"She would have been a legitimate target for FISA [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act] surveillance," Asha Rangappa explained. "Anyone talking to her at that time would be captured on that as well."
"What they call the membrane around Trump is failing, and the membrane is the group of people they put around Trump to protect him from himself," David Brooks told PBS News Hour.
The GOP politician from Tennessee slammed the White House's response to Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
"We have to step up our game," Republican Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida said.
"20 journalists have been killed in Mexico. You don't think it happens in Turkey and China?," Republican Rep. Chris Stewart said.
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus posted online that "this effort is disgraceful and un-American, and Republicans in Tarrant County should defeat it handily."
"No GOP member gets to pretend this 'doesn't represent' them unless they disavow it," Ocasio-Cortez said.
"To the representative from Lombard, I would like to make him a broth of Legionella and pump it into the water system of his loved one so that they can be infected, they can be mistreated, they can sit and suffer by getting aspirin instead of being properly treated and ultimately die."
Republican Senator John Cornyn indicated GOP lawmakers could be open to voting on protecting special counsel Robert Mueller—for a price.
"Look, we need different leadership ― there isn't any question about it," Kasich told This Week host George Stephanopoulos. "I'm worried about our country," he said.
"Republics aren't healthy when people use words like treason about policy debates. That's a pretty messed up worldview."
"If Sessions wants to run I expect them [the White House] to pick them a candidate and bash Sessions for a year-and-a-half."
Republican lawmakers in Michigan, North Carolina and Wisconsin are taking steps to curb Democrats power before their state governments transition in January.
This hack @BrianKempGA is the next 'governor*' of Georgia. But he cheated & undermined democracy every step of the way," John Weavers, a top GOP strategist, wrote on Twitter.
About seven in 10 American voters—and four in 10 Republicans—want Trump to face a primary challenge, a new poll has shown.
Many of the House districts flipped by Democrats had high levels of college-educated voters.
"I am one of those mail in ballots," McCain wrote on Twitter on Thursday.
"They've fallen into this bucket where they feel they can peddle, or at least stay silent on, inherent racism, misogynistic language, and bad behavior."
"I didn't mind him asking me questions about an attempted burglary but why are you asking me if I have a peddler's license? I'm not selling anything."
"They probably wasted thousands upon thousands of dollars on those videos and they came across as flimsy," the anonymous video creator said of GOP ad efforts.
"You are a despicable divider; the worse social poison to afflict our country in decades," Al Cardenas wrote on Twitter about Trump's latest attack ad against Democrats.
"Are Democrats still lulling themselves into believing that they will win simply because Trump is abhorrent and history is on their side? That was not enough in 2016," Mika Brzezinski said.