The Democratic presidential candidate argued that Republicans and Democrats "should facilitate the process of Democracy [but] not in any way dictate the process."
"This is clearly documented abuse. It's clearly documented mistreatment and it's clearly documented inhumanity to fellow human beings that's going on in these centers," Michael Steele said.
"I don't think the American people like this constant negativity," Ronna McDaniel said in defense of the president.
"The Democrat Party is definitely going down the path toward socialism," Ronna McDaniel warned.
"What's happened, manifested at CPAC, is a new form of idolatry," former RNC Chair Michael Steele said.
The Republican National Committee mocked Michael Cohen's credibility in a new video shared on Twitter, a day before his appearance before the House Oversight and Reform Committee.
The resolution expressed "undivided support for President Donald J. Trump and his effective Presidency."
"They've fallen into this bucket where they feel they can peddle, or at least stay silent on, inherent racism, misogynistic language, and bad behavior."
McDaniel responded by saying that Democrats "should be fixing the immigration problem."
They warned those in attendance that bad candidates and a lack of energy compared to Democratic voters could result in a large number of losses for Republicans come the November midterm elections.
Thiel's donation may be a sign of the PayPal co-founder's continued support for Republican causes after months of being quiet amid the midterm campaigns.
"The left always conceals from us their true intentions and make no mistake Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Shumer, the left want to see illegal immigrants enfranchised across the country," McEnany argued on the show.
Middle East lobbyist George Nader is now assisting the Mueller inquiry.
The conservative commentator claims there was a hidden subtext in the Aunt Lydia joke.
The national committee also plans to host its spring meeting at the president's Doral property in Miami.
Republican awards honoring conservative African Americans were absent the party's first black chairman.
The survey on Trump's website has drawn criticism for how it asks citizens to grade the president's first year in office.
A White House spokesperson pointed out that Trump was not a federal employee at the time.
Michael Steele says the president is preoccupied with the 'narrative he has developed in his own head.'