Ronna McDaniel said Romney's criticism was "disappointing and unproductive."
Outgoing South Carolina Republican congressman Mark Sanford cautioned Americans against accepting easy promises from a "Hitler-like character," comparing the Nazi Germany leader's post-World War I rise to today's political climate.
On Sunday, Trump's lashed out at the Tennessee Republican for badmouthing him on CNN.
Since Ryan became speaker in 2015, the national deficit has continued to grow.
"With all due respect, ISIS is not defeated in Syria, Iraq, and after just returning from visiting there—certainly not Afghanistan," the GOP senator from South Carolina said.
U.S. Representative-elect Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) said the First Amendment "is the backbone of American exceptionalism."
Hatch rolled back some of his earlier defenses of Trump's innocence.
Florida Representative Matt Gaetz told The Hill he was "far more troubled by the fact that [Flynn] seems to be in legal jeopardy so that there can be leverage built against the president."
"Once again the GOP is using parliamentary tricks to block our effort to end the devastating war in Yemen. Every 10 minutes a Yemeni child is dying," Democratic Representative Ro Khanna tweeted following the vote.
"It just like a lot of other things we've done in Washington," the Republican senator from Kentucky argued. "We've overcriminalized campaign finance."
"When you're the president of the United States and you've just been implicated in criminal activity, things are not OK in your world," Republican pundit S.E. Cupp said.
"I think he substantially cooperated to say that there was no collusion," Republican Representative Mark Meadows said of Flynn.
"20 journalists have been killed in Mexico. You don't think it happens in Turkey and China?," Republican Rep. Chris Stewart said.
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus posted online that "this effort is disgraceful and un-American, and Republicans in Tarrant County should defeat it handily."
"Support for Trump in the 2016 election was higher in areas that had more searches for topics such as 'erectile dysfunction.'"
Republican Senator John Cornyn indicated GOP lawmakers could be open to voting on protecting special counsel Robert Mueller—for a price.
"Look, we need different leadership ― there isn't any question about it," Kasich told This Week host George Stephanopoulos. "I'm worried about our country," he said.
McAdams was declared the official winner after the results were certified on Tuesday, but Love had yet to issue a formal concession.
"Cognitive dissonance is Republican commentators stalking, doctoring and editing my casual livestreams out of context in order to sow doubt in my intelligence," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said.
John Kasich said he "held out the hope for a couple years" that Donald Trump would unify the country, but has now become "convinced he can't."
About seven in 10 American voters—and four in 10 Republicans—want Trump to face a primary challenge, a new poll has shown.
The testy, testosterone-laden Twitter rant culminated Monday with PR flack Leibowitz challenging GOP candidate Frank Riggs to either an "Indian leg wrestle" or a "steel cage match."
"Ironically, the best way to preserve your administration's accomplishments may be to let younger, fresher faces emerge who can unite our party and win in 2020."
Many of the House districts flipped by Democrats had high levels of college-educated voters.
Lucy McBath was a former flight attendant who became a political activist after her son was shot and killed at a Florida gas station in 2012 when he was 17.
"Mia Love gave me no love. And she lost. Too bad," Donald Trump said about the Utah congresswoman who lost her bid for re-election, at his first press conference since the midterms.