a possible recession.
The news comes as Trump says he's considering tax cuts, a move that would likely further raise the deficit, and a massive bipartisan budget deal struck between Congress and the president that increases spending.
"She's not talking to me, she's talking to the United States of America, you don't talk to the United States that way, at least not under me," Donald Trump said of Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen.
"The Jewish community is less safe than it was three years ago," Ron Klein asserted.
"The underlying consumer is doing well and making more money. More importantly, they're spending more money."
The Flores Agreement began as a class-action lawsuit in 1985, filed on behalf of Jenny Lisette Flores, Alma Yanira Cruz and two other girls after their experience in a motel in Pasadena, California while in federal custody as unaccompanied migrant children.
Among registered women voters, 62 percent in the survey opted for the Democratic candidate while just 30 percent selected Trump.
Many American Jewish groups and lawmakers have called out the president's comment as anti-Semitic.
Rufus Gifford served as the American ambassador during Barack Obama's second term.
The spoof of "West Side Story" sees Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib confront the president in the White House.
Trump was condemned for remarks he made in the Oval Office which critics say used the anti-Semitic trope of Jewish Americans having dual loyalty to the U.S. and Israel.
While the Danish government had immediately dismissed the idea of a sale, it was prepared to discuss closer ties with Washington over the American presence on the world's largest island.
The latest poll, which surveyed 17,000 registered Democratic voters over the last week, found O'Rourke's chances at the presidency stagnant and weak.
"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.