"I've been telling people, if we want to keep the Republican party in Texas, the Republican party in Texas needs to start looking like Texas," the Congressman said.
A new poll conducted by the Washington Post and ABC News shows President Donald Trump's approval rating at 44 percent, the highest it's ever been during his presidency.
"And the company's being paid $750 a day to lock up children, no incentive to get them into homes," Senator Jeff Merkley said.
"I believe I have to use my skills, my public influence, where it serves the country best, and I believe I have to defend the Constitution in whichever way works best," said the Michigan congressman.
"The British public would expect our ambassadors to provide ministers with an honest, unvarnished assessment of the politics in their country," a spokesperson for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said.
A witness reportedly saw FBI agents knock down 66-year-old Epstein's Manhattan townhouse door at roughly 5:30 p.m. local time on Saturday evening.
"We'd rather hear from the team of under-15-year-old boys who beat them," Coulter tweeted, including a link to an interview Team USA's Ali Kreiger gave to CNN on July 4 about the ongoing controversy surrounding the women's soccer team.
Rasmussen Reports has given Trump generous approval ratings, but in a new head-to-head matchup, they found Biden besting him in 2020.
Piers Morgan blasted the "arrogance" of U.S. women's soccer star Megan Rapinoe, citing reports she and a majority of players won't visit the White House should they win the World Cup Sunday.
The president claimed "China and other countries" are "begging" for Biden to win.
Trump dismissed reports of human rights abuses at the facilities, claiming they are being run "beautifully" despite a slew or reports suggesting otherwise.
The first lady wore a white dress with rainbow stripes with bright fuschia heels just four days after the end of Pride month in June.
"I'm not grooming her for office," President Trump added about his daughter and senior White House adviser.
"Actually, in the middle of that sentence, it went out," Trump told reporters on Friday, explaining his Revolutionary War airport blunder.
"No matter your circumstance, I'm asking you to join me in rejecting the partisan loyalties and rhetoric that divide and dehumanize us," Amash wrote in an op-ed explaining his decision to leave the GOP.
"We're thinking about doing that," Trump said of an executive order. "It's one of the ways—we have four or five ways we could do it. We're doing well on the census."
The nation built on freedom to dissent is trying to break a dissident who rebelled in the name of freedom.
Only in the Trump era could such a potent symbol of freedom as the Statue of Liberty be appropriated by a dictatorship like Saudi Arabia.
The founders weren't exactly free traders.
"This is exactly what they wanted to happen. This is exactly what President Trump wanted to happen," said Texas Representative Diego Bernal.
The president said the army "manned the air, it rammed the ramparts, it took over the airports, it did everything it had to do."
In his Fourth of July speech, President Donald Trump called on America's young people to "make a truly great statement" and sign up to the armed forces.
"Oh, for heaven's sake. Trump is always hiding behind walls and chain link fences. It's almost a fetish for him," Twitter user @hiareth wrote.
U.S. Capitol Police reportedly evacuated the west front of the U.S. Capitol ahead of Trump's planned Independence Day event.
The White House this week said the president's speech would steer clear of being a political rally, but there were some subtle jabs at Democrats.
After Trump deleted a tweet where he mistakenly referred to Air Force One as "Aircraft One," Conway shared a link to the description of a Russian state TV documentary about Vladimir Putin's plane called "Aircraft One."
"We just don't do parades," a Marine Corps veteran said. "There's no tactical training value in that."
About an hour later, the Fox Business host shared another tweet, writing: "God Bless America and our Great President!"
"We are modest people who represent the dreams of the 11 million undocumented men, women and children who live and work in this country," the group of ex-staff wrote in a letter to Trump.