The president did get an approval rating boost from a poll over the weekend.
"This online community is bigger than the NRA," Need to Impeach founder Tom Steyer said.
The U.S. national intelligence community is concerned, but actual interference has not yet been proven.
"It was OK for Americans to join the Taliban to fight against us," McSally said.
Sanders, 77, will hit California, Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Colorado and Nevada on his October tour of presidential swing states.
"I can't jog around the city with headphones on my ears, I can't speak out against my rapist after 35 years, I can't be taken seriously if I'm holding back tears and I can ever speak earnestly about all these fears," sings Stewart.
There was no evidence to suggest that Democrats want to turn the U.S. into Venezuela, or that large numbers of Democrats would vote Republican.
Polls last month had offered a major boost to Beto O'Rourke's hopes, but that was before the Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination fight.
"We will never surrender American sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable global bureaucracy. America is governed by Americans," Trump said during a U.N. speech last week.
The poll is less than encouraging news for Republicans ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
Recent polls showed that standing by Brett Kavanaugh had damaged President Donald Trump's approval rating among women.
President Donald Trump said that he believed his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, but could be convinced otherwise by testimony during Thursday's Senate hearing.
Nobody in the Trump administration has been held accountable for creating this humanitarian disaster.
"Democrats have lost elections across this country trying to relive 1992," said Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams
The platform told Congress it "offered identical support to both the Trump and Clinton campaigns" in 2016.
The new poll contrasted with one from a day earlier that showed Ted Cruz with a nine-point lead.
"I wasn't likely to vote for Cruz before, but certainly not now," one recipient of the mailer told Newsweek.
"It's just going to be chaos," Kevin McCarthy said.
"The Midwest is an area that is getting restless about what they hoped was going to occur," the director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion said.
"It's always tempting for politicians, for their own gain and for people in power, to try to see if they can divide people," Obama said.