"As you know, the Constitution does provide for federal oversight of state elections," the Fox News Sunday anchor told the GOP senator.
"How do you go forward right now in this moment in history and not address the terrible climate crisis that we face and transform our energy system?" the Vermont progressive asked Sunday.
"Murkowski has got to go! Kelly Tshibaka is the candidate who can beat Murkowski—and she will," Trump said in a statement Friday.
"It's clear Mr. Beaudreau understands America's need for an all-of-the-above energy strategy," said Republican Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso.
On a private call on Monday, Manchin suggested he would be willing to change the Senate rules so Senate Democrats could pass legislation with fewer than the 60 votes currently required by the filibuster.
The holiday commemorates when the last slaves were freed in 1865, following the end of the Civil War.
"Whether we have a commission today, tomorrow or the next day over in the Senate, or not, the work of the committees will be very important in what we're seeking for the American people—the truth," Nancy Pelosi said.
Seven Republican senators reintroduced the Save American History Act on Monday, which Tuberville says will allow schools to "encourage the open debate of ideas and teach important morals to our students."
Democrats have called for Barr and his predecessor as attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to testify under oath.
"Well, we'd have to wait and see what happens," McConnell said when asked if a GOP-controlled Senate would advance a Biden Supreme Court pick in 2023.
The New York progressive suggested efforts at bipartisan compromise allow policy to be "defined by a Republican minority that has not been elected to lead."
"Unfortunately Mitch McConnell, with what he was doing, hurt us very, very badly in Georgia," the former president said.
The banner sponsored by liberal groups MoveOn and Vets for the People included the hashtag "#TRAITORFLYNN."
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice backed the Democratic senator for blocking moves to scrap the Senate rule.
The Florida senator opened his video by saying, "I've always known that my opponent for the Senate was going to be a far-left, liberal Democrat."
"It is a matter for the U.S. itself as to how to develop and enhance its competitiveness. But we firmly oppose the U.S. making an issue of China and treating China as an imaginary enemy," a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
If Democrats fail to support and invest in Black candidates, grassroots leaders and voters the party will fall drastically short in the upcoming midterms and risk losing the advancements made since the onset of the Biden administration.
"One thing this legislation did demonstrate extremely well... was that the rules of the Senate don't stand in the way of bipartisan legislating," McConnell said Tuesday.
Democratic Senator Joe Manchin had earlier reaffirmed his position on the filibuster, saying he would not change Senate rules.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) said that Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) had found an area of "common ground" with Republicans by supporting "voter suppression" on Monday.
Steve Bannon called on Senator Rick Scott to lead a Republican effort to bring Democrat Joe Manchin into the GOP.
"If it comes down to voting rights and the rights of Americans to go to the polls and select their leaders versus the filibuster, I'll choose democracy," said the independent senator from Maine.
"Haven't you empowered Republicans to be obstructionists?" the Fox News host asked Manchin.
"Voting and election reform that is done in a partisan manner will all but ensure partisan divisions continue to deepen," the West Virginia Democrat wrote.
"To keep the Jim Crow filibuster while losing some of these basic voting rights that are central to our democracy is preposterous," former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods said on Friday.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) on Thursday argued that Democrats would only "need three more" Republicans to join them in order to pass legislation that would form a bipartisan commission to investigate the violent storming of the Capitol on January 6.
Democrats effectively only have one more chance to bypass Republicans in the Senate, increasing the need for GOP support for recurring payments.
"Two members of the Senate...vote more with my Republican friends," the president said Tuesday.
"We will no longer include marijuana in our comprehensive drug screening program for any positions not regulated by the Department of Transportation," Clark said in a blog post on Amazon's website.
"I kind of look at this and just say to myself, 'where do you go from here, what do you say next to the American people?'" Michael Steele said.