"This is one of those hearings where the written transcript will be much more damning," former GOP congressman David Jolly said.
The two Republicans are looking to flip the 26th Congressional District seat, which is currently occupied by Democratic Representative Debbie Mucarsel-Powell.
Kassy Dillon said that "results are more important than rhetoric" and that Trump's achievements to date mean he will keep her vote in 2020.
"This is reason enough not to vote for Trump, among the other 836,297 reasons not to vote for him," Chase wrote on Facebook.
Trump announced Bolton's departure on Twitter on Tuesday, saying he had disagreed with "many" of his adviser's suggestions.
President Donald Trump recycled his own "Three Stooges" insult against a trio of Republican Party members running against him in the upcoming 2020 GOP presidential primary.
"It's an awfully anti-Democratic process that's being suggested by the party," former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford said.
"The real 2024 primary will be between Donald J Trump, Jr. and everyone else," Rick Wilson said. "It's becoming more obvious by the day."
Peter Meijer, a Republican candidate for Congress in Michigan, canceled a performance by the group Drag Syndrome because people with Down syndrome are "special souls" who need to be "protected."
Sean Duffy announced Monday he'd retire from his role as a congressman because of his unborn baby's health.
"And the focus ought to be on a society that follows the law," David Avella said.
"It is not mearly [sic] an antisemitic dog whistle — it's a bullhorn to his white nationalist base," the progressive Jewish-American group IfNotNow told Newsweek in a statement.
"My aim is to win the New Hampshire primary and if that happens, I think all bets are off," said former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld.
"We don't need four more years of that," Pompeo, who would become Trump's Secretary of State, said at the time.
"What kind of tractor you reckon that takes?"
I'm an immigration lawyer, former military and a life-long Republican. But Trump may have changed the party's DNA beyond repair.
Susan Del Percio slammed the president for showing "absolutely no heart whatsoever" in his address following two weekend mass shootings.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz was berated at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday as a group of people recognized him before banding together and chanting their disapproval of the Republican lawmaker.
"I, uh, I, look I — I didn't do the tweets, Chuck. I can't talk about why he did what he did," Rick Scott told Meet the Press Sunday.
Critics of President Trump and his labeling of Baltimore as "disgusting" began posting pictures to social media showing Republican-controlled areas rife with homelessness, poverty and masses of garbage.
"This is not patriotism. This is division. This is pure racism and marginalizing people who happen to have some criticisms of this country," S.E. Cupp said.
"Shame on him. That's not even about politics anymore. We're talking about being a good human being," John Feal said.
"It's idiotic what they're saying," Peaches McGuire Coates argued on CNN. "So it doesn't matter whether they're white, man, woman, brown, yellow, anything."
"Cheering on America to own the libs," the NRCC tweeted, after sharing a video of a Colin Kaepernick interception Tuesday.
"I have been in political coup attempts. I have been held hostage overseas. I have been jailed politically overseas," Oregon state senator Brian Boquist.
GOP Senator Tom Cotton said he supports a military strike against Iran in the wake of attacks against commercial oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week.
"They're talking about banning airplanes in 10 years," Elizabeth Harrington inaccurately claimed. "The Democrat is pushing a radical agenda."
"There's a lot of money that historically has flowed from Gulf state individuals to the Trump family fortune," Senator Chris Murphy said, "and that has to be part of the explanation as to why they continue to bend over backwards to try to make the Saudis happy."
"Just like you have a right to remain silent when you're arrested, you have a right to remain silent when the census comes," Andrew Napolitano explained.