Nearly twice as many supporters of the president said they are "very enthusiastic" about their candidate, compared to those backing the former vice president.
Texas Republican congressional candidate Kathaleen Wall thanked Governor Greg Abbott for signing an executive order last week that deemed abortions "medically unnecessary."
"We're just trying to take the best advice we can from the scientists and all the experts," Maryland's Governor Larry Hogan explained.
Both Democratic contenders have strongly criticized Trump's handling of the government response to the coronavirus pandemic.
"Every part of government has to start telling people: 'Take some personal responsibility here. Don't infect other people,'" Rick Scott warned.
"We need to get a handle on the spread otherwise we're going to be in the same situation as Italy, and that's not so far off," Dr. Nicole Saphier cautioned.
"Not just for NYC, but everywhere," the Republican senator tweeted, sharing advice posted by Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The Democratic challenger is now ahead of the GOP senator by 7 points.
Jordan blamed U.S. disunity on Democrats who supported Colin Kaepernick's kneeling protests and Congresswoman Maxine Waters' rallying cries of "no peace, no sleep" for Trump administration members in public.
Representatives Gil Cisneros and Jennifer Wexton joined a slew of current and former lawmakers in backing the former vice president just ahead of Super Tuesday.
The Vermont senator made political history Saturday with his Nevada caucuses victory, becoming the first candidate from either party to win the popular vote in all three early states.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the actor-director voiced support for the former New York City mayor, and criticized the president for tweeting and name-calling.
Sheldon Adelson, whose wealth is estimated at $39.2 billion, is one of the Republican Party's most prominent donors.
Tennessee GOP state representative Andrew Holt penned a three-page House Joint Resolution which offered gushing praise of the president and listed off dozens of accomplishments worthy of public congratulation.
"What is this stuff that he's condemning stop-and-frisk?" Trump's personal lawyer asked.
"There are parallels between the Never-Trump concerns and the growing concerns of Never-Sanders Democrats," S.E. Cupp said.
In a rare Republican rebuke of President Donald Trump, Vermont Governor Phil Scott endorsed challenger Bill Weld in the upcoming March 3 state primary.
"It's bipartisan," Joni Ernst said. "Iowa launched Barack Obama a number of years ago."
"I think Susan Collins probably got in more of a jam than anybody else," conservative radio host Howie Carr told 'Fox & Friends.'
The president also claimed at the event that "tens of thousands" were waiting outside.
More than 43 percent of voters disapprove of the Senate convicting and removing President Donald Trump from office, a new poll by Morning Consult showed.
"I don't understand why some folks run as if the internet doesn't exist," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
The Eastern Arizona Courier compared the senator's behavior to "name-calling like a third-grader on the playground."
A new poll shows that 71 percent of Republicans believe that witnesses should testify during Trump's impeachment trial.
"They are not articles of impeachment. The articles of impeachment are two non-criminal actions," the retired Harvard law professor argued.
Senator Martha McSally called a CNN reporter a "liberal hack" on Thursday.
The open letter noted that many young people are leaving the church because they see Christianity being "hijacked by those who are thirsty for political power."
The independent Michigan congressman joined several Republican lawmakers in blasting the strike on Iranian general Qassem Soleimani without Congress' approval.
Maine Senator Susan Collins is the second Republican to criticize Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his pre-impeachment trial comments about being in "total coordination" with President Donald Trump.