Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana accused his Democratic colleagues of "doing everything they can to create a controversy" over the Mueller report.
The president began threatening to close the southern border and pushing for Republicans to try to repeal and replace Obamacare, before backtracking.
Despite touting the GOP as "the party of health care," the White House press secretary is the latest Trump administration official unable to outline an alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
"Before our fence went up, we were a safe city. After a fence went up, which was a replacement of a chain-link fence that had holes in it, we were still safe."
"What we understand is that it is just not acceptable that 30 million Americans have no health insurance and even more are underinsured with high deductibles and high co-payments," the Independent senator and 2020 president hopeful said.
Iowa Senate Republicans passed a bill that could mean a life sentence for those who cause the death of a fetus.
President Donald Trump reportedly described the special counsel's probe as "two years of bulls***."
Since President Donald Trump took office in early 2017, Democratic support for Israelis has dropped from 42 percent to 27 percent, while sympathy for Palestinians has increased.
Donald Trump has frequently attempted to deride Robert Mueller using false information.
State Representative James Grant said when someone calls his bill a "poll tax," they "may as well spit in the face of people who lived through an actual racist, discriminatory poll tax."
The freshman congresswoman responded to Trump's retweet of an article claiming that some Democrats were taking steps to remove her from Congress.
The official GOP Twitter account on Sunday tweeted a 1998 mugshot of O'Rourke with a leprechaun hat photoshopped over his head and the words "please drink responsibly" on a placard underneath.
"But at the end of the day, these types of incidents are the result or the fault of the person behind the gun," Alice Stewart said.
"BIG NEWS for U.S. Auto Workers! The USMCA is already fixing the broken NAFTA deal," Trump wrote on Twitter.
"For Trump and his team, human rights is just another cudgel they wield opportunistically in service of a vision for the Middle East," Jamal Abdi, president of the National Iranian American Council, told Newsweek.
A woman was removed from a Connecticut gun hearing Monday after another attendee noticed her sending text messages threatening to shoot NRA members and a state lawmaker.
"Obama, he vetoed the bill that we needed to pass, and we came back and overrode his veto," Terry Strada said.
"It doesn't make a s**t of difference who is in office," Sheriff Arvin West of Texas's Hudspeth County said. "They're not going to listen to us. They don't care to listen to us."
"What we should be doing is focusing on technology, manpower and physical barriers where it makes sense," said Republican Congressman Will Hurd from Texas.
Around 75 percent of Republican voters said white Americans are subjected to discrimination, while only 38 percent of Democrats and 55 percent of independents agreed.
"Saudi Arabia has engaged in acts that are simply not acceptable," Republican Senator Jim Risch said.
The overall trade deficit has risen to a record $891.2 billion, the highest in the country's 243-year history.
Senator John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, tweeted poll results that showed President Donald Trump with a 43 percent approval rating.
The Clay County Republicans listed the similarities they saw between the Jewish Democratic Socialist and the infamous anti-Semitic National Socialist.
"The last time that arms were tried to be confiscated from the American public led to a revolution, and it will happen again if they try and steal your arms."
"Our oath is to put the country and its Constitution above everything, including party politics or loyalty to a president," the former lawmakers wrote.
"I don't think that the emergency declaration law was written to deal with things the president asked the Congress to do and then the Congress didn't do," said Republican Senator Roy Blunt.