The Republican Party, both at the national and state levels, is trying to capitalize on the president's desire for the United States to purchase the island nation owned by Denmark.
Newly Independent Michigan congressman Justin Amash said partisan dysfunction and corruption is "much worse" than Netflix's "House of Cards."
"President Trump has followed through on many of his commitments to the United States, including taking bold actions that benefit the LGBTQ community," the Log Cabin Republicans wrote in an op-ed.
"It's not the same party I identified with in my youth, which was pro-immigration...That party doesn't exist anymore," said Republican immigration lawyer Dario Aguirre.
The Republican Party of Florida are planning to hold two voter registration drives at a gun show in the battleground state this weekend.
"We've lost the traditional values that Republicans have had: free trade, legal immigration and of course fiscal sanity," Nebraska lawmaker John McCollister said.
Former Florida Congressman David Jolly called on Democrats to clear out Republicans from the House and Senate to tackle gun control.
A pair of booth games set up by a local Republican Party featured the faces of several Democratic Party congresswomen and drew accusations of "violence against women" and "childish" behavior.
"I was just so proud that I was able to do that," Rep. Denver Riggleman said officiating the wedding of two former campaign volunteers.
"Without an Electoral College, the Republican Party would be forced to grow or die," Stuart Stevens wrote in an op-ed for USA Today.
"No matter your circumstance, I'm asking you to join me in rejecting the partisan loyalties and rhetoric that divide and dehumanize us," Amash wrote in an op-ed explaining his decision to leave the GOP.
"They don't even know what is about to hit them," California Governor Gavin Newsom told Axios on Monday.
The creator of the statue claimed that the clay she used never dried out, symbolizing the president's unfinished work.
"What Mr. Trump is doing that is damaging to the country is public and constant. It is a bell he's ringing that can't be unrung."
The president is escalating his trade war with China and says he will raise tariffs, but farmers under pressure are voicing concerns, according to Republican senators.
Senator Warren changed parties after watching big banks' treatment of bankrupt families.
"They will vote to surrender military spending projects in their own home states and districts to avoid displeasing him," Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank wrote.
"Rest in peace," Rick Tyler said. "It's over. The problem is that the Republican Party has no grounding governing philosophy anymore."
A poll of American voters 40 percent of Republican voters believe President Donald Trump should resist attempts to subpoena his administration after special counsel Robert Mueller delivers his report.
Wisconsin Republicans say they're blocking a Black History Month resolution for including Colin Kaepernick "for obvious reasons."
Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez clashed and Elise Stefanik clashed on Twitter after the Democrat criticized the GOP over its representation of women.
While the gender wage gap is minimal among new staffers of both parties, reflecting equitable starting salaries, the gap widens over time.
Republicans need to be Amazon, not Sears, Kasich said.
"Hell on Earth, brought to you by the Liberals in California!" read the image posted by Columbiana County GOP Chairman Dave Johnson.
It's been a rocky week for the president.