"I kinda like it," the outspoken Florida lawmaker wrote on Twitter in response to the trending hashtag "MattGaetzIsATool." He included a GIF of a shirtless man swinging a sledgehammer with the caption "I came in like a wrecking ball."
Alabama GOP Rep. Mo Brooks said the U.S. "better dadgum well" ask for quid pro quo when giving aid to foreign countries.
The moral foundations theory argues that political attitudes (that is, whether you are conservative or liberal or somewhere in between) are the result of our moral belief system. But it might be wrong.
Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen said he would not seek re-election in 2020 in the wake of a damning audio recording being released by a lobbying group.
Rep. Ilhan Omar responded after a North Dakota Republican shared a debunked picture which he falsely claimed showed her checking a gun at an Al-Qaeda terrorist training camp.
"What is he afraid of? He was just re-elected—elected to the Senate," Toobin said.
"He's a good guy," Anthony Scaramucci argued, but said Mulvaney is "working for a terrible person."
"I think it's terrible. I don't agree with any of it," Francis Rooney said. "But they're derogating the work of our paid foreign service."
Republican Congressman Will Hurd warned that 30,000 ISIS fighters are "going to come back" to Syria, and he accused the Trump administration of agreeing to "terms of surrender" rather than a peace deal with Turkey.
"If we abandon the Kurds, ISIS will come back and if there's an attack here or against our allies, President Trump owns it," the Republican senator said.
A pair of New Yorkers ridiculed Kentucky GOP Senator Rand Paul in a California restaurant Friday, with a woman declaring she won't deal with his "Republican bulls**t."
"This is a complete and utter national security disaster in the making and I hope President Trump will adjust his thinking," the Republican senator tweeted.
Donald Trump and his supporters have repeatedly argued that the impeachment inquiry is overtly "partisan" and a "witch hunt."
"We should in a bipartisan way seek to ... change Turkey's behavior," Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell said.
The Texas Speaker of the House Dennis Bonnen can be heard requesting dirt on members of his party and derisively suggesting Houston Democratic Rep. Jon Rosenthal's wife is "gonna be really pissed when she learns he's gay."
Trump gave Turkey the green light to invade northeastern Syria after a phone call with Turkish President Erdoğan last Sunday.
Florida Rep. and U.S. Army veteran Brian Mast replaced his earlier post with another birthday message after his mistake went viral.
Longtime White House correspondent Sam Donaldson said President Trump's supporters love him because they want a "white Christian country" back. But he said Senate Republicans will gladly convict him if public support for impeachment continues to rise.
"He doesn't try to do it covertly," Senator Kevin Cramer of North Dakota told CNN.
"I don't understand how a president that claims he's the toughest President ever would do such a weak move like this," Representative Adam Kinzinger said.
"No foreign government should ever be involved in a U.S. election in any way," Representative Adam Kinzinger told Fox News.
"We are voluntarily abdicating our role and it's the Russians, Iranians and others who are benefitting," Richard Haass warned.
President Donald Trump ranted against Republican Senator Mitt Romney Saturday in response to criticism over the Ukraine scandal.
"I'm not fond of anyone trying to suppress my speech," FEC Chair Ellen Weintraub wrote.
McCarthy, an Arizona businessman, hopes to win the Senate seat formerly occupied by Sen. John McCain in the first general election since the longtime senator's death in 2018.
"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.