Senator John Kennedy said the president wanted to "tax, spend, and regulate America into neo-socialism."
The Republican senator said a global vaccination effort would "show the world what American leadership is all about."
The Republican said the president was to the left of Soviet revolutionary Vladimir Lenin.
Before passing legislation to curb hate crimes against Asian and Pacific Island Americans, Senate Democrats stopped Republicans from including discrimination against Asian Americans in college admissions.
Abrams was challenged by Kennedy to list specific provisions that she did not agree with—and she did.
In his arguments against the Democratic-led COVID-19 relief bill, Republican Sen. John Kennedy made an analogy referring to film mogul and convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein.
"As we rebuild America and lift up those who have been left behind, the Rhode Islanders I have come to know will always be at the top of my mind," her resignation letter stated.
"This is not a coronavirus bill," Kennedy said. "This is a left of Lenin, neo-socialist wish list. I mean it's just ... it is chock full of spending porn."
Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, James Lankford of Oklahoma and John Kennedy of Louisiana will face voters in 2022.
"They're very well-versed in the stuff they make up," Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana said.
Kennedy questioned the deadliness of COVID-19 even as his home state registers record deaths from the virus.
"There are some people who want to keep our schools closed because they think it gives them a political advantage," Senator John Kennedy said.
The legislators have hailed the order as a way to defend American jobs and lives during the coronavirus epidemic.
Senator John Kennedy told Fox News host Sean Hannity there is "a lot of hysteria" about the potential testimony of President Donald Trump's former national security advisor.
Senator John Kennedy said the proposed restrictions on reporters during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump were a "huge mistake" and that if senators "don't want to make a comment, they know how to say 'no comment.'"
"I think Senator McConnell is entitled to his opinion and his approach, so is Senator Murkowski," Kennedy told CNN.
Kennedy said that when it comes to actually reducing spending, lawmakers from both parties "don't want to hear about it."
Republican Senator John Kennedy strongly rebuked Ocasio-Cortez's comments about migrant detention centers. "Her hypocrisy is breathtaking," he said.
"I hope that the Iranian people demand better leadership, but we'll have to wait and see," the senator told Fox News.
"Mr. Neal wants to screw with the president," the Republican lawmaker said, siding with Team Trump.
"He's always played at the margins," said GOP Senator John Kennedy.
"I'm pretty sure that joke screams national emergency," Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) said.
"Walls are placed strategically, along with what the speaker talked about, better technology at ports of entry, more border control agents, more detention beds, drones," said Senator John Kennedy.
Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana criticized Democrats looking into allegations against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
"Did you ever get in trouble? Were you more of a John Boy Walton-type or a Ferris Bueller-type?" Sen. John Kennedy asked Kavanaugh.
President Trump has indicated that he intends to release the memo.