"You gave the award after he spread the lies about the election," ABC News host George Stephanopoulos told the Florida Republican senator.
The largest fundraising committees for Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate are seeing record hauls for the first quarter of the year.
"The NCAA likes to threaten FL and other states. Well, here's a threat to the NCAA—the American people are not going to allow biological males to compete in women's sports. It's not going to happen," the Florida senator tweeted.
Rick Scott presented Trump with the National Republican Senatorial Committee's inaugural "Champion for Freedom" award on Saturday.
U.S. Senator Rick Scott, a Florida Republican who heads the GOP's Senate fundraising arm, wants former President Donald Trump's help in the 2022 election, but he's asking him to hold off a bit.
Mayor John Giles of Mesa praised the president's response to the border crisis and ongoing pandemic, while describing some fellow Republicans in Washington as "diehard partisan."
"By rejecting and returning any unneeded funds, as well as funds unrelated to COVID-19, you would be taking responsible action to avoid wasting scarce tax dollars," Scott wrote in a letter to governors and mayors after the House approved the $1.9 trillion stimulus bill.
"As we rebuild America and lift up those who have been left behind, the Rhode Islanders I have come to know will always be at the top of my mind," her resignation letter stated.
The Florida Republican doubled down in dismissing the GOP's divisions over former president Donald Trump.
Allegations of a stolen election have been frequently repeated at this week's Conservative Political Action Conference.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is the clear favorite to beat both of the state's U.S. senators in hypothetical 2024 GOP presidential primary, according to a new poll.
"The Democrats want to control your life; Republicans want to give you a life. That's the fundamental difference dividing the two parties right now," the Florida Republican senator wrote in an op-ed published on Fox News' website.
The Florida senator learned he had contracted the coronavirus while in quarantine after coming into close contact with someone who was COVID-positive
The tweet referenced Governor Ron DeSantis' proposed "anti-mob" legislation, which critics fear would give civilian gun owners increased rights to use violence.
Prominent Republicans with ties to Florida's immigration business community are furious with one of the Sunshine State's newest member of Congress—Senator Rick Scott—and the party's refusal to support legislation that would act as a stepping stone toward making inroads with Latino voters.
The U.K has announced it will ban the Chinese technology giant from the country's 5G network. Washington has said the company poses a security risk.
Senator Rick Scott said that all levels of government should "stop mandating things" and "start just giving people good information."
"There is no constitutional right to endanger other people, which is why we can regulate smoking," Mayor Dan Gelber said.
"Communist China, they are not going to share," said Republican senator Rick Scott after Beijing officials pledged to boost international cooperation in the search for a possible COVID-19 vaccine.
He followed President Trump's lead Sunday, declaring all Americans have the right to "worship at a church service."
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"We should never forget it is communist China, run by the General Secretary of the Communist Party Xi," Scott said.
The four GOP lawmakers chalked up the conflict to a "drafting error." That mistake, they contended, would inadvertently incentivize low-wage earners to seek unemployment rather than remain at their current job because they could potentially receive more money through unemployment benefits.
"Every part of government has to start telling people: 'Take some personal responsibility here. Don't infect other people,'" Rick Scott warned.
Two U.S. senators proposed separate legislation that would change rules governing the impeachment of government officials, after impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump ended in acquittal by the Senate.
A spokesperson for the Florida senator said he had "no recollection" of meeting the indicted businessman.
"I think we ought to go through the right process," the lawmaker from Florida said.
"They've got to start being a partner. They're not a partner. So I think anything we raise in tariffs, we ought to give back to the rank and public in tax reductions so it doesn't impact American families. We've got to help American farmers open up more markets around the world," Scott said.
"I, uh, I, look I — I didn't do the tweets, Chuck. I can't talk about why he did what he did," Rick Scott told Meet the Press Sunday.