"They will vote to surrender military spending projects in their own home states and districts to avoid displeasing him," Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank wrote.
"The best part about the GOP-Fox propaganda machine is that Republican congressmen actually believe + consume it uncritically, get duped themselves, which lead them to make statements like this," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted, referring to a statement by Representative Devin Nunes.
"What we should be doing is focusing on technology, manpower and physical barriers where it makes sense," said Republican Congressman Will Hurd from Texas.
Around 75 percent of Republican voters said white Americans are subjected to discrimination, while only 38 percent of Democrats and 55 percent of independents agreed.
GOP members criticize "watered down" text that failed to mention congresswoman Ilhan Omar by name.
"Saudi Arabia has engaged in acts that are simply not acceptable," Republican Senator Jim Risch said.
The overall trade deficit has risen to a record $891.2 billion, the highest in the country's 243-year history.
The 29-year-old congresswoman has become a lightning rod for Republican criticism.
"These Republican lawmakers have decided to put one man, Donald Trump, before everything else," S.E. Cupp alleged.
"Rest in peace," Rick Tyler said. "It's over. The problem is that the Republican Party has no grounding governing philosophy anymore."
"Our oath is to put the country and its Constitution above everything, including party politics or loyalty to a president," the former lawmakers wrote.
"There's a lot of anxiety," a GOP donor reportedly said about President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign plan.
"I don't think that the emergency declaration law was written to deal with things the president asked the Congress to do and then the Congress didn't do," said Republican Senator Roy Blunt.
Rep. Omar's tweet was deeply regrettable and she was right to apologize. But the call for her resignation from a president who's party is dominated by white nationalists is clearly in bad faith.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's critics have paid for a billboard in New York City's Times Square that blames the congresswoman for single-handedly bringing down a major deal between Amazon and New York.
"If it is good enough for our president, whom I support 100 percent, then it is good enough for me as well."
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said that the kids would eventually get the school "but right now we've got a national emergency on our hands."
"This is the first time a president has tried to declare an emergency when Congress explicitly rejected funding for the particular project that the president is advocating," Schiff explained.
"Knock, knock Republicans, anybody home?" S.E. Cupp asked. "Any Republicans in Washington have a problem with this?"
Wisconsin Republicans say they're blocking a Black History Month resolution for including Colin Kaepernick "for obvious reasons."
"We're only getting stronger together," the poster declares, with a striking resemblance to the 2016 Clinton campaign's main slogan.