"Let 'em crucify him. But we're now the echo and we're going to put it on every page, every Twitter account, everything we got now," the preacher said.
"The reality is, this is a crisis and the federal government must do more to address this surge of migrants," the Arizona Democrat said.
The South Carolina senator has said he feels the Republican Party "can't grow" without the former president.
A judge found that a senior aide to Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) and his attorney Steven Biss "engaged in bad faith conduct" as part of an amended lawsuit against CNN on Tuesday.
Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw made the comments after GOP lawmakers in Idaho banned the theory in schools and colleges.
The Republican lawmaker also said the suspension of her press aide's account was an act of "unconstitutional overreach."
Donald Trump Jr. said there is a lack of people "willing to actually engage, to take on the fight, to be called names."
Rep. Liz Cheney urged Republicans to "steer away from the dangerous and anti-democratic Trump cult of personality" on Wednesday amid mounting efforts to remove her from Republican House leadership.
"If the Democrats didn't have double standards, they'd have no standards at all," Rep. Pat Fallon (R-Texas) said after introducing a House resolution to condemn the Texas state Democratic Party over Lamar County party chair Gary O'Connor calling Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) an "oreo."
The only other woman in elected GOP leadership defended Cheney in a recent interview.
'The View' co-host threw her support behind Cheney as the GOP considers ousting the Wyoming congresswoman from leadership role.
"Elise Stefanik is a far superior choice, and she has my COMPLETE and TOTAL Endorsement for GOP Conference Chair. Elise is a tough and smart communicator!" Trump said.
Those who decry critical race theory's impact in the classroom would do well to ask why they are so threatened by people of color being allowed to have their say, a welcome change after a long history of inequality. They might not like what they find.
"Yes, the attacks on @RepLizCheney have sexism behind them, but trying to replace her with a Trump approved woman is every bit as sexist, stupid, and offensive," Comstock tweeted on Tuesday.
Trump attacked the congresswoman for a second time in three days as House GOP leaders consider replacing Cheney as the chamber's No. 3 Republican.
"You wouldn't have a vaccine" if it weren't for me, Trump said. "It wouldn't have been here for three to five years, it probably wouldn't have happened at all."
A new poll shows that a 69 percent majority of all likely voters support the For the People Act, including a 52 percent majority of Republican voters.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) was called a "disgrace" and urged to resign after announcing on Twitter that she would soon reveal the winner of her contest for a "Honey Badger" pistol from gun manufacturer Q.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate said she wants to take the "elitists" out of California's government.
The Democratic Party hasn't so much been conquered by woke ideology as it has been assimilated into it.
McConnell's $600 billion is far less than what Biden is seeking for infrastructure, but his remarks were the strongest signal yet that a smaller bipartisan deal could be reached.
"The swamp won, Donald...Maybe the power Mitch McConnell has over the GOP is just too much for you," says the video released Monday.
Cheney tweeted, "Anyone who claims it was is spreading THE BIG LIE, turning their back on the rule of law, and poisoning our democratic system."
"I also want to acknowledge all the young trans athletes who are out there—given the chance to play sports as who they really are," Jenner said in 2015.
"What's wrong with raising the top tax rate to where it was during the Bush and Obama administrations in order to help the working and middle class?" Chris Wallace asked the Republican lawmaker.
The former secretary of state simply said she believes Biden "made the decision that he thought was the right decision."
"Nothing says 'betraying' your country like...paid family leave, pre-k & school meals," the Minnesota congresswoman tweeted sarcastically.
The former New Jersey governor sought the GOP nomination in 2016, though dropped out and went on to support former President Trump's bid.
In early March, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave U.S. infrastructure a C-minus grade as they called for trillions of dollars in infrastructure investment.