You'll get the best of both worlds.
"AOC–All Out Crazy–wants to establish a new Soviet Republic," Ocasio-Cortez challenger Rich Valdes said.
The White House released a statement encouraging respect for "freedom of expression and freedom of the press."
"We just finished construction on this beauty and I'm loving all the storage and space in this home."
A member of the House Judiciary Committee said Special Counsel Robert Mueller had reached a tentative agreement to testify in front of the panel on May 15, but then walked that claim back only hours later.
"The press needs to understand that the old rules don't apply anymore," New York University professor Tad Devine told Newsweek.
"What Klein said is an outright lie," the Deputy Director of Jewish Voice for Peace told Newsweek.
Attorney General William Barr will appear before members of the House Appropriations Committee to discuss President Donald Trump's 2020 budget request for the Department of Justice.
House Democrats requested six years' worth of the president's tax returns through the IRS and began the process to subpoena the full and unredacted Mueller report.
The state Senate must now clear the bill before it becomes law.
"No Collusion, No Obstruction, Complete and Total EXONERATION. KEEP AMERICA GREAT!" Trump tweeted, despite the fact that the report did not exonerate him.
Attorney General William Barr intends to inform Congress over the weekend about special counsel Robert Mueller's conclusions in the probe.
"I'm very concerned about the carry and storage of these weapons. And we think that's one of the reasons why we think this legislation is worrisome."
"Makes us all look good and doesn't matter," Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday morning about the House of Representatives vote to make the Mueller report available to the public.
Representative Brad Sherman, a California Democrat, said impeachment would not be possible "until Sean Hannity calls for us to remove this president. Or until Laura Ingraham does."
"I think she has a different experience in the use of words," Pelosi said.
"She knows everyone. She knows the role they play. She knows who said what and when," Omarosa Manigault Newman told MSNBC's Chris Matthews
"We can have ideological differences and that's fine. But these tactics allow a small group to force the other 200+ members into actions that the majority disagree with."
Beto O'Rourke, a potential 2020 presidential candidate, hailed the passage of a bill that would require background checks on all gun sales.
Trump's attorneys told The New York Times that the notes were a jewel in special counsel Robert Mueller's evidence that President Donald Trump may have obstructed justice.
Hiring people, including the homeless, to stand in line before congressional hearings is seemingly a common occurrence in Washington.
"Why doesn't the president just run a private investigation onto Adam Schiff?" Brian Kilmeade asked.