Gregory Timm, 27, was charged with aggravated assault after the incident at the Kernan Village shopping center in Jacksonville, Florida.
"I'm not trying to demonize Republicans. I'm just saying I feel more comfortable at the moment with the Democratic Party," David Tubiolo said.
"The President looks forward to their continued participation and is confident that the Members will help expeditiously end this brazen political vendetta on behalf of the American people," the White House said.
"If Donald Trump is as beloved as he claims, what are they afraid of?" Bill Weld, one of Trump's GOP challengers, told Newsweek.
The 2020 U.S. census will shape elections for the next decade—and the signs are good for Republicans.
Biden said he would be "clobbered by the press" for saying he considered a Republican running mate, but confirmed that it was true.
The Illinois Republican Party said it's planning an awareness campaign aimed at derailing the 2020 candidacy of an anti-Semitic activist and Holocaust denier who managed to get back on the 3rd Congressional District ballot.
More than 30,000 Trump supporters have learned how best to use social media to promote the president's messaging, McClatchy D.C. reported.
Rep. Mark Meadows, a North Carolina Republican, backed President Donald Trump over the Mueller investigation and now impeachment.
Representative Barry Loudermilk said that Democrats were more unfair to Trump than Pilate was to Jesus Christ.
The Republican Party has responded to claims that two Jackson Township GOP members published anti-Semitic posts on Facebook.
The Pew survey also provides evidence for the notion that media bubbles are creating an environment for partisans to reinforce their existing preferences.
"Make up your minds, whose side are you on? The gun lobby, or the children who are getting gunned down in this country every single day?"
The House is likely to impeach President Donald Trump but whether the GOP-controlled Senate will convict him is an open question.
Republican men, specifically, were the least inclined to do anything in their personal lives to protect the environment.
David Jolly, a former Florida congressman, asserted that the Republican Party has "abandoned the truth and failed the American people."
Slade Gorton said members of his party are betraying the country and the Constitution by refusing to accept that Trump should be impeached for shaking down Ukraine.
Scratch beneath the surface in recent elections, and you'll see the center-right is alive and well.
The 38-second video features footage from Ambassador Gordon Sondland's public testimony, during which he confirmed a quid pro quo agreement.
Mitt Romney, Joni Ernst, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski: If more than a couple of GOP senators say they intend to vote against Trump, a flood of Republican senators could turn against the president.
Longtime Republicans are embarrassed to be associated with the party during the Trump impeachment hearings, but some politicians are also leaving the GOP behind
Republican Matt Bevin lost to his Democratic rival in Kentucky's gubernatorial election but other races on that day were dominated by the GOP.
Tuesday's gubernatorial election in Kentucky was a huge blow to Trump, as Republican incumbent Matt Bevin was defeated by Democrat Andy Beshear.
Economics professor Greg Mankiw, who was the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President George W. Bush, said he has enrolled as an Independent.
The growing number of retirements pose a challenge for Republicans, who are looking to flip the House and maintain control in the Senate.
Survey from American Jewish Committee released ahead of one-year anniversary of Tree of Life synagogue shooting.
The Nevada GOP yesterday urged Trump backers to donate $50 to the local party, telling them they would receive a "witch hunt" tote bag and T-shirt.
Gov. Hogan's call to "get the facts" echoed his father, former Maryland Congressman Larry Hogan Sr., who spent hours in hearings and at home poring over evidence as the Watergate scandal unfolded and eventually broke with his party, voting to impeach then-President Nixon.
Seventeen percent of Republican voters told Fox News's pollsters they would prefer that someone other than Trump be the party's nominee.