"If the president shirks his responsibility with one eye on his personal gain, Congress needs to use its full powers... to protect the country," Republicans for the Rule of Law said.
Eleven states in total have passed laws restricting a woman's access to abortion, with some states approving near-total bans of the procedure altogether.
Chris Truax, a Republicans for the Rule of Law legal adviser and spokesperson, said the ad, which encourages GOP members to take Trump's obstruction allegations "seriously," serves as "a reminder of what patriotism and political bravery can look like."
Texas GOP congressman Dan Crenshaw mocked "coddled" college students and applauded Governor Greg Abbott for signing a so-called "free speech" law.
Texas imported $107 billion in goods from Mexico last year, accounting for nearly a third of the $346.5 billion imported by the entire U.S.
The Pew Research Center found that a majority of Americans see fake news as a bigger problem than violent crime, climate change, racism, illegal immigration and terrorism.
With top officials from the U.S. and Mexico meeting in an attempt to avoid the tariffs, some Senate Republicans believe a deal will be reached and economic heartache avoided.
Not everyone will be waving "Dump Trump" placards when the president comes to stay.
The trade deal requires approval of Congress, meaning Trump still needs to win over House Speaker Nancy Pelosi before the measure can pass—something tariffs with Mexico won’t help. Now, even Republicans are expressing doubts.
Representative John Rose's objection followed two previous efforts by Republicans to delay the vote until after Congress returns from Memorial Day recess.
“Right now, Republicans are trying to throw everything in the kitchen sink and see what messaging sticks,” Evan Siegfried, a political strategist, told Newsweek.
Last month, Senate Democrats issued a press release accusing McConnell of turning the Senate into a “legislative graveyard.” Democrats have passed more than 100 pieces of legislation ranging from gun control to health care reform since gaining the House in January.
"Many privately expressed concerns about what was in the Mueller report, in part because of the gap between what Attorney General [Bill] Barr characterized as being in the report," Senator Chris Coons said.
The College Republicans chapter applauded Alabama legislators for passing the recent abortion law.
There are some things Republicans and Democrats can agree on, though.
“I love the position we’re in,” Trump told reporters. “It’s working out really well.”
“The thing that will fundamentally change things is with Donald Trump out of the White House. Not a joke. You will see an epiphany occur among many of my Republican friends.”
While 86 percent of Democrats and 73 percent of independents said they’d support a candidate who adheres to Islam, less than 40 percent of Republicans would, according to a new poll.
"All of you who are trying to silence me will fail miserably," the Michigan congresswoman tweeted.
“This isn’t foreign policy—I’m asking them to do an investigation that they’re doing already and that other people are telling them to stop.”
Alabama Senate Republicans, a caucus composed entirely of men, tried to pass a vote that would punish almost all abortions with 99-year prison terms without allowing a traditional roll call requested by Democrats.
House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) warned that federal officials who continue blocking interview requests could have their salaries withheld.
“The Democrat Party is definitely going down the path toward socialism,” Ronna McDaniel warned.
Discussing his chances against Trump, Buttigieg said no one will “play his game better than he does, and so we’ve got to do something completely different.”
The Trump administration tried to remove the phrase “climate change” from an international statement on Arctic policy while Senate Republicans refused to take up a bill on the Paris climate agreement.
"Is he living under a rock?!” New York Representative Nita Lowey asked in response.
Prior to 2015, Trump properties never earned more than $80,000 from political spending.
“I am also appalled that, among other things, fellow citizens working in a campaign for president welcomed help from Russia,” Romney stated.
The revelation that Trump tried to fire the special counsel shows why Democrats pushed for legislation to prevent such an action. Now, the Republicans who resisted are silent.