"For anyone who needs reminding of how a lot of Republicans like me were raised and how we view the world," McCain tweeted.
"Lying liar who lies disavows...," Claude Taylor tweeted.
"At home and abroad we're working to help women entrepreneurs thrive," Ivanka Trump tweeted five days after her father's racist tweets.
"Donald Trump told Ilhan Omar to 'Go Back Home' well she lands in Minnesota at 5pm," the event said. "So let's welcome her back to her home Minnesota's 5th congressional district."
"I don't think it's racist to say," Graham said. "What this is about to me is that these four congresswoman, in their own way, have been incredibly provocative."
"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 just thought this would be an opportunity to spread a positive message," said Matthew Scully, owner of The Scullery restaurant in Greenville, North Carolina.
Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump chanted "send her back" about Rep. Ilhan Omar, a progressive Democrat who arrived in America as a child refugee.
"We are facing an emergency," Yale philosophy professor Jason Stanley warned.
The crowd at Trump's rally on Wednesday night changed "Send her back! Send her back!" as the president continued his attacks on Rep. Ilhan Omar.
"What's up with the many empty seats at the Trump rally in #GreenvilleNC? #TrumpFail," Twitter user William Ferrall tweeted, alongside an image of the rally with empty seats circled in red.
President Trump continued his attacks on Omar during his campaign rally in North Carolina on Wednesday evening as his supporters chanted "Send her back!"
The president railed into members of the "Squad' and said BS at his rally Wednesday night in Greenville.
"I'm telling you, 95 percent of this country is behind him in this message. I mean, people love this nation," Eric Trump said as the president continues to fight off criticism of racist rhetoric he levelled against four Democratic lawmakers.
Some Democrats worry an impeachment vote imperils moderate and swing district members, while unfinished congressional probes lack support from leadership.
"And as far as I'm concerned, he's a coward," Kamala Harris said about Donald Trump and his racist remarks against Democratic congresswomen.
"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."
Pennsylvania GOP congressman Mike Kelly vigorously defended President Donald Trump from accusations of racism, calling on Americans to have "thicker skin" and declaring himself "a person of color."
"A merit-based approach makes sense, and most of our members agree with that. But ... it's gonna be a very heavy lift," the Senate Majority whip said.
"I love the tweet. If you don't love our country, get out, leave," Eric Trump told Fox & Friends.
MSNBC aired archive footage Wednesday showing Donald Trump joking, laughing and dancing with Jeffrey Epstein at a 1992 party at his Mar-a-Lago estate.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif gave an interview in New York City, where he is under tight visa restrictions, during a visit to the United Nations.
George Conway is a prominent Trump critic, and wrote an op-ed this week branding the president a racist.
First lady Melania Trump has been a U.S. citizen since 2006, six years less than Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar who was targeted by the president's tweets.
Just four House Republicans and the chamber's sole independent joined 235 Democrats in voting to denounce President Donald Trump's racist comments against four congresswomen, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
"You have to think about it! You have to think about whether or not you would support a racist! Really!"
Elsa Alcala said the president's recent verbiage in attacking the "four women of color" serving in the House of Representatives was the final straw.
Ken Starr criticized Democrats using impeachment as a "first resort" and blamed the polarized reaction to Trump's comments toward four freshman congresswomen on no "unifying force" such as a "foreign enemy."
Lara Trump, the president's daughter-in-law and one of the key leaders of the campaign, launched "Women for Trump" at a King of Prussia casino in the Philadelphia suburbs on Tuesday.
Thomas Jaworek, the conservative mayor of Kallstadt, Germany, encouraged Trump to revisit his foreign roots to enrich his views on migration, citizenship and belonging.