"There is no constitutional right to endanger other people, which is why we can regulate smoking," Mayor Dan Gelber said.
With polls favoring Democratic candidate Joe Biden over Donald Trump, the president faces the prospect of lawmakers turning against him.
"Whether it's Xi of China, whether it's Putin, you don't get bad words against them from the Twitter handle," Congressman Adam Kinzinger said.
The president's son made the remarks during an interview with Fox Business, suggesting that people should wear face coverings during the Republican National Convention in August.
"You know, real men wear masks," the Speaker of the House said.
Chuck Grassley echoed one of Trump's frequent criticisms against Fox News by asking if the cable news network has any loyalty to the president.
Some observers fear that the presence of the Chinese nationals at GOP events represented an attempt by the Chinese government to influence the U.S. government.
Now is the perfect time for Republicans to finally focus on reaching out to black voters.
The wealthy emirate of Qatar attempts to purchase influence all across the Republican Party.
Steve King, who had served nine times in the House, was defeated by Randy Feenstra on Tuesday night.
"As much as we want the conditions surrounding COVID-19 to be favorable enough for you to hold the Convention you describe in late August, it is very unlikely," North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper wrote Tuesday.
Both Republicans and Democrats should recognize that the platform is simply a potential political millstone traditionally hung around candidates' necks.
North Carolina's governor has warned President Donald Trump that it's "very unlikely" he will get to hold the full-scale GOP convention he wants in Charlotte in August.
"There is a fundamental—a Constitutional—right to protest," Senator Ben Sasse said.
"I think it's just the opposite of the message that should have been coming out of the White House," the Maryland governor said.
Police are investigating "aggravated assault and criminal damage" to a GOP field office after an unknown object broke a window during a Trump campaign gathering.
Overall, support for the unproven treatment declined among all voters, according to new polling.
"The maliciously false attacks on our campaign based on old social media posts being attributed to me are Fake News," California congressional candidate Ted Howze said.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell indicated that he may be ready to move forward with another coronavirus relief package soon after a host of Republican senators called for new legislation that he had previously sought to put a "pause" on.
GOP U.S. Senate nominee Jo Rae Perkins issued a statement Thursday insisting that she was "taken out of context" by the "fake news" after she posted a video to Twitter thanking those involved with the QAnon conspiracy theory on Tuesday.
The GOP incumbent is now down by double digits against her Democratic challenger.
China has condemned legislation proposed and lawsuits filed against Beijing seeking damages for the deaths and economic distress caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
"I would trust the guy who's one of our nation's top public health experts, not the one who pondered injecting disinfectant into the body and looked directly at a solar eclipse," Biden wrote.
House Democrats want to send another round of $1,200 payments, and President Trump has suggested he is open to the idea.
GOP incumbents in Arizona, North Carolina, Colorado and Maine are lagging behind their Democratic challengers in recent polls.
Democrats need to pick up four seats and maintain all their current seats in order to wrestle control of the Senate from Republicans in November.
"Congressman Harris, I'm not sure where he woke up yesterday morning, but maybe he confused North Korea and South Korea," Governor Larry Hogan quipped.
"I think we are at that crossroads where this kind of change can happen," the congressman from Michigan said, discussing his bid for the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination.
"Why can't we go to any store?" Dan Patrick asked during an appearance on Fox News' 'America's Newsroom.'
Trump has claimed that his remarks about injecting disinfectant were "sarcastic."