In an upcoming CNN interview, Cindy McCain, former Senator John McCain's widow, told host David Axelrod that her husband would be upset to see what current Republicans are doing if he were alive.
Senator Lindsey Graham told Politico that every day of the Trump administration has been like Christmas. "You don't know what's under the tree. It can be that shotgun you've been hoping to get, or it can be a sweater you don't want," he said.
Democratic Senator Chris Coons denounced World Series attendees who chanted "lock him up" at President Donald Trump Sunday night, saying he hopes Democrats won't do this at future conventions or 2020 rallies.
"I am not completely convinced that it was a bad idea to get them out of harm's way," John Cornyn said of U.S. troops in Syria.
King acknowledged that the time lapses may be explained by the presence of a translator, but still said the memo necessitates a wider investigation.
Konstantin Kosachev also said that the investigation "does not add trust in the sincerity of these impeachment initiators."
Trump has been lobbying for Russia to be allowed back into the G7 fold, despite opposition from fellow leaders.
"Welcome to modern-day McCarthyism," McConnell said in a fiery speech on the Senator floor. "McCarthy-like tactics out in the open for everyone to see."
Texas Senator Ted Cruz was berated at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday as a group of people recognized him before banding together and chanting their disapproval of the Republican lawmaker.
"I do not regret my vote in the least," Maine GOP Senator Susan Collins said of her "yes" vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh last year.
White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said it was not "unreasonable" for someone in the Trump administration to have the U.S.S. John McCain moved in Japan last week.
"On behalf of the entire McCain family," she wrote, "Please be respectful to all of us."
"The House leadership needs to urinate or get off the pot," Kennedy said of Democrats considering impeaching President Donald Trump.
Rick Scott's lack of "critical thinking + honesty is embarrassing to the institution," the Democratic congresswoman said. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has "embarrassed [Democrats] to the point of irrelevance already," the GOP senator fired back.
The confrontation with Republican Senator Chuck Grassley went viral this week after an Iowa woman demanded he defend his past votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Utah's Senator Mike Lee displayed images from "Star Wars" and "Aquaman," as well as Ronald Reagan riding a dinosaur and firing a machine gun, while deriding the Green New Deal.
"I was not drunk, I was not loud, I was not using profane language, I was not creating a scene – nothing. They said it was just because of the hat."
Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut condemned Alex Jones and Silicon Valley companies for promulgating false conspiracy theories related to school shootings, after one victim's father and two survivors died in apparent suicides.
"I'm the only person here of color, OK?" Senator Flowers said. "I am a mother too. And I have a son. And I care as much for my son as y'all care for yours. But my son doesn't walk the same path as yours does. So this debate deserves more time."
Senator John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, tweeted poll results that showed President Donald Trump with a 43 percent approval rating.
The Alabama senator sees unsettling echoes of America's racist past in the Trump era. His new book is a wake-up call with a powerful message: Never forget.
"Speaking for myself and my immediate Jamaican family, we wish to categorically dissociate ourselves from this travesty," Donald Harris said.
There are reports, citing official court documents, suggesting Hasson was embarking on a plot to attack the homeland.
The senator reportedly marked the door following a late-night fight with a senior aide.
The yearbook was published in 1968 and lists State Senator Tommy Norment as its managing editor, according to The Virginian-Pilot.
On Wednesday, Warren apologized for on Capitol Hill for claiming to be "American Indian" on her Texas State Bar registration card from 1986.
The Supreme Court's decision "enables the administration to further disrupt our military and weaken our national security," the Democratic senator said.
"She doesn't need a job, she's doing this to love thy neighbor, through art."
While the gender wage gap is minimal among new staffers of both parties, reflecting equitable starting salaries, the gap widens over time.
"When people with opinions similar to King's open their mouths, they damage not only the Republican Party and the conservative brand but also our nation as a whole," Senator Tim Scott wrote in an op-ed.