"Pennsylvania needs a conservative who will put America first, one who can reignite our divine spark, bravely fight for freedom...," Dr. Oz said.
"He tried to choke me out on a couch and I literally had to bite him [to get free]," she said in court. "He was strangling me."
The former president referred to Senate Minority Leader as an "old crow" for supporting a bipartisan plan, which has finally received approval.
Senator Susan Collins cited a "widespread lack of responsiveness and accessibility" with federal workers operating remotely.
We cannot enact policies that risk our civilization for the hollow approval of coastal elites.
"If we relitigate 2020 over and over again, it won't change the result in 2020, but we are sure to lose in 2024," said the Louisiana Republican.
Those who didn't support the bill represent 21 states, with several citing a report from the CBO that estimated the plan could add $256 billion to the federal deficit.
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said she won't bring the bill to a vote until the Senate releases details for a $3.5 trillion "human infrastructure" budget plan.
"To protect our democracy and the sanctity of the vote, we must pass the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. It is a national imperative," the president tweeted on July 13.
"Senator Collins put an amendment in there to make it very bipartisan," Garza said, referring to Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, one of six Senate Republicans who voted for the bill. Her amendment would have allowed both parties to choose the commission staff members.
"Choosing to put politics and political elections above the health of our democracy is unconscionable," the Democratic senator said. "And the betrayal of the oath we each take is something they will have to live with."
"We implore our Senate Republican colleagues to work with us to find a path forward on a commission to examine the events of January 6th," the lawmakers said in a joint statement.
"The swamp won, Donald...Maybe the power Mitch McConnell has over the GOP is just too much for you," says the video released Monday.
A group of Republican lawmakers are visiting the border, with members of the GOP having branded the situation there a crisis.
Senator Ron Johnson recently sparked outrage for saying that he would have been concerned by the Capitol riot if it had been carried out by Black Lives Matter activists or members of Antifa.
"Blunt consistently backed a president who represented the most dire threat to constitutional democracy," wrote Kevin McDermott of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial Board.
The former president's second Senate impeachment trial is underway, focused on his actions surrounding the events of January 6.
The president has spoken of his desire for bipartisanship, though some Democrats have suggested taking routes to move forward without Republican support.
"There's some things in there that aren't going to happen," said Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri.
"If we pass [the stimulus package] with 51 votes, we'll pass it with 51 votes," Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said in support of the 'budget reconciliation' process in the Senate.
Democrats may need the support of Senate Republicans to pass the sweeping proposal.
On Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that unless all 100 Senators agree to hear an impeachment trial, the upper chamber will not even meet to discuss removing the president until Joe Biden is in office.
Cotton warned that Dems may deny future GOP president-elects who don't win the popular vote from taking office if Senate Republicans undermine the process during Wednesday's joint session vote.
"Maybe they're trying to divert your attention again, but divert it from what? Well, here's one guess: Tomorrow, as we told you, there are two U.S. Senate elections in Georgia," Carlson said.
"Well let's be hopeful that it can happen this week because the sooner it happens, the sooner the checks go out," Pelosi said Wednesday. "So we're not giving up on it."
"Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans are turning their backs. Enough! Let the Senate vote on $2,000 checks!" Sanders tweeted on Tuesday.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has consistently opposed direct checks to individuals, saying it creates a disincentive for people to get back to work.
Tuberville previously said that he would challenge the results of the 2020 election when Congress meets to confirm the vote on January 6.