McDaniel responded by saying that Democrats "should be fixing the immigration problem."
Representative Matt Shea's manifesto also called for stopping all abortions and outlawing same-sex marriage.
This is a movement that can rally the justice-minded, multi-racial, multi-gender, multi-faith, pro-refugee, pro-immigrant majority in this country. Instead of operating from a place of hatred and scarcity, ours offers love and abundance.
"I was really impressed with Congressman Keith Rothfus (far more so than any other local political figure)," the president tweeted.
"Nobody in my administration got indicted. So, how is it that they've cleaned things up?" Obama added.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested former Republican congressional candidate Jeremy Ryan, 30, Wednesday after allegedly attempting to buy a lethal does of a radioactive substance with intent to kill.
The brewery will instead hold a bipartisan watch party on Election night.
"I don't know that it makes any sense to respond," Beto O'Rourke said.
"I don't want to be callous here, but how traumatizing was it?" Jason Lewis said on his talk radio show.
"Here's your chance to vote for people who actually know what the internet is," Obama said. "You wouldn't let your grandparents pick your playlist. Why would you let them pick your representative who's going to determine your future?"
Minnesota House Republican candidate Shane Mekeland claims he is recovering from a concussion after being allegedly assaulted Friday by a "bigger guy" who confronted him about not representing the middle class.
John James, who is black, pushed back on the idea that he supported racism or bigotry.
"I've never registered for any political party," the defense secretary said after Trump called him "sort of a Democrat" on "60 Minutes."
"They'll censor my post of my most favorite person in the world ... Inexplicable," Palin wrote. "Unbelievable … And scary."
The senator also said his family member's addresses were made publicly available.
Republican Senator Ben Sasse revealed that back in June or early July, he "urged the president" to nominate someone other than Brett Kavanaugh—a woman.
"What happens when the average Joe out there realizes that we got, like, the entire Republican tax cut," a business man says, as an average Joe functions as his boss's table.
"I'm doing everything I can to defend him and defend future men like Kavanaugh who may face similar smears," Seth Grossman said.
A Wisconsin high school marketing teacher violated district "bias" rules after showing students a comedy-infused pro-labor union video entitled, "Why the Rich Love Destroying Unions."
"Rule number one of an incumbent," Campa-Najjar said of Duncan Hunter. "You never say the name of your opponent. Unless you feel threatened by them."
GOP Senate Judiciary members have refrained from requesting the FBI investigate the numerous allegations stemming back to Kavanaugh's time in high school and college, while critics and Democrats have called for an independent investigation.
A Republican candidate for treasurer issued a "realistic" statement Tuesday urging supporters not to volunteer or donate to his "inevitable" loss.
Republican representative and current Senate candidate Kevin Cramer asked whether the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should disqualify him, even if they're true.
Last month, DeSantis warned voters not to "monkey this up" by electing Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum.