The GOP governor said Sunday decisions about abortion should "be made by the legislators that are closest to the people" as the "Constitution intended."
As Trump continues to accuse Hutchinson of lying, the GOP lawmaker commended her "commitment to truth" on Sunday.
George Conway said Sunday that the House select committee investigating last year's U.S. Capitol riot doesn't need any new bombshells to prove their case.
The Republican governor said that the "Don't Say Gay" law is "not something that would have happened" in Maryland.
An IBD/TIPP poll in March found that just 27 percent of independents approve of Biden's job as president—the same figure as in February.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi echoed Senator Lindsey Graham's apparent reaction to heckling at the State of the Union address — "just shut up."
Boebert was criticized by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle for her outburst during the State of the Union.
In a totally unexpected turn of events, a message delivered during this year's State of the Union rituals revealed a clear path to future political victories—for Republicans.
"President Biden last night gave voting rights and the future of our democracy about 85 words, and maybe 30 seconds. That's not enough," one activist said.
"I got three kids 5 and under, so a lot of times when it gets past nine, we're a little tired," said the Republican Florida governor at a press conference.
President Biden said during the State of the Union that "If we are to advance liberty and justice, we need to secure the border and fix the immigration system."
The president was met with bipartisan applause after stating defunding the police isn't the "answer."
The Georgia congresswoman referenced a "dementia-ridden piece of crap" remark from a mother of a U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan to attack the president.
The Democratic senator for West Virginia was pictured alongside GOP lawmakers Mitt Romney, Roger Wicker and John Barrasso.
The Colorado congresswoman blamed the president for the deaths of 13 U.S. service members in Afghanistan during his speech on Tuesday night.
The president's comments on Ukraine earned him a standing ovation, but the rest of his State of the Union address felt "scattered."
President Biden pledged to "find out everything we can" about the link between exposure to toxic fumes from burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan and the long-term health of veterans.
Nancy Pelosi rubbed her knuckles together and smiled as Biden spoke about the dangers facing soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Vice President Kamala Harris appears to mouth "Ukrainian" behind him in another viral clip.
Biden said he would continue punishing Russia for invading Ukraine and laid out a plan to tackle inflation and boost the economy.
Tlaib urged Biden to "use his executive power to take action right now to deliver for the people."
President Joe Biden received bipartisan applause for his opposition to defunding the police.
"It is important for us to show the nation that we can come together and do big things," Biden said of his plan.
Americans haven't bought into Biden's plans to improve the economy, posing problems for Democrats ahead of the midterms.
"Putin may circle Kyiv with tanks, but he'll never gain the hearts and souls of the Iranian people," Biden said during his State of the Union address.
As Biden began discussing the flag-draped coffins of fallen soldiers, a voice seemingly mentioned the 13 soldiers who died while withdrawing from Afghanistan.
The Kentucky Republican lawmaker said the Russian president is responsible for the deaths of "thousands of innocent people."
While organizers initially said that they expected around 3,000 people at the event, that estimate dropped to 500 as the date of the protest grew closer.
The president faces historic lows in polling as he prepares speech to a divided Congress.
Biden will use the speech to tout his administration's accomplishments and highlight his plans for the next two years of his administration.